Indian Meal For Two to Takeaway (£11) or Dine-In With Wine (£14) at Ahmed’s Curry Cafe (Up to 58% Off)
- Specialises in South Asian, Haandi and slow cooking dishes in open kitchen
- Open seven days a week
- Main and side of Indian fare
- Takeaway or dine-in options
- Mains include king prawn bhuna, fish Rogan Josh, and tamarind chicken
- Selection of bhajis and salads for sides
- Dine-in option includes glass of wine
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 5 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid 7 days a week 6pm-11.30pm. Valid for main and side each. Excludes thalis, tandoori mixed grill, set menus and meal deals. £2 surcharge for tandoori dishes. Takeaway option valid for collection only; delivery within 3.5 mile radius incurs £5 surcharge. Dine-in option includes 175ml glass of wine each only. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for wine. Wine can be substituted with fruit juice. Excludes BYOB. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 16 April 2012 at 4.10pm.
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Currying favour is a tricky enterprise, requiring plenty of charm, a lot of sweet talking, and a generous sprinkling of cumin. Experience the flavour of the month with today's Groupon from Ahmed’s Curry Cafe. Choose from the following options:• £11 for Indian takeaway for two (Up to 58% off)
• £14 for Indian fare for two dining in with wine (Up to 56% off)
Sharing the sights and sizzles of sub continental 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 cafe has been going strong since opening in 2001, and regularly updates its menu with new dishes to try.
Collecting grub and returning to the comforts of the living room, or dining out in the restaurant, Indian food lovers can get their fix with a main and side to nibble on. The king prawn bhuna (£9.45), fish Rogan Josh, a whole trout with tomatoes, onions and coriander sauce (£7.35), and tamarind chicken with fresh coriander and green chilli (£6.95) make for a mouth-watering selection of mains, while the sheem seed bhaji (£3.50), tarka dal (£2.95) and chef salad with chillies (£2.95) are among the ample sides. Those dining in can take a seat with a glass of wine each (£2.95) too.
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Ahmed’s Curry Café has attracted some positive reviews from visitors who appreciate the eatery’s fresh take on Indian cuisine. While some diners encountered a wait during busier periods, reviewers celebrate the quality of meals, praise is heaped upon the customer service and welcoming atmosphere.
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