Two Course Indian Meal for Two (£17) or Four (£30) With Glass of Wine Each and Rice and Naan to Share at Punjabi (Up to 70% Off)
- Authentic Indian cuisine
- Vegetarian options available
- Colourful modern interior
- Starter each including lamb chops and sea bass
- Main each including tandoori mix grill
- Plain basmati rice and plain naan bread to share
- Glass of house wine each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone.
24 hour cancellation policy. Bring printed voucher to meal. Must be 18 and over with valid ID for alcohol. Valid for 1 plain basmati rice and 1 plain naan bread per couple only. Glass of wine can be substituted for soft drink or bottle of beer. Voucher does not include service charge. Original price based on most expensive options. Valid for option purchased only.
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Breaking bread is a bonding experience, encouraging new friendships while testing the strength of communal sledgehammers. Swing into sustenance with today's Groupon at Punjabi Charing Cross. Choose from the following options:• £17 for a two course meal for two with glass of wine each and rice and naan to share (Up to 65% off)
• £30 for a two course meal for four with glass of wine each and rice and naan to share (Up to 70% off)
Serving authentic Indian fare to the Southside of Glasgow for over 30 years, Punjabi has recently decided to share its delectable wealth by opening a sister branch in the West End. The interior weaves a traditional, elegant dining atmosphere with a wide range of authentic Indian cuisine. Enjoy your meal from the comfy confines of the dining room, melting into one of the bar's rich leather chairs whilst discussing the finer points of off-side mechanics.
Diners can start with entrees such as vegetable pakora (£2.95) or king prawn pooris and padoras (£5.25) before taking palates onto bigger things. Boneless lamb simmers in a rich spinach and butter puree to form the lamb tava dish (£11.95) or is licked by flames in the tandoori mixed grill (£12.95), as the tandoori chicken's thick, fiery curry invigorates tongues (£10.95). Alternatively, diners can gaze at the bright tapestries that lilac walls before delving into veggie dishes such as the biryani paneer, in which cubes of house-made cheese are cooked with rice, yogurt, and spices (£7.50). Dishes spend their play dates in a ball-pit of plain basmati rice (£1.85), and can be soaked up with naan (£1.95).