Indian food is typically served with naan, a flatbread that some people refer to as "pizza if it didn't have all those gross toppings." Try a slice with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Indian Food
The tandoor oven yields chicken with ginger, garlic, and yogurt ($9.50) as well as kakori kebabs, which skewer ground lamb spiced with cilantro, nutmeg, and poppy seeds ($14). Curry leaves and coconut sauce add tangy zest to the malabar curry shrimp ($16), and the paneer makhani's housemade cheese basks in a tomato butter sauce ($12). Click here to see the full menu.
Vir Singh knows that in the restaurant business, "authentic" is not a synonym for "old." Instead, the adjective constantly develops in correlation to different regions' peoples. To ensure that Royal India's menu evolves to suit the times, Vir travels to India often, surveying and sampling the culinary scene before carrying recipes back to Austin. His research has resulted in an eclectic collection of appetizers, curries, and tandoori dishes, as well as a resolve to keep inventing combinations of traditional and contemporary flavors.
Staples such as butter chicken and lamb vindaloo share table space with modern creations such as mint-and-mustard-glazed grilled salmon that knows how to use the Internet. At the lunch buffet, guests can arrange freshly baked naan alongside meats and vegetarian helpings, many of which feature housemade cheese, warming blends of ginger and cumin, or cooling accents of cilantro.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Very good food. Outstanding food in fact. The "feast for 2" feeds 3. Very good service too. Highly recommended.”
“Feast for two was delicious!”