Two Course Indian Meal For Two (£14) or Four (£25) With Wine at The Royal Bengal (Up to 67% Off)
- Range of Indian dishes in an authentic and vibrant setting
- Eat-in and takeaway
- Near Northampton rail station
- Starter, main and 175ml glass of house wine each
- Starters include: mixed thali and fried scampi
- Mains include: tandoori chicken, and prawn vindaloo
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Booking required by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid 6.00pm-11.30pm 7 days a week. Valid eat-in only. Must be aged 18 or above to consume alcohol. Soft drink option available. Not valid on Murg-E-Mussalam and Kurzi Lamb. £3 surcharge for additional king prawn, scallop, and steak dishes. Original price based on most expensive options. Valid on purchased option only.
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Cool chefs are great for making cooking popular, but they rarely step up to the plate when things start to boil over. Savour the heat with today's Groupon from The Royal Bengal. Choose from the following options:• £14 for a two course Indian meal with wine for two (Up to 63% off)
• £25 for a two course Indian meal with wine for four (Up to 67% off)
Filled with an array of colourfully spiced Indian dishes, The Royal Bengal tranports the taste buds of central Northampton to warmer culinary shores. Underneath vibrant murals of traditional Indian scenes, the staff serve an aromatic array of dishes that range from sizzling tandoori grills to classic and hearty curries . A short walk from Northampton railway station, the restaurant also provides a rainbow of tastes on their comprehensive takeaway menu.
Grabbing a friend or three, customers can embark on a voyage through Indian tastes with a glass of house wine (£3.25) in hand. Diners may begin by plunging their spoon into a delicious dhal soup (£2.25), sampling to tastes of a mixed thali (£4.50). Testing that their eyes aren’t bigger than their stomachs, patrons may then opt to feast on a meat thai (£10.95) that serves up bhona and methi gust with helpings of Bombay potato and pilaw rice. Vegetarian customers can sample a bit of southern flare with a Kerala mushroom stew (£6.95) that uses creamy coconut milk and spice to gently flavour simmered mushrooms.
The Royal Bengal was awarded a mouth watering 5/5 by Qype users, while TripAdvisors rated the restaurant a tasty 4/5. Of particular note for diners were the friendly staff and the high quality of the food.
We go at least once a month and the fact that we keep on going back speaks volumes! Excellent food, some unusual dishes, helpful and friendly staff.
– Fawny, Qype, Jun 2009
We travel 18 miles to visit this place and we have in our town a Indian that was voted second in the Midlands final, thats how good the Bengal is.
– Murray C, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011