Two Courses of Indian Fare For Two With Glass of Wine for £14 (Up to 65% Off)
- Indian fine dining restaurant serving traditional and unique dishes
- Contemporary décor with warm ambience
- Close to Sixfields Stadium
- Starter and main each
- Includes 175ml glass of wine
- Vegetable samosa and kallajee puree among starters
- Mains include Kabuli keema and modu murg
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Excludes buffet option. £3 surcharge on all seafood dishes. Valid for one 175ml glass of wine each.
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Tucking in to a good meal can be great, though when taken literally can lead to korma-covered duvets. Avoid wet blankets with today’s Groupon: £14 for two courses of Indian fine dining with a glass of wine for two at Wild Ginger.
Taking diners on a journey of the finest, handpicked regional Indian fare, the chefs at Wild Ginger are dedicated to bringing out distinct flavours from dishes ranging from the traditional to the contemporary. This restaurant beams a welcoming ambient atmosphere, kitted out with chic décor to match the stylish cuisine presentation. A well-stocked bar provided diners with a selection of wines and spirits for jovial get-togethers and romantic dates.
A selection of scintillating starters include whole grilled pepper stuffed with chicken, lamb or vegetables (£4.95) and chicken or lamb tikka (£3.95), whilst mains include mango chicken (£11.95) and duck madhuri (11.95). Parched patrons also receive a glass of wine to complement their Indian feast, and seafood dishes can be ordered for a £3 supplement.
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Wild Ginger has won much acclaim from visitors, with Trip Advisors awarding a delectable 4.5/5 stars for their meal. While waiting times may increase during busy periods, reviews suggest the cuisine and ambience are well worth the wait.
Beautiful location and good atmosphere. Both my partner dined at the wild ginger, and would recommend to anyone in Northampton. It was good to see a range of different foods rather just the standard fair. The service was good but a short delay when getting drinks. But it was packed on a Friday night! Will be going again!
– Jenzebra, Trip Advisor, Dec 2011
The Wild Ginger, which describes itself as “fine Indian dining” does set itself apart from other Indian restaurants I have eaten in the UK. … I was pleased that I chose a Tawa dish… The rich mixes of spices in the sauce did not blend into one but each individual flavour was easily identified with each bite, and I found the mustard flavours really gave it an edge… The restaurant staff were highly attentive to all the diners during our visit, and unusually we were asked to sign a visitors book before we left.
– Northampton Chronicle, Sep 2011