Indian Summer Coupons and Deals
With LivingSocial's Takeout & Delivery, online ordering is easy: Browse menus from local restaurants, place your order on our platform, and pay with your LivingSocial account—no need to pick up the phone or scramble to find cash! Today, pay $10 and you'll get $20 to spend on online food and drink orders from Indian Summer. Bewildering dishes rich in flavors and spices emerge from the kitchen at this delivery staple. Load up on bread like tandoor-cooked roti or spinach-paneer naan, and use it as the vehicle to eat up everything from potato- and cauliflower-laden aloo gobi to tenderized, spicy, slow-cooked lamb vindaloo. Snacking means no shortage of excitement, too, when splitting your time between samosas covered in chutney and crispy chicken pakoras.
Though India and Indiana are roughly the same word, their culinary offerings are worlds apart. Find out the difference two letters make with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $12 for $25 worth of Indian dinner cuisine for two or more $24 for $50 worth of Indian dinner cuisine for four or more The menu includes chicken tikka masala ($11.95), lamb curry ($11.95), shrimp coconut curry ($13.95), and tofu saag ($8.95).
The Fine Print
Free Entree of Equal or Lesser Value. DIne-In Only. With Purchase of 2 drinks. Maximum Discount $11. One coupon per customer. One coupon per party. Coupons may not be combined with any other offer. With Valpak® coupon only. Coupon void if altered. Expires 01/18/2013
Any connoisseur of Indian cuisine will tell you to start with a small morsel of traditional fare—consuming a Lamb Samosa, Chicken Pakora, or Onion Salad is perhaps the perfect way to begin your pilgrimage. As you continue on your journey, you’ll soon be ready for one of Indian Summer’s Tandoori specialities—the tenderest of items on an exotic menu that’s known for its tenderness. A prime example is the Chicken Tikka—boneless chicken pieces marinated in special spices and herbs then roasted in a clay oven.Curry dishes—some of the most exalted of all—come in several varieties—but none stands out quite like the Coconut Curry. With your choice of chicken, lamb, shrimp, or fish gilded in a homemade onion sauce, herbs, spices, and rich, succulent coconut milk, this delectable dish will have you on your way to Nirvana without the monastery.
Indian Summer Exotic Flavor in Health Smart food: By Lillian St. JohnIf it has been a while since you visited El Segundo, you will be delighted to learn that Main Street has charmingly reinvented itself with the intimate Seaside Village atmosphere that South Bay residents love. It is here, at 219 Main Street, that you will find Indian Summer. This is the restaurant that sets the bar for all other Indian restaurants in the area for delicious Indian cuisine. Whether for the first time sampling Indian fare of to indulge your favorite, Indian Summer is an excellent choice. The heavenly aroma of exotic spices, soft music and flickering votive candles set the stage for a wonderful dining experience. Family owned, the restaurant staff is alternative and eager to share an understanding of Indian cuisine with diners. Dining alone and wanting to taste as many dishes as possible, I ordered the mixed tandoori grill under the "combo dinners" section of the menu. This proved to be an actual feast of good things to eat. Most people are familiar with Indian's wonderful curry dishes so it is important to note that tandoori dishes are not curries, although they are equally flavorful and every bit as addicting! The tandoor is a clay oven that reaches high temperatures (800 degrees) and everything cooked in the tandoor is incredibly delicious. The tandoori meats are marinated for 24 hours in special sauces sometimes blended with over 20 fresh aromatic herbs and spices; the results are moist, flavorful and beg to be tasted. The Indian Summer mixed tandoori grill included tandoori chicken quartered pieces of chicken marinated in spices and and roasted in the clay oven tandoor, chicken tikka delicious boneless, skinless chicken breast meat marinated in yogurt and spices, and kebab 1 chose the seasonal ground lamb that was thoughtfully removed from the skewers.