Two Courses of Indian Fare With Rice and Wine For Two (£28) or Four (£54) at Gaylord London (Up to 65% Off)
- Authentic North Indian fare in Fitzrovia
- Established in 1966
- Spacious, ivory interior
- Close to Oxford Circus tube
- Starter and main course
- Side portion of rice and bottle of wine to share between two
- Starters include batter-fried tilapia fish with paprika and lamb patties with mint sauce
- Mains include lamb korma,and Makhani paneer
- Rice includes lemon or saffron basmati rice
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 2 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid Sat-Thu. Excludes seafood dishes or starter samplers. Must be over 18 with valid ID for wine. Limited evening availability. Optional poppadoms and condiments will be brought to the table; if accepted £1.50 will be charged per person. May not be used in conjunction with any other offers. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 6 August 2012 at 3.08pm.
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Making for a good snack, starter, or impromptu arrowhead, the triangular samosa has three points to it. See new sides of Indian classics with today’s Groupon for two courses of Indian fare at Gaylord London. Choose from the following options:• £28 for two people (Up to 64% off)
• £54 for four people (Up to 65 % off)
With elegant North Indian regional specialities and classic dishes served in sophisticated surroundings, Gaylord London adds a pinch of Eastern extravagance to the heart of Fitzrovia. An traditional ethos abounds, with a clean-cut, minimalist white façade leading diners into an ivory interior, enlivened by the vibrant brushstrokes of a famous Indian artist.
Multiple mouths can begin the march through Mughlai with a starter, choosing from options that include onion bhajia (£7), lamb shaami kebab (£8.50), and mixed vegetable pakoras (£9.50). Main courses may take the shape of lamb korma, butter chicken, or a murgh methi masala (all £14.50). A refreshing mound of lemon rice (£6) between two will prop up the stars of the show, and a bottle of Torrentes wine (£18.90) between two will complement the fiery flavours, and help wash down lasting morsels.