Indian and Nepalese chefs gather their flavors from the foothills of the Himalayas, since ingredients at the bottom are easier to access than the frozen dinners dotting the peaks. Taste the bounty of the mountains with today’s Groupon to Tandoori Garden. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Indian and Nepalese fare for dinner.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Indian and Nepalese fare for lunch.<p>
Tandoori Garden’s chefs superheat a menu of spiced meats within the confines of their signature clay oven, gilding tender treats in thick curry sauces and stewed vegetables. Sliced onions hide inside bhaji fritters ($2.99) to avoid prying eyes and legume-suitors within a fortress of Punjab-style pastry. A sprinkling of Indian spices dusts marinated pieces of chicken sizzling on the reshmi kebab ($11.99), and piping-hot tandoori prawns ($14.99) sibilate with the oven’s searing kiss still upon them. Vegetables kick out meat-based figureheads to command attention in the baingan bharta, mashed eggplant blended with onions and tomatoes ($8.99); or the jhaneko dal’s wok-fried yellow lentils ($8.99). Nepalese classics such as bone-in goat-meat curry ($10.99) or sautéed cauliflower bhuteko cauli ($8.99) showcase village spice combinations exported to the Americas in the minds of epicurean transplants or from the fists of Eastern chefs with superhuman throwing arms.