Two Course Indian Meal With Sides For Two for £21 at Ahmed’s Curry Cafe (Up to 55% Off)
- Specialises in Haandi and slow cooking dishes in open kitchen
- Open seven days a week
- Authentic Indian meal for two
- Popadoms and chutney sharer
- Starters such as onion bhaji, chicken tikka, and sheek kebab
- Mains include king prawn bhuna and haleem lamb
- Pilau rice and any naan each
- Vegetarian side each
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 5 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AhmedsCurryCafe from 6 February 2012 at Midday. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid 7 days a week, 6pm-11.30pm. Valid for main, starter, pilau rice, any naan, and vegetable side each. Excludes BYOB option. Excludes selections from meal deals. Valid for eat-in only. Original value based on most expensive options.
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A cup of rice is not to be confused with a cup of dice, as although both can be shaken, it’s only acceptable to thrown one of the two over a green table. Luck in with today’s Groupon: £21 for a two course meal for two at Ahmed’s Curry Cafe.
Sharing the sights and sizzles of the cooking, Ahmed’s Curry Cafe tempts taste-buds with an open kitchen filling the air with spicy aromas fresh from the pan. The chefs use slow cooking to infuse flavours, specialising in tandoori and haandi techniques. The café has been going strong since opening in 2001, and regularly updates its menu with new dishes to try.
Getting started with two popadoms (£1.20) and chutney (£1.80) to share, pairs can pick a starter such as the onion bhaji, chicken and lamb tikka, and sheek kebab mixed dish (£4.40). King prawn bhuna (£9.45), mango chicken (£6.95), and haleem lamb (£6.50) can be chosen for the main event, mopped up with pilau rice (£2.15) and any naan (up to £2.15) each. A veggie side each is included, with options such as the sheem seed bhaji featuring peeled Asian mange tout seeds (£3.50) and Bombay aloo (£2.95).
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Ahmed’s Curry Café has positive reviews for its fresh take on Indian cuisine. While some diners note that waiting times may increase during busier periods, they found the food to be well worth the wait, and praise is heaped upon the quality customer service.
Excellent delivery service - good choice for vegetarian.The Sheem seed Bhaji is lovely, Haven't seen this dish elsewhere.
– Sa1ly, Eat Out, July 2011
Best quality curry in Bristol. I have been going here for years and it is superb. Mainly get take away, but sometimes eat in. When you eat in, the food tastes even better. Recommend the Chicken Dhansak, or the Vindaloo.
– Stuart D, Yelp, Feb 2011