All You Can Eat Indian Sunday Buffet For Two (£10) or Four (£18) at Haveli (Up to 65% Off)
- Indian restaurant and banqueting suite
- Parking available
- All you can eat Sunday buffet
- Starters include: tandoori chicken and peanut chaat
- Mains include meat, seafood, and vegetable curries
- Both halal and non-halal meals
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun midday-10pm only. Dine-in only. All dishes subject to availability. Excludes drinks and service charge. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original value verified 8 March 2012 at 5.09pm.
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Making for a good snack, starter, or impromptu arrowhead, the triangular samosa has three points to it. See new sides of Indian classics with today’s Groupon from Haveli. Choose from the following options:• £10 for an all you can eat Indian Sunday buffet for two (62% off)
• £18 for an all you can eat Indian Sunday buffet for four (65% off)
Vivaciously stirred with sub-continental fare, Haveli brings a taste of India to taste buds through billowing buffets and flavoursome evening feasts. The restaurant plates up traditional offerings in the shape of masala, jalfrezi, and korma dishes both in its dining room and banqueting suite for special occasions. As well as curbing hunger cravings, the establishment also keeps social calendars topped up with regular live music and DJ nights.
Diners can sink their teeth into succulent starters which may include the likes of tandoori king prawns, vegetable samosas, or masala lamb chops, before moving onto a main course of choice. Morsels could include aromatic Mangalorean chicken with coconut milk, mustard seeds, and ginger, the warm heat of channa masala with chickpeas, tomatoes, and dried mango powder, or fiery lamb mirchi korma cooked with ground herbs and spices. The menu is subject to change, so guests can expect an exhilarating variety of traditional and modern Indian fare.
Haveli received a taste bud tingling 4/5 from Qype users, while initial TripAdvisor reviews awarded an encouraging 3.5/5. Though there were some mixed opinions on the decor and service, diners have praised the quality and choice of the Indian dishes.
We ordered our starters and sat for a little white and they did come pretty quick. I have to say we had the papadi chaat, chilly paneer, mix grill and samosa chaat, all so divine. Excellent taste, fresh and to the point. [sic]
– deepsand s, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012
Kitchen is in the centre of the restuarant [sic] and it's interesting to see the food being cooked while we waited. The menu was quite short, which is always a good sign, and it had some interesting non-standard dishes. I had the Punjabi chicken for my main course and found it to be very tasty indeed.
– A_DBerks, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012