Three-Course Indian Meal For Two (£19) or Four (£36) With Sides Plus Coffee and Liqueur Each from £19 at Taste of India (Up to 66% Off)
- Authentic Indian restaurant
- Runner-up in Loughborough Curry Festival 2012
- Starter, main and dessert to eat-in for two or four people
- Mains include: lamb chop masala and garlic chicken
- Rice and naan each
- Coffee and liqueur each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Dine-in only. Valid only on à la carte menu. Valid for starters up to £4.95; mains up to £8.15; rice up to £2.95; naan up to £2.15; coffee up to £2.85 only. Valid for dessert Gajar ka Halwa with ice cream (£3.95) and Baileys liqueur only. Seafood, venison and duck dishes incurs £5 supplement.
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Rich spices, a smooth coconut sauce, and a selfless attitude are all one needs to have good korma. Enjoy wholesome tastes with today's Groupon for a three-course Indian meal with sides and coffee from Taste of India. Choose from the following options:
• £36 for four people (Up to 66% off)
Sizzling into second place at the Loughborough Curry Festival, Taste of India cooks up elegant eat-in dining and a handy takeaway service. Covering a spectrum of spice, from traditional favourites to more specialist scorchers, the broad menu pulls together recipes from provinces across the Indian nation.
Grub-seeking groups can tackle a team of fiery dishes head-on, opening their account with a mixed kebab (£3.95), chicken pakora (£3.50), or hash tikka (£4.95). Moving onto the main, mouths can combat garlic chicken (£7.95) or lamb balti (£7.95). Ample touchline support will come from sundries such as boiled (£2.30), or keema rice (£2.95), and soft folds of peshwari (£2.05) or garlic and tomato naan (£2.15). Teeth can savour the sweet taste of success with a sugary treat of a specialist home made Gajar ka Halwa with ice cream (£3.95),before a coffee and a Baileys liqueur, rounds off the action.
Although yet to be widely reviewed, Taste of India was runner up for Best Restaurant at Loughborough Curry Festival 2012.