Includes two main dishes, salad, onion bhaji, naan, rice, and gulab jaman dessert
Or, two-course evening meal for two (£27) or four people (£54)
Includes pickles, papadom, starter, main with rice or naan
Meat and vegetarian options
Nottingham's top rated on TripAdvisor
Mon-Sat sittings 5.30pm- 6pm; table must be vacated by 7.15pm
The Fine Print
Expires 31 Aug 2013 (Excl. 27 Aug).
Limit 1 per 1, 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts.
Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy.
Valid for lunch on Thu-Fri, midday-2.30pm. Valid for evening meals Mon-Sat, 5.30pm- 6pm; table must be vacated by 7.15pm. Subject to availability. £2 supplement for prawn starter per person; £3 per prawn main; £1.50 per lamb starter; £2 per lamb main. Service charge and drinks not included. Free parking not included. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified on 17 June 2013 at 3.15pm.
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The Cumin Restaurant invites lunchtime bellies and evening appetites for a feast fit for one, two or four people. Lunch arrives as a Thali platter consisting of two dishes with meat or vegetarian variants, plus accompaniments. Meanwhile, dinner is served to tables of two or four and consists of papadoms, a pickle tray to share, a choice of starter and main, and either rice or naan.
Who are the hospitable forces behind the restaurant?
Shelley and Sunny Anand opened up The Cumin, following in the footsteps of their family catering business. The earlier Anands had migrated to the UK from Nairobi, Kenya in 1975. In addition to Nottingham, the family has restaurants in Middlesex, Wembley and Ilford.
Describe The Cumin’s menu.
The restaurant specialises in authentic Indian cuisine yet Chef Shelley Anand has designed a menu to cater to all tastes. With the business coming into its sixth year, diners can continue to experience the diverse North Indian and Punjabi cuisine on offer.
Is dining at lunch different from the evening?
Lunch features a tapas-style experience or a Thali platter. ‘Thali’ means plate and is a selection of different dishes, usually served in small bowls on a round tray with multiple compartments.
What is it like in the restaurant?
The Cumin is conveniently located in the city centre, and spans two floors. The first floor offers more privacy and is equipped for private functions. The venue caters to a relaxed and comfortable dining experience.
The Cumin Restaurant cooked up a red-hot 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor and received a 2013 Certificate of excellence, while Qype users awarded 4/5. The majority of recent visitors were keen to praise the friendly service as well as the restaurant's atmosphere. The highlight for many, however, was the food itself, which several users spoke highly of while others went on to recommend various dishes.