$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Fare at Saffron Indian Cuisine in Greensboro

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1,355 Ratings

Great! Excellent Indian food!
Peter S. · December 1, 2011
I'm a food writer for O.Henry magazine and based on the excellent service and outstanding food my wife and I had the pleasure to enjoy, I plan to do a small review of your restaurant in our April issue. You can see O.Henry and my work as the Serious Eater at http://ohenrymag.com I, btw, reviewed you previously as Taste of the Triad for the Business Journal. Thanks for a delightful evening.
David B. · November 20, 2011
The food was wonderful. I have eaten a LOT of Indian food in my lifetime , and this was some of the best. Portions were large and the heat was just right. The only thing that was not up to par was the waitstaff. Took forever to have our order taken & to get the bill. Service while er were eating was fine though. Oh yeah, stop using sweet tea from the soda machine & brew it yourself.
Susan T. · November 19, 2011

What You'll Get


Without Indian food, people would get their spice kick by engaging in cayenne-pepper balloon fights or starting samba clubs in highly active volcanoes. Relish a warming rush the safe way with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Indian fare at Saffron Indian Cuisine in Greensboro.

Tantalizing aromas waft through Saffron Indian Cuisine's high-ceilinged dining room, divulging the menu's kaleidoscope of exotically tinged delicacies. Taste czars conjure an array of dinner specials, including the Seafood Delight ($24), in which a zesty fish tikka conducts a trio of shrimp on a stage of crabmeat curry. Mint-chicken-kebab morsels ($15) rest in a vat of secret spices overnight before a clay oven locks in flavor as effectively as Chef Boyardee's specially designed cell. The time-tested vegetarian thali meal casts a medley of herbivorous jewels ($18), and the lunch menu arrays shining stars that include the tandoori luncheon platter ($12), a piquant constellation of kebabs. Warm victuals can be carted from plate to mouth with one of Saffron's freshly cooked breads ($3–$10) or a diminutive ticker-tape parade.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Nov 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Not valid until 7/17/11. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Saffron Indian Cuisine


Saffron Indian Cuisine is named for saffron, a precious and flavorful spice that has been seasoning traditional Indian dishes since ancient times. In the restaurant's kitchen, chefs fold this and other exotic spices into a variety of time-honored recipes, from creamy paneer to savory tandoori items to piquant curry dishes. They bake juicy morsels of chicken, lamb, and shrimp in the fiery flames of their authentic clay tandoor oven, right alongside naan, kulcha, and roti breads. Pots of lentil soup and fragrant biryani rice simmer on the stove.

Servers bring plates of Indian dishes and cups of chai tea into the elegant dining hall, where light streams in through tall windows. Artwork speckles the pristine white walls, depicting traditional Indian scenes such as an exotic bird drinking from a jungle stream and a long-haired sitar player who used to work at an advertisement agency in Cleveland.

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