Two-Course Indian Meal For Two (£17) or Four (£30) With Rice and Naan Each at Prince of India (Up to 72% Off)
- Traditional Indian restaurant
- Established in 1973
- Near Norwich rail station
- Starter and main course each
- Starter includes lamb tikka and garlic mushrooms
- Mains include chicken Malaya and prawn Ceylon
- Rice dish and naan bread each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 2 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy. Eat-in only. Valid for starter, main course, rice dish and naan bread each. Duck, king prawn and fish dishes incur £2 supplement per dish. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 24 July 2012 at 9.05am.
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A delicate jewel in the crown of the city centre, Prince of India has been serving up a taste of India and Bangladesh for almost four decades. Royal banquets will begin with the mixed kebab (£4.95) or the bowl of spicy mulligatawny soup with lentils (£3.10) before the magnificent main courses make their entrance. The grand procession could include the likes of the lamb shank cooked with potatoes and medium spices (£14.95), the chicken tikka masala simmered with almonds, butter, and cream (£7.50), or the prawn madras with tomato purée, garlic, and chilli (£6.25). The regal festivities will also be joined by a rice dish (up to £3.25) and a naan bread (£3.50) each.
The full menu can be found here.
Choose from the following options for two courses of Indian cuisine:
• £30 for four people (Up to 72% off)
TripAdvisors award Prince of India a decent 3.5/5 stars. While opinions on decor vary, reviewers write favourably of the authentic and appetising meals and level of service.
Excellent service and extremely well cooked food. Great value for money. There is always a welcoming atmosphere here and the staff are always very pleasant.
– ROBINONorwich, TripAdvisor, Jul 2012
Had a quick bite to eat here on my lonesome, staff were friendly, food was good, quite a few people in for a Sunday night which is always a good sign.
– Hoverjumper, TripAdvisor, May 2012