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What You'll Get
Naan is hard to resist due to its soft, fluffy texture and the way that saying its name forces you to open your mouth as wide as you can. Give in to naan with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Indian-Pakistani food for two or more
- $20 for $40 worth of Indian-Pakistani food for four or more
Chefs use naan in creative ways, such as stuffing it with keema, a spicy ground meat ($4.29), wrapping it around chicken tikka ($7.95), or transforming it into jalapeño and onion pizzas ($6.99). Other menu offerings include beef vindaloo simmered with fresh-cut potatoes in a spicy tomato-gravy sauce ($10.99–$13.99), vegetarian paneer curry served with chunks of ricotta ($6.99–$10.99), and lamb kebabs splayed over a bed of rice ($11.99).
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About The Kabob Curry
Mined from the foothills of the Himalayas, Himalayan salt differs from typical table salt in about 80 ways. It’s the only salt to posses more than 84 minerals, which has made the 100% unprocessed seasoning gain the attention of health enthusiasts worldwide. The cooks at The Kabob Curry already knew this, though. This Indo-Pakistani eatery refuses to use anything but the pink stuff for its flavorful meals, balancing the salty zest with staples found on every spice rack in the subcontinent, including ginger, roasted garlic, and cumin.
The menu features a range of dishes as vast as the Himalayas. For starters, naan rolls wrap kebabs inside homemade flatbread, pulled fresh from the clay oven. Vegetarian options include chana masala bathed in a creamy yellow curry, and chicken, beef, or shrimp comes cooked in a spicy vindaloo gravy or the house specialty, masala. For dessert, chefs recommend the mango ice cream. Served on a salt plate, the treat mixes sweet and salty like a Valentine’s Day card written by Sam Kinison.