Two Course Indian Meal For Two With Rice or Naan Bread Plus Glass of Wine Each for £17 at Kavi Indian Restaurant (Up to 56% Off)
- Modern interior with open kitchen, water feature and Bollywood film projector
- Choice of starter and main course each
- Starters include chicken tikka lasuni and vegetable potli
- Mains include chicken korma and paneer keem
- Rice or naan bread each
- Vegetarian options available
- Small glass of wine, tea or coffee each
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Valid for starter worth up to £7.25; main worth up to £9.95; any rice or naan bread each. Higher priced dishes available for a supplement (enquire on ordering). Excludes seafood, lamb chop, and duck options. Original value based on choice of highest priced options available in this deal.
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Placing a grain of rice on the first square of a chessboard and then doubling it on each consecutive square is an ancient mathematical problem, a time-consuming endeavour, and a huge waste of rice. Keep it on the plate with today's Groupon: £17 for a two course Indian meal for two with rice or naan bread and a glass of wine each at Kavi Indian Restaurant.
With chic modern environs and a commitment to traditional Indian cuisine, Kavi Indian Restaurant serves up an exotic array of dishes from its split-level culinary perch in a Newcastle-under-Lyme hotel. The sensual journey begins the moment diners enter the room, with an ornate marble floor underfoot. Senses are delighted with exquisite scents wafting from the open kitchen, and a water-feature showcasing the swimming talents of koi carp who aren't coy about playing to the crowds. A projector showing Bollywood films on the lower floor adds authentic culture nuance to complement the gastronomic experience.
Patrons can choose from a sizzling array of delicacies, beginning with starters including fused lamb and chicken seekh kebab (£7.25) with tender chargrilled barrels of chicken and lamb. With appetites piqued, customers will indulge in a melange of mains ranging from a chilli-infused pork vindaloo (£9.50) with sizzling pieces of sliced pork served in a fiery goan sauce, to Murg Kafrial (£9.95) which combines succulent chicken breast with red wine sauce. A choice of rice (£3.25) to share or naan bread each (up to £2.25) is on hand to mop up stray sauces and moreish morsels, with a glass of wine offering the ideal palate cleanser to toast a delicious experience.