Two Course Indian Meal For Two (£9) or Four (£17) at Dil Raj (Up to 65% Off)
- Authentic Indian recipes
- Avoids heavy oils and creams
- Caters for special occasions
- Starter and main course each
- Starters include veg or meat samosas and fish pakoras
- Mains include Murgh Marango: chicken with yoghurt, coconut and mango pulp
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Sun-Thu 5.30pm-11pm; Fri before 6.30pm or after 10pm and Sat before 6 pm or after 10pm. Valid for starters up to £3.50 and main courses up to £8.50. Difference in price for more expensive dishes must be paid in full. Excludes set menu. Not valid for takeaway. Does not include drinks or service charge.
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With candle stick slaloms, plate spinning and high speed napkin folding, the table triathlon is more than just a two course race. Up the game with today's Groupon from Dil Raj. Choose from the following options:• £9 for a two course Indian meal for two (Up to 63% off)
• £17 for a two course Indian meal for four (Up to 65% off)
Matching Indian heritage with a Western setting, the Dil Raj's menu combines all the intrigue of traditional recipes with the spice of vibrant, contemporary cuisine. Using as few heavy oils and creams as possible, the food relies on the taste of fresh ingredients for its punch-packing, tongue-tingling kaleidoscope of spices. And having pampered the palettes of Barnsley for 11 years, the Dil Raj is well-versed in catering for any occasion, be it birthday bonanzas, wedding party blowouts, or Tuesdays.
Starting out with the meat or veg samosas (£3.25) or the chana chatt puree, with chickpeas cooked in spices served on pastry (£3.50), will surely get diners in the mood for the more substantial main course. Opulent options include the chef's signature Murgh Tikka: charcoal grilled chicken from the tandoor prepared with onion, peppers and tomatoes, and laced with the Chef's top secret spice mix (£7.95). Tongues looking for a milder taste can tango with the Murgh Marango, consisting of tender chicken with yoghurt, coconut and mango pulp (£7.95).