Indian Cuisine: Two Courses For Two With Side for £19 at EastzEast (Up to 65% Off)
- Range of traditional dishes and Punjabi-style specials
- Range of mocktails available
- Stylish and modern decor
- Free parking
- Choice of starter and main
- Boiled or pilau rice side dish
- Starters include chargrilled tiger prawns and lamb chops
- Mains such as combined chicken, lamb and prawn thali
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 5 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Excludes Saturdays. Valid at Liverpool (L3 4BX) branch only. Must be 18 or older. Dine-in only. Original prices based on pilau rice and most expensive regular-sized starter and main. Original value verified
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Known to its curry friends as the fiery type, the vindaloo describes its fellow rogan josh as more of a joker with no time for serious aloo chats. Tikka your pick with today’s Groupon: £19 for two courses of Indian fare for two people with a side of rice at EastzEast Liverpool.
A modern and stylish restaurant coupled with rich traditional Punjabi cooking, the menu at EastzEast Liverpool bursts with seafood, classic combination dishes, and old-school favourite curries. Electric blue lights invite hungry guests in while a red carpet is laid out in preparation for the ravenous hoards to sample flavoursome curries, cocktails and mocktails.
Starting off the inspired taste sensation from the Bengal, partners in dine can tuck into a starter of chargrilled tiger prawns (£8.95) or chicken tikka kabili (£6.95) served off the bone, chargrilled and with spicy baby potatoes. Making a move over to the mains, dishes come in the form of special mixes such as the jhinga prawn tandoori (£13.95) marinated in special sauce and clay oven-cooked, or the balti garlic chilli chicken (£13.95) garnished with fresh coriander. Dishes will be served with a portion of rice (up to £2.95) each.
EastzEast Liverpool received a delicious 4/5 from TripAdvisor users, along with a very positive write-up from Seven Streets. Reviewers praised the decor, though special mentions went to the staff as well as the variety and quality of the cuisine.
The menu was pretty comprehensive, featuring some chicken and lamb dishes I'd not seen before. The food was hot and delicious, with generous portions. Service was friendly and attentive. – Dash1957, TripAdvisor, Jul 2012
These were good curries, with clear distinct flavours, rather than a huge punch in the mouth, the spices mingled and balanced well without being overpowering, the heat leaving us warmed but not burnt. – Sid Miller, Seven Streets, Oct 2011