Two Courses of Indian Cuisine For Two (£12) or Four (£22) at East Bar Lounge Grill @ Enigma (Up to 70% Off)
- Rated 5/5 for food by the Yorkshire Evening Post
- Indian restaurant within Enigma bar and nightclub in Horsforth
- Starter and main for two or four
- Starters include lamb chops, paneer pakora, and daal soup #
- Mains include biryani, chicken tikka masala, and Hyderabadi
- Vegetarian options available
- Includes house specialties
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Limited availability Sat evenings. Machli bahuder starter and all king prawn and sea bass dishes incur a £2.50 surcharge. Service charge not included. Valid on option purchased only. Original values based on most expensive options. Original price validated on 29 May 2012 at 5pm.
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Not to be confused with Indian restaurants, in Inuit eateries if you ask for extra chilli your dish will arrive with icicles on the side. Have a more warming meal with today's Groupon from East Bar Lounge Grill @ Enigma. Choose from the following options:• £12 for two courses of Indian cuisine for two people (Up to 67% off)
• £22 for two courses of Indian cuisine for four people (Up to 70% off)
Wrapped up in the vibe of the bar and nightclub, East @ Enigma is the rebellious little sister to Pudsey’s well-established Indian eatery. The interior is spacious and glamorous, while dining experiences buzz with atmospheric overflow from the dance floor. The menu serves up a challenge for the spiciest of palates alongside friendlier morsels for sensitive tongues, as well as bits and bobs to cater to vegetarian tastes, piscine appetites, and meat lovers alike.
Pulling up a chair for an Indian feast in teams of two or four, guests can tuck in to starters such as a nawaabi murgh of marinated chicken fillet smothered in lime, garlic, and melted cheese (£6.25). An alternative starting bite sees fresh melon accompanied by a dash of port (£5.50). Patrons can peruse mains on the à la carte menu, including house specialties such as a vegetable biryani (£9.99) or nassar é khass, featuring chicken and lamb mince cooked in brandy and a handful of tongue-tingling spices (£11.95).
While East@Enigma is still waiting to be widely reviewed, it received 5/5 for food and 4/5 for atmosphere in a write-up from the Yorkshire Evening Post. The venue’s atmosphere and striking decor earned high praise, though special mention went to the quality of the cuisine itself – particularly the main courses.
Our mains were simply superb and everything a curry ought to be. They were rich and sumptuous with a real depth of flavour, the various nuances of which were constantly kicking your tastebuds, making you want to savour the dishes over and over.
– Anon, Yorkshire Evening Post, Feb 2012