In India, it's considered polite to eat only with the right hand, which leaves the left hand free to tousle the hair of the restaurant's designated scamp. Mind your manners with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Indian Fare
The menu includes vegetable pakora ($4.99), which segues into vegan chana masala cooked Punjabi style with chickpeas, onions, ginger, and spices ($12.99) or vegetarian saag paneer with pureed spinach ($12.99). Chicken with Asian spices, jalepeños, bell peppers, and chilies ($14.99) steams beside hearty lamb curry with coconut milk ($14.99). Kids can enjoy portions of tandoori chicken with french fries ($5.99) while drinking mango lassi ($2.99).
Taste of India
Beneath walls the color of warm ghee, the clarified butter used in Indian cuisine, street vendor–style carts brim with thick curries. Taste of India's waiters emerge from the kitchen, their arms stacked with plates of lamb with house-toasted spices, rice dishes, and chicken and prawns steeped in the sweltering heat of a tandoor. After scooping up the last chickpea with a piece of warm naan, guests relax under the sparkles of gold ornaments hanging from above. They click glasses of wine or imported Kingfisher and Taj Mahal beers in a toast to celebrate getting promoted or successfully assembling a team to prank-call a casino.
93% of 572 customers recommend
“Lunch buffet is avail. weekdays ($10/each so kind of high for a buffet)...but it is VERY good (and I generally get my $'s worth) so I still go a lot more than I...”
“Lunch buffet is avail. weekdays ($10/each so kind of high for a buffet)...but it is VERY good (and I generally get my $'s worth) so I still go a lot more than I should. ;) I save the Groupon for evenings when there is no buffet (and want leftovers since portions are good). ”
“It was GREAT!”
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