Two Courses of Indian Fare For Two (£8) or Four (£15) at The Original India Garden (Up to 61% Off)
- Authentic Indian and Bangladeshi fare
- Recently refurbished restaurant
- Open 7 days a week
- London Road location
- Starter and main course each
- Starters include chicken chatt and onion bhaji
- Main meals include vegetable korma and lamb chilli massala
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Must quote Groupon codes when booking. Must bring printed voucher to appointment. Valid Sun-Thu 5.30pm-11.30pm and Fri-Sat before 6.30pm or after 9.30pm. Valid for starter up to £3.20 and main up to £6.50 only. . Anything exceeding Groupon limit will have to be paid in full. Not valid for set menu or takeaway menu. Excludes drinks, sides, or service charges.
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While Indian chefs are praised for their excellent use of spices, their true success boils down to maintaining tandoor oven care. Give your stomach something to smile about with today's Groupon from The Original India Garden. Choose from the following options:• £8 for a two course Indian meal for two (59% off)
• £15 for a two course Indian meal for four (61% off).
Blossoming with dish after dish of authentic Indian and Bangladeshi fare, The Original India Garden adds a dash of tandoori flavour to their recently refurbished restaurant. A modern redesign shines a neon-blue light on the restaurant’s long purple tables, which are dotted with steaming bows of spiced masala and biryani. Burgundy draperies reflect the deep crimsons of red wines on offer at the bar, where wooden shelves contain oaky strains of liquors and spirits for a mealtime tipple.
Two or four sets of taste buds can expect to take a culinary journey at The Original India Garden, warming up their palate’s voyage with starters such as a crisp chicken chatt (£3.20) cooked in dry sauce, while vegetarians can opt for options such as the stuffed vegetable samosa (£2.50). Adjusting their belts for the main attraction, customers can test their heat tolerance with a fiery chicken madras (£6.50) or chew over the milder mixed vegetable korma (£4.95).
The Original India Garden has attracted a number of fine reviews, and 72% of Urban Spooners enjoyed their visit to the eatery. Diners praise the fresh take on Indian cuisine, value for money and attentive staff. In addition, the restaurant has earnt a favourable review from Sheffield Telegraph.
I've always had pretty decent food from here. I think it was the first Indidan [sic] restaurant I was taken to years ago. It can get busy and they do take aways as many do. If i was going out for an Indian meal, I would consider this one.
– Andrew F, Urban Spoon, Jan 2010
Excellent food and consistant [sic], the quality never varies. A friendly welcome every time and great value.
– Paul KG, Urban Spoon, Dec 2009