Guests can indulge in a selection of authentic Indian dishes including chicken tikka and duck shaslik, accompanied by a choice of drink
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What You'll Get
- Type of cuisine: Indian
- Menu may include:
- Meat, chicken or vegetarian appetisers
- Tandoori dishes
- Valid Sunday-Thursday
- Dinner served from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
£3 surcharge for seafood.
Where to eat out on a weekday evening in Leeds? Those who enjoy South Asian cuisine, want to spend an evening without having to cook their dinner, or just feel like going out, can take advantage of this Indian dinner deal, and order a meal worth up to £39.80 with a Groupon voucher valid for most of the menu, which includes dishes ranging from mild curries to tongue-scorching vindaloos.
In addition to a variety of traditional delicacies that Gazi’s Indian Restaurant in Leeds has to offer, the extensive menu includes some more typically British treats, such as scampi with chips, making the Horsforth eatery a place where a group of friends can enjoy a meal together even if not everybody feels like ordering a tandoori speciality.
One more reason to give Gazi’s a go is its location: visitors can enjoy the beauty of the Hosforth Hall Park before the meal, or have a relaxing stroll after to help digestion.
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 2 additional as gifts. New customers only. Booking required, please call 0113 258 7210; provide Groupon code. Present printed Groupon on arrival. No cancellation policy. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. £3 surcharge for seafood. Excludes biryani. Customers cannot bring their own alcohol or soft drinks. Eat-in only. Valid Sun-Thu 6pm-10pm. Excludes bank holidays and Easter weekend. Valid for option purchased only.
About Gazi's Indian Restaurant
The team at Gazi's Indian Restaurant serve up a wide range of meals inspired by the many cuisines of India. Traditional dishes such as vindaloos, jalfrezis and curries sit alongside more adventurous options, which include shashliks, kursans and phala. The restaurant offers takeaway services, but patrons can also enjoy their meals at the white-clothed tables of the dining hall.