Indique Coupons and Deals
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Valid at Indique only. Reservations required; subject to availability. Limit one voucher per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Limit one voucher purchase per person; may buy additional as gifts. Valid for two or four diners only. Dine-in only.
This Cleveland Park hot spot earns a "very good to excellent" (23) rating from Zagat for its "'exciting, high-end' riffs on Indian 'street food.'"For $34 (reg. $74), receive dinner for two Sunday-Thursday; $5 more for Friday-Saturday Any soup, salad or small plate, such as tandoori quail or mussels with coconut milk Any two entrees, such as shrimp or chicken tikka makhaniTwo drinks, including beer, wine and cocktails (up to $10 each)For $65 (reg. $148), get dinner for four Sunday-Thursday; $10 more for Friday-SaturdayTerms and ConditionsIf purchase limit is exceeded, voucher is subject to forfeiture. Seasonal items subject to change. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included. Not valid on products. Must be of legal drinking age to consume alcohol. Cannot combine with any other offer. Must use in one visit.
A blaze of rich colors, the sounds of the sitar, fresh flowers perfuming the Connecticut Avenue balcony -- the elegance of India is closer than you think. Think of today's deal as your passport to two "Indian" + "Unique" restaurants: Spend $20 and get $40 to spend on food and drink at Cleveland Park's Indique or Chevy Chase's Indique Heights. Routinely listed on The Washingtonian's list of DC's 100 Best Restaurants, this subcontinent duo dishes out a veritable feast for the senses, with regional Indian entrées like shrimp and scallop masala tossed with tamarind, lamb shank bhuna, and Malabar shrimp curry made with coconut from the shores of Kerala. Or, take a bite of a traditional street snack like bhel puri (rice puffs and chickpea flour noodles topped with chutney), straight from the neighborhoods of Mumbai. There's also a large menu of unique drinks to choose from, including the tamarind margarita, mangotini, and a choice selection of wine. Who knew unique Indian food could sound so portmanteau-tally divine?