Though India and Indiana are roughly the same word, their culinary offerings are worlds apart. Find out the difference two letters make with this Groupon.
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Spicy Touch Indian Grill
The scent of herbs and spices begins sneaking out of the doorway at Spicy Touch Indian Grill at 8 a.m. every day. Staff start serving their South Indian food at breakfast time, making dosas—a South Indian–style crepe—stuffed with onions, eggs, or masala. Once the lunch hour begins, they set out a sampling of quick-service Indian dishes such as biryanis, goat curry, and naan for clients to heap onto waiting platters. At dinner, however, chefs pull out all the stops. They cook up aromatic dishes, such as the baby eggplant in a coconut curry sauce, as well as choices of tikka, chettinad, or vindaloo sauce. Throughout the day, staff serve a variety of drinks, from masala tea to mango lassis and almond milk given away by altruistic baby almonds.