Two-Course Bangladeshi Meal For Two (£14) or Four (£26) at Bay Leaf (Up to 65% Off)
- Modern Bangladeshi restaurant
- Located in The Custard Factory
- 10-15 minutes from Birmingham Moor Street rail station
- Starter and main course each
- Starters include paprika prawns and chicken liver puri
- Mains include lamb amshi and chicken on the bone
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 2 Groupons per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Eat-in only. Valid 6pm-11pm. Last orders at 10pm. Not valid on event nights. Valid for starter up to £5.95 and main course up to £11.95 each. Lamb shanks, king prawn and monkfish dishes incur £3 surcharge. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified on 4 July 2012 at 12.30pm.
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Despite a hotly-tipped election campaign, the masala lost his place as the leader of the sauce council to the mayor-naise. Curry favour with today's Groupon from Bay Leaf. Choose from the following options for a two course Bangladeshi meal:• £14 for two (Up to 63% off)
• £26 for four (Up to 65% off)
Taking root in The Custard Factory, Bay Leaf branches out with a modern take on Bangladeshi cuisine, served alongside classic tastes with more traditional offerings. The Eastern establishment is an infusion of warm apricot-hued walls, polished wooden furnishings, and large canvas photographs of the Bengal passionately depicted by restaurateur and owner Aftab Rahman. Prepared with authentic ingredients and a sprinkling of imagination, the dishes that grace the tables include the likes of slow-cooked lamb and aromatic chicken, while classic curries also make an appearance or two.
The beat of the Bangladeshi rhythm will roll out with pan-fried scallops served on chargrilled red peppers, chilli, and parsley (£5.95) or the sheek kebab flavoured with a touch of rosemary (£3.95). The chorus of main courses will then play out with the slow-cooked lamb haleem cooked with whole spices, lentils, and a squeeze of lime (£8.95), the beef aloo bhuna with garam masala and baby potatoes (£8.95), or the sea bass biran served on a bed of sautéed seasonal vegetables (£11.95).
The full menu can be found here.
Bay Leaf receives a super 4/5 stars from TripAdvisors, as well as favourable reviews from Birmingham Mail. While some found certain dishes unavailable, reviewers praise the delicately-crafted cuisine, warm ambience, and helpful personnel.
We have eaten there a couple of times and sometimes we have take aways. We always enjoyed the food and the service. I recommend it highly! – Gabi_Digbeth, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
The welcome was warm and the service was consistantly [sic] good. We had a poppadom each with 4 dips all of which were excellent. For main course we had Bindi Barji, Lamb Madras, mushroom rice, garlic and corriander naan, and a puri. The food was highly spiced as we had asked it to be, whilst containing bags and bags of flavour, such depth that I had not experienced before. The rice contained lots of beautiful slices of high quality mushrooms, and the naan bread was full of garlic, light and totally superb. The prices are also very very reasonable! [sic] – CraigandJade, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012