Known for its spices, Indian fare jolts the taste buds in a manner that kissing an electrical socket could never match. Enjoy shockingly good cuisine with today’s Groupon to Taste of India.
$29 for a three-course Indian dinner for two (up to a $62.80 total value)
- Select three courses from the menu:
- One appetizer such as the vegetable samosas (up to a $6.95 value)
- Two entrees such as the chicken tandoori or the vegetarian mutter panneer (up to a $17.95 value each)
- One dessert such as the gulab jamoon (up to a $3.95 value)
- Two glasses of wine or beer (up to an $8 value each)<p>
- Authentic Indian beers
- Halal meat as well as gluten-free and vegan options<p>
$59 for a three-course Indian dinner for four (up to a $125.60 total value) * Select three courses from the menu: - Two appetizers such as the vegetable samosas (up to a $6.95 value each) - Four entrees such as the chicken tandoori or the vegetarian mutter panneer (up to a $17.95 value each) - Two desserts such as the gulab jamoon (up to a $3.95 value each) - Four glasses of wine or beer (up to an $8 value each)<p> * Authentic Indian beers * Halal meat as well as gluten-free and vegan options<p>
Taste of India
Taste of India's culinary connoisseurs, who first learned to cook in Northern India, harness their talents as they prepare savory lentil dishes and traditional curries flavored with daily-cut veggies, earning the restaurant multiple nods from the Colorado Springs Independent as the city’s Best Indian Food. A clay oven bakes tandoori and tikka delicacies more effectively than a fire-breathing dragon with a chef's hat, and breads puffed with cheese and spices stand ready to escort seafood masalas on their digestive journeys. Individual diets find accommodation with halal meat, gluten-free options, and vegan food, and a lunch buffet sates the deepest of stomachs.
Entering the dining room, customers take in the sight of a flower-bearing camel statue, a majestic ceramic swan, and a white partition stenciled with intricate tree designs. A sprawling red-and-yellow tapestry and festive Indian music imbue the 60-seat space with an atmosphere livelier than a caffeinated jester.