Indian Cuisine For Two (£11) or Four (£22) With Poppadoms and Spicy Onions at d'yoga (Up to 56% Off)
- Authentic North Indian Cuisine
- Extensive a la carte range of chicken, lamb, or vegetarian style curries
- Chic, inviting interior
- Near Falkirk Grahamston rail
- Choice of chicken, lamb or vegetarian main course each from a la carte menu for two or four
- Poppadoms and spicy onions to share
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Thu 5pm-9:30pm, Sun midday-9:30pm. Eat-in only. Valid for chicken, lamb, or vegetarian main course each and one portion of poppadoms with spicy onions per couple only. Excludes rice, naan, and drinks. Tandoori khanzana dishes incur £3 surcharge. Excludes mixed grill, biryani, and seafood dishes. Tables of 8 or more will incur 10% service charge. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 11 June 2012 at 4.13pm.
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Variety is the spice of life, having closely pipped cardamom and basil to the post in a distinctly heated competition. Curry flavour with today's Groupon from d'yoga. Choose from the following options:• £11 for an Indian main course for two with poppadoms and spicy onions (Up to 56% off)
• £22 for an Indian main course for four with poppadoms and spicy onions (Up to 56% off)
Spicing up Falkirk with authentic North Indian Cuisine, d’yoga is a contemporary eatery and bar serving central Scotland with a sizzling slice of the exotic. The restaurant greets patrons with modern, crimson décor, with Indian granite and spacious glass artwork accompanying the mouth-watering dishes on offer. In addition to the restaurant, d’yoga turns up the heat with a bar offering a thorough splashing of drinks and cocktails.
Taste tourists will venture into the streets of India via the mellow taste of the lamb gosht saagwala laden with a spinach and cream sauce (£10.95), the warmer climes of the aloo rajmah with diced potatoes, kidney beans, and a medium-spiced sauce (£7.95), or the red-hot heat of the murg angara with chicken dressed in a spicy masala dressing (£10.45). Poppadoms (£1.50) with spicy onions (£1.50) will be on hand to scoop up the last remnants of sauce left over from culinary travels.
TripAdvisor users served up d’yoga a generous portion of 4/5 stars, praising the modern décor and well-prepared food.
Had a magic time on Saturday at this restaurant. The atmosphere was great and the food very authentic! Well worth a visit.
– gogoScotland, TripAdvisor, May 2012
Best sizzlers by a coutry [sic] mile. Interior of the restaurant and bar are out of this world, staff are well mannered and clued up on the menu. We were recommended the murg malai tikka and makani sauce and a fenugreek chicken dish, and to say the least it amazed us.
– Wee-joey-c, TripAdvisor, September 2011