- Starter, main and rice or naan
- Starters include sheek kebab, and tandoori chicken
- Mains such as Bombay thali, and lamb bhuna
- Central Worcester location
- Available Sunday to Thursday, 6pm to midnight
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2, 4 or 6 people. May buy 1 additional as a gift. Present printed Groupon on arrival.
Booking: Required by phone. 24-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid Sun-Thu 6pm-midnight. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. New customers only. £3 surcharge per person for seafood, duck or lamb shank dishes. Excl. poppadum’s and drinks. Excludes Sunday's couples offer. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Based on highest priced options. Valid for starter up to the value of £3.95; main up to value of £13.95; rice up to value of £3.50 each only. Valid for eat-in only. Verified using our merchant's website on 10 Apr 2014.
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A three-course meal of subcontinental flavours can begin with chicken tikka in a tangy mango coulis (£3.50), minced lamb with coriander and cumin (£2.95), or green peppers stuffed with chicken or lamb (£3.50). The main course may arrive in the form of a bombay thali (£13.95), which comprises of assorted vegetarian dishes like paneer and aloo gobi; the traditional lamb rogan josh (£7.95); or the tandoori chicken tikka shaslick (£8.95). Mains arrive suitably accompanied by a choice of rice like mushroom (£2.95) or keema pilau rice (£3.50), or a garlic or peshwari naan bread (£2.50).
The full menu can be found here.
Choose from the following options for a two-course Indian meal:
£15 for two people (Up to 65% off)
£29 for four people (Up to 66% off)
£43 for six people (Up to 67% off)
Named after one of India's Gujarat states, Rajkot blends traditional dishes with modern flair. The Worcester restaurant uses local produce where possible under the guidance of a head chef with over 20 years' experience. An extensive menu features curries, thalis, vegetarian specialities and plenty of seafood options. The eatery hosts birthdays and hen parties, weddings, and the occasional Bollywood night.