In late 2010, all flavor will be delivered in little pills based on the technology behind the samosa. Experience the current apex of concentrated deliciousness with today's Groupon, which gets you $25 worth of Indian fusion, samosas, and drinks for dine-in or carryout at Samosa Hut & Grill, a BYOB fusion eatery in Irving.
As the name suggests, Samosa Hut’s menu highlights its creative takes on the traditional, stuffed triangle of fried goodness. The Hut offers eight varieties of Asian- and Indian-inspired fillings at $0.99 each or a baker's dozen of any combination for $9.99. Classic choices include the traditional chicken, beef, or shrimp, seasoned with Indian spices, including cumin, onion, garlic, ginger, and cilantro. For those who prefer their nutrition through the old-fashioned way of photosynthesis, there’s the classic mixed-vegetable samosa, with delicately seasoned potatoes, peas, carrots, corn, and green beans, and the lentil samosa, packed with split-pea lentils flavored by cumin, coriander, coconut, and aromatic spices. Fusion creations new flavor territory for the traditional treat, such as the jerk chicken samosa, which imports Caribbean jerk spices for a delicious West Indian take on the East; the nacho beef samosa; and the Thai chicken, for some spicy green curry and coconut milk.
Samosa Hut also prepares a range of other Indian and fusion dishes, including various curries (vegetable $6.99, chicken or beef $7.99). Choose from classic Indian varieties such as the creamy tikka masala or extra-spicy vindaloo. You can also opt for the Chinese-Indian fusion pili pili curry or Thai coconut. Starters at Samosa Hut reflect the restaurant’s talent for fried treats. It offers a variety of fritters and pakoras ($3.99 each or $9.99 as a platter), as well as kabobs ($4.99) and cassava fries ($2.99). And since some food needs to come between slices of bread, Samosa Hut offers several sandwiches (all $5.99) inspired by the same Indian-fusion flavors in its samosas, including Tandoori, jerk, and Thai chicken. Similarly seasoned salads ($5.99) are also available.
- It was a delightful experience and the food was absolutely wonderful. On recommendation we tried the meet [sic] platter which had a variety of the various types of entrees that were each one a superb balance of flavor and spice. – 007feyd, Urbanspoon
- This place has a unique mix of grilled kebabs, samosas, and other dishes served primarily with Indian spices. Nearly everything we tried was very good. My favorites were Chicken Tikka and the Beef Ribs. – Jeff P., Yelp
1129 Coker Street
Irving, Texas 75064Get Directions