Two-Course Indian Meal For Two (£27) or Four (£54) With Side Dish, Rice, Naan and Glass of Wine Each at Mela (Up to 56% Off)
- Contemporary Indian restaurant
- Near Redhill rail station
- Starter and main course each
- Starters include Punjabi samosas and seekh kebabs
- Mains include tandoori chicken and kerala mutton
- Vegetable side dish, such as saag aloo or raita, each
- Pilau rice and plain naan each
- Glass of wine or beer each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Eat-in only. Limited availability Fri-Sat. Valid at Redhill location only. Max 6 people per table. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Valid for starter, main course, vegetable side dish, rice, naan bread and glass of house wine or bottle of beer each. Excludes lobster dishes. Prawn starters incur £2 supplement. Seafood, game or lamb shank main courses incur £3.95 supplement. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only.Original values verified 9 July 2012 at 3.28pm.
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Tumeric should be used the day that it is bought, as it is often a case of herb today, gone tomorrow. Find a flavour that lasts with today's Groupon from Mela. Choose from the following options for a two-course meal with a vegetarian side dish, rice, naan, and a glass of wine or bottle of beer each:• £27 for two people (Up to 56% off)
• £54 for four people (Up to 56% off)
Taking to the culinary stage of London’s Shaftesbury Avenue and Surrey’s Redhill, Mela has been telling the story of the sub-continent with new flavour combinations, classic cooking techniques, and a dash of imagination for the last decade. The Indian establishment sets the scene with polished wooden furnishings and traditional wall art, as it serves up crispy, golden-hued samosas and tender strips of tandoori chicken, all accompanied by mounds of rice and the warm folds of naan bread. Keen to impart its culinary expertise, the restaurant also runs cookery classes to suit all abilities from amateur cooks to professional kitchen-whizzes.
Tales from the sub-continent will be told with the likes of the lamb chops marinated with yoghurt, cumin, and peppers (£6.95) or whitebait deep-fried in a coating of spicy gram flour (£4.75). The story will then unfold with a main course, with options including the likes of the Goan chicken curry cooked with coconut, coriander, poppy seeds, curry leaves, and a splash of malt vinegar (£9.99), the gosht kalimirch with lamb, red onions, and tomatoes (£9.50), or the malai kofta of cottage cheese and potato dumplings swimming in a coconut hot tub of korma sauce (£8.50). Drama will be thrown in with a vegetable side dish, such as aloo gobi (£3.75) or saag paneer (£3.99), a steaming bowl of pilau rice (£2.25), and a plain naan bread (£2.25) each. Culinary chronicles will also come with a glass of red or white wine or a bottle of beer (up to £3.95) each.
The full menu can be found here.