Two Course Indian Meal For Two (£16) or Four (£30) With Sides at The City Spice (Up to 62% Off)
- Wide range of authentic Indian and Nepalese dishes
- Central Norwich location
- Catering for special occasions
- Any starter and main each for two or four people
- Boiled or pilau rice to share between two
- Six poppadoms for each pair
- Four different chutneys
- Nepalese and vegetarian options are available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun-Thu midday- 2pm, 5pm-midnight; Fri-Sat midday-1pm, 9pm-midnight. Valid for 1 rice and 6 poppadoms per 2 people and 4 chutneys. Excludes drinks, extra sides and desserts. Must be 18 or older with valid ID to purchase and consume alcohol. Original value based on most expensive eat-in menu items. Valid on option purchased only.
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A truly palatable meal requires a carefully compiled menu, spot-on seasoning, and lots of bits of wood belonging to artists. Get colourful cuisine with today's Groupon from The City Spice. Choose from the following options:• £16 for a two course Indian meal with poppadoms, chutney, and rice for two people (Up to 61% off)
• £30 for a two course Indian meal with poppadoms, chutney, and rice for four people (Up to 62% off)
Bringing the spice of India, Nepal, and life to the hungry bellies of Norwich, the heat harnessers at this eatery serve up steaming dishes of traditional cuisine from South-East Asia, alongside warm welcomes and amiable attention. The eclectic menu declaims dedication to variety, while low lighting and grand leather dining chairs invite both intimate dining experiences and banquet-style corporate events and parties.
Whether it’s two empty tums or a quartet of impatient mouths, The City Spice is deliciously equipped to appease with a two course Indian meal. A hearty starter such as bhaja king prawns (£5.50), shami kebab (£2.90), or the Nepalese papri chaat (£3.90) can get the gastronomic extravaganza going, with poppadoms and chutney on hand for extra taste bud satisfaction. Main courses come in a compendium of guises, such as king prawn raja (£10.95), traditional bhunas (from £4.50), and overflowing plates of tandoori mixed grill (£8/50). A bowl of pilau or boiled rice sit between each pair of diners to accompany their chosen dishes.