Three Courses of Indian Cuisine with Sides For Two (£26) or Four (£51) at Cookham Tandoori (Up to 64% Off)
- Authentic Indian restaurant
- Part of Spice Merchant Group Traditional flame-grilling and pot-cooking methods
- Traditional methods of pot cooking and flame grilling
- Oberoi trained chefs
- Valid 7 days a week
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Rice or naan bread each
- Plus vegetable side to share
- Mains include lamb tikka masala and chicken murg-makhani
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Advanced booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid for starter, main, naan or rice, and dessert each. Includes 1 vegetable side dish per couple to share. Valid at Cookham location only (SL6 9SL). Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 24 May 2012 at 8.56am.
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Known to get a bit hot under the collar, chefs often curry favour in a bid to improve their korma. Spice up your life with today's Groupon at Cookham Tandoori. Choose from the following options:• £26 for three courses of Indian cuisine with sides for two (Up to 63% off)
• £51 for three courses of Indian cuisine with sides for four (Up to 64% off)
Blazing a culinary trail for 30 years as founding restaurant of the Spice Merchant Group, Cookham Tandoori boasts a team of Oberoi-trained chefs, specialising in traditional pot-cooking and flame-grilling techniques. Set in a converted 15th century coach house, and offering a range of fish- and veggie-eater friendly foodstuffs, the restaurant offers an intimate dining experience for spice savourers across the spectrum.
Peckish pairs can begin their culinary journey by munching on a starter such as sheek kebab (£5.95); chicken or lamb tikka (£4.95); or chicken liver with salad (£6.95). Sizzle satisfaction can continue with a choice of mains, including a grilled lamb rezalla, cooked in a tangy lemon sauce with fresh chillies (£8.95); a lamb biryani with basmati rice, herbs and spices, served with an accompanying veggie curry (£14.95); or a tandoor-grilled shashlick of lamb or chicken immersed in herbs and spices with peppers, onions and tomatoes (£10.95). Given a rice or naan dish each, such as the peshwari naan (£3.95), curry connoisseurs can also share a choice of vegetable side dish between two, such as sag aloo (£4.95). Finally, patrons can answer sweet cravings with desserts such as chocolate fudge cake (£6.95); or the syrup-spun Gulab Jamun (£6.95).