Mughal Garden Coupons and Deals
Spice Things Up Don't scurry over curry. Indian cuisine has a reputation for being spicy—but that doesn't necessarily mean fiery on the taste buds. At Mughal Garden, dishes range from mild to clear-your-sinuses spicy, but each—whether vegan, vegetarian or meat-based—relies on generous amounts of herbs and spices. The result is incredibly flavorful, aromatic dishes that delight the senses—most importantly, taste. Take yourself on a taste bud tour of the exotic. Must Trys Lamb Vindaloo Tender boneless lamb cooked to perfection with potatoes in a spicy, tangy sauce and served with the fluffiest rice you've ever had. Malai Kofta Succulent vegetable and cottage cheese dumplings simmered in a sauce of fresh tomatoes, sweet onions, savory garlic and fresh herbs and spices—aka, creamy, dreamy pockets of heaven in a sauce so flavorful you'll almost want to drink it.
Your knowledge of Indian cuisine is like a garden -- you've got a budding affinity for the tastes and aromas of the region, but you want to cultivate your palate with more mature dishes. Branch out and experience the wonders of Indian cooking with $50 to spend on food and drink at dinner at Mughal Garden for just $25. Plant the seed of an enticing meal by starting off with the shrimp pakora that's marinated in spiced yogurt and then fried, vegetable samosas, or homemade wheat chips topped with diced potatoes, chick peas, and drizzled with a whipped yogurt and tamarind sauce. Next, sample one of the house specialties, like the tandoori lobster that's spiced and cooked over charcoal in a clay oven for a smoky, authentic taste. Or, sample the keema matar that's a blend of spiced ground lamb tossed with bright green peas and bits of plump tomato. Round out everything with naan stuffed with spiced potatoes, nuts, cheese, and more, and you'll get a taste of India's true culinary roots.
Anthropologists claim our hunter-gatherer skills have not been entirely abandoned, which explains common restaurant rituals such as cautiously circling the table before sitting down and spearing the slowest appetizer before ordering drinks. Refine centuries-old internal knowledge with today’s Groupon to The Mughal Garden. Choose Between Two Options $20 for a prix fixe meal for two including one appetizer, two entrees, and one dessert (up to a $53.84 value) $35 for a prix fixe meal for four including two appetizers, four entrees, and two desserts (up to a $107.68 value) The prix fixe menu offers options such as chicken pakoras ($6.95), ...