Two Courses of Indian Fare With Poppadoms For Two (£17) or Four (£34) at Mauryan (Up to 61% Off)
- Traditional restaurant serving south Indian fare
- Wide and varied menu
- Creatively presented dishes
- Curzon Street location
- Tandoori chicken and onion bhaji among starters
- Mains include batak kempu bezule and chicken tikka biryani
- Includes poppadoms and pickle tray to share
- Choice of naan or rice each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required at www.mauryan.co.uk/book_table.html. Enter voucher and security code in message box. 72 hour cancellation policy. King prawn dishes incur £3 surcharge. Original value based on the highest price options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 3 April 2012 at 11:29 am.
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While everyone knows that the best thing since sliced bread is sliced banana, the best thing since sliced naan is yet to come. Look into the future with today's Groupon from Mauryan. Choose from the following options:• £17 for two courses of Indian cuisine with poppadoms for two (Up to 61% off)
• £34 for two courses of Indian cuisine with poppadoms for four (Up to 61% off)
Celebrating the gastronomic heritage of southern India, Mauryan presents the palates of central Derby with a tantalising spread of traditional Maduraian cuisine. Quality and creativity are the flavours of the month at this recently opened establishment, where meals are presented with artistic flare and imagination.
Culinary explorations of Tamil Nadu can begin with tandoori murgh nazakat chicken flavoured with garlic and nutmeg (£4.50) or a sheek kebab (£3.95). Awakened appetites can be further indulged by mains such as Garlic “e” Gujrat chicken in a spicy curry (£11.95) and lamb xakuti with select herbs, spices, and a coconut sauce (£7.95). Whatever the choice, all meals come complete with either a choice of rice (from £2.25) or naan breads (from £1.95) each, as well as poppadoms and a pickle tray to share.
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Mauryan has garnered many a fine review from satisfied diners, who heap praise upon the quality of ingredients and value of meals, as well as the welcoming atmosphere.
The service is impeccable and efficient. When I asked for a plain puri with the meal they were more than happy to provide it despite it not being on the menu. What impresses me mostly [sic] about the dishes is the velvety richness of the sauces. The food is nicely spiced and a lot of care goes into the presentation …
– Curry and Beer, Mar 2012
Finest Indian restaurant in derby. My favourite is Murgh Nazakat.
– Sarah, Restaurant Guide, Jan 2012