Anarkali Indian Restaurant Coupons and Deals
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Established in 1983, this Melrose mainstay is named for a character in a classic Indian love story... so you can rest assured it's an authentic eatery: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink • Menu boasts faves like boneless chicken tikka masala & coconut curry w/ veggies • Or, look to Thalis, like the Bombay lobster version with extras like raita and basmati Anarkali Indian Restaurant's Website
Discerning diners who crave the diverse flavors of India need look no further than Anarkali. Since 1983, this Melrose Avenue gem has been serving authentic regional curries, masalas and vindaloos, evoking a culinary journey into the very heart and soul of the ancient East. Anarkali offers a variety of centuries old recipes – both vegetarian and non-vegetarian – an ode to North India's rich tapestry of culture and cooking traditions. Try the savory Chicken Jalfrezi or succulent Keema Curry, a ground lamb delicacy cooked with mild spices and herbs. Each dish is a palette-pleasing portal to taste-bud titillation, a perfect blend of meticulously prepared ingredients using only fresh, natural spices. Snag this deal today to experience a symphony of new flavors and welcoming ambiance at Anarkali Indian Restaurant.
The story of Anarkali, a beautiful dancing commoner who attracted the love of Lahore’s prince, has captivated people for centuries. According to legend, Anarkali was trapped underground as punishment for having enchanted the prince... The story ends with no one knowing if she escaped alive. Ensure your dinner has a very happy ending with today’s kgbdeal, which gets you $25 worth of food and drinks at Anarkali Indian Restaurant for just $12. We love the Bengali and North Indian fare, served in a sensuous ambiance highlighted with curtain-enclosed booths. Choose apps like Curried Mussels ($6.95) and Lamb Tikka ($5.95) and specialties like the Tandoori Dinner ($19.95), Chicken Tikka Dopiza (ala carte $13.95), and Vegetarian Dinner for one ($19.95), among so much more. Don't forget the bread with amazing choices like Parmesan Naan ($2.95), Garlic Basil Naan ($2.95), and Cheese Naan ($3.95). Leave some room for a few adult beverages as well. Now this is a fairytale. Reviews: Anarkali has an impressive 3.5-star rating on Yelp and 191 reviews: “One word: amazing. I LOVE this place. Their bread is to DIE for!!! Along with their tikka masala and much more!!...” –Christina M. on 9/15/11
Love, legend, folklore, a love story between a beautiful woman named Anarkali who fell in love with Prince Salim (Later to become Emperor Jahangir). It was a forbidden love that could not be, for she was not of Royalty. Furious by their romance The Emperor Akbar suggest it is an unfitting relationship according to the royal wishes. The Prince rebels and is sentenced to death. Anarkali steps forward and says that she will sacrifice her life instead, if she can have one last night with her lover. Her wish is granted. In the morning the palace guards takes her away and puts her in a tomb alive sealing it with a great stone. Indian cuisine is a combination of many subtle tastes. Flavours are as varied as is the climate of India, and as exotic as the people of India. Fragrant, pungent and warm spices from the four corners of the country are delicately blended in meticulous to create the dishes we present to you.Each dish will have its own distinctive flavour and aroma which cannot come from any curry powder, but from spices which have to be separately prepared each day fresh for each individual dish. The blending and preparation of spices is a centuries-old craft and indispensable to Indian cuisine. Our traditional dishes are rooted in the soil of Bengal and Northern India and they are prepared in our restaurant as they would be in our own homes.
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