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What You'll Get
Though India and Indiana are roughly the same word, their cuisine offerings are worlds apart. Find out the difference two letters make with today's Groupon to Spice Khazana in Longwood. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get $25 worth of dinner fare.
- For $10, you get two lunch buffets (up to a $19.90 value).
Spice Khazana's proprietor Shanmugam Parry draws upon his years of experience as a professional chef in Bombay and the United States to craft a menu brimming with authentic and delicious reading material. The bill of fare overflows with savory plates sure to serve the needs of herbivores and omnivores alike, with meatless dishes such as a chickpea-based channa masala peppered with onions, ginger, garlic, and spices ($9.95) and meaty dishes such as the Goan-spiced spicy chicken vindaloo ($10.95) coexisting in hunger-abating harmony. In addition to saucy curries, oven-roasted meats, and delectable dals, Spice Khazana treats patrons to a bevy of tandoor-baked breads ($1.95–$4.95), such as fluffy naan, hearty paratha, and mouthwatering onion kulcha, each with its own characteristic texture, taste, and embarrassing childhood nickname.
Buyers of today's buffet option can pile their plates high with a pleasantly piquant spread of Indian midday meal staples. Hungry mouths readily pick deserving main eats such as chicken tandoori, mixed-veggie korma, or chicken curry out of the lunchtime lineup, finding them guilty of being delicious before sentencing them to prompt digestion.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 3, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Flavors of India
Warm orange walls decked with traditional Indian tapestries ensconce guests at Flavors of India. Within that setting, high-backed leather booths and white-linen clothed tables set the scene for authentic feasts of Indian fare. The restaurant's chefs prepare traditional dishes flavored with Indian herbs and spices, such as boti kebab and chicken vindaloo, for dinner. The daily lunch buffet, meanwhile, enables guests to enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast without the endless supply of disguises and six fake mustache varieties needed to make a full lunch out of the grocery store's samples.