Three Courses of Indian Cuisine For Two for £16 at The Delhi Restaurant (Up to 61% Off)
- Traditional Indian restaurant
- Wide range of authentic cuisine
- Uses Fair Trade ingredients where possible
- Solihull location
- Three course Indian meal for two
- A starter and main course each, one side to share and a choice of naan bread
- Onion bhajees and Punjabi lamb chops among starters
- Mains include chicken tikka kulchan and bandami lamb
- Choice of coffee or ice cream each for dessert
Limit 1 per 2 people. Max 10 vouchers per table. May buy multiples. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Seafood dishes incur £2 supplement. Service charge not included. Original price based on most expensive options.
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While music may be the food of love, treble clefs tend to taste plain if they're not seasoned. Romance taste buds with today's Groupon: £16 for three courses of Indian cuisine for two at The Delhi Restaurant.
Fusing the culinary traditions of India with the creativity of modern fine dining, The Delhi Restaurant offers a menu of old favourites presented with a unique gastronomic twist. The dining experience is key at this innovative eatery, with each dish artistically presented and constructed using Fair Trade ingredients where possible.
Kicking things off with a bang, diners may wish to sample the fiery flavours of the chilli chicken kebab, or indulge in the long-standing favourite of vegetable pakoras (both £2.95). Awakened appetites can be sated by lamb rezalah, cooked with chillies, onions, red peppers and finished with a hot sauce (£5.50), or the fragrant vegetable balti (£5.25). Whatever the choice, all dishes come with a coffee or ice cream each.
The full menu can be found here.
The Delhi has received some encouraging reviews, and 81% of UrbanSpooners recommend the eatery. Diners celebrate in particular the fresh take on Indian cuisine, friendly staff and highly agreeable atmosphere.
The Delhi in Solihull town centre looks like an ordinary takeaway place, and only accommodates around 10 diners upstairs. But the quality of the food is first-rate and the service is excellent. I've been a number of times, sitting in mostly, and it's a very good Indian restaurant with an extensive menu.
– Crigga84, UrbanSpoon, Feb 2010