Three-Course Indian Meal For Two (£19), Four (£36) or Six (£53) With Cocktail Each at The Red Veil (Up to 70% Off)
- Contemporary Indian cuisine
- Asian and Middle Eastern-inspired menu
- Near Loughborough rail station
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Choice of cocktail each
- Starters include chilli paneer and tandoori chicken
- Mains include garlic lamb and chicken Malaya
- Rice dish or naan bread each
Limit 1 per 2, 4 or 6 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must present printed Groupon on arrival. Eat-in only. Valid for starter worth up to £4.95, main course up to £9.95, dessert up to £4.25, rice up to £2.95 or naan each. Seafood and duck dishes incur £3 supplement. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for cocktail. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 13 August 2012 at 9.16am.
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Dining on hot and spicy foods is said to increase the metabolism, much like a brisk run, a weekly tennis game, and winning a footrace for the last chocolate biscuit. Pick up the pace with today's Groupon from The Red Veil. Choose from the following options for a three-course Indian meal with a cocktail each:• £19 for two people (Up to 68% off)
• £36 for four people (Up to 70% off)
• £53 for six people (Up to 70% off)
Taking a contemporary approach to traditional tastes, The Red Veil provides an exhibition of exotic flavours from around Asia and the Middle East, inspired by a much-travelled head chef. Diners are welcomed into an elegantly modern venue, steeped in rich red hues and adorned with decorative touches, and complemented by a bar complete with a bubbling water feature. Behind the opulent seating, the well-stocked kitchen turns out an array of stylishly presented sub-continental suppers.
The culinary work of art will be drawn out with a starter, such as the mixed kebab (£4.95) or chicken tikka purée (£2.95), before being brought to life with a main course. The palette of flavours includes the likes of the mixed karai with capsicums and onions (£9.95), the lamb almashiki cooked with ginger, onions, and tomatoes (£5.95), or the Dhaka murghi with chicken tikka, peaches, cream, cardamom, and bay leaves (£5.95). The finishing touches will come in the shape of a rice dish (up to £2.95) or naan bread (up to £2.25) each, as well as a traditional sweet-toothed treat (£4.25). The artistic masterpiece will be toasted with a cocktail (£7.50) each.
The full menu can be found here.
There is a varied menu with a number of items that you do not get at other indian restaurants and presentation of dishes is great. Service is efficient and friendly and we will be back again soon.
– Bazzer100, TripAdvisor, Aug 2012
Amazing, food was of such high quality and the staff could not be more helpful, professional and knowledgeable about the wide range of dishes on offer.
– Jen_Patel, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012