Salaam Bombay Coupons and Deals
Indian cuisine spans a range of flavors: from the spicy taste of vindaloo to the mild taste of rice pudding to the supermild taste of a folded napkin you put all the way in your mouth. Taste real Indian food with this Groupon. $30 for $60 Worth of Indian Cuisine The menu includes authentic Indian dishes such as shrimp fried in chickpea batter ($9), lentil dumplings soaked in yogurt and mint chutney ($7), and chicken vindaloo ($15), along with Chinese-inspired options such as paneer in a hot soy-chili sauce ($13).
The Fine Print
Vouchers can be redeemed starting Thursday, Jan. 31, through April 14, 2013. Not valid for lunch buffet. Not valid toward beverages. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Limit 1 voucher per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. An 18% gratuity will be added to the full retail value of the check. See below for full terms and conditions.
The New York Times awards Salaam Bombay two stars, praising its "fresh, fragrant, precisely seasoned regional dishes," and New York Magazine says that visitors "will be charmed by Salaam Bombay's upscale yet relaxed atmosphere." With this Local Deal for $30, get $60 worth of any food items on the regular menu, rated "very good to excellent" by Zagat (22). This is enough for two people to get an appetizer, naan and two entrees, such as butter chicken or the tandoori lamb that New York Magazine calls "downright addictive." Terms and Conditions Vouchers can be redeemed starting Thursday, Jan. 31, through April 14, 2013. Not valid for lunch buffet. Not valid toward beverages. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Limit 1 voucher per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Valid for dine-in only. Seasonal items are subject to change. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included. An 18% gratuity will be added to the full retail value of the check. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit.
Scout Notes: The best part of traveling to other countries is getting to sample the local cuisine actually made by locals. It's just a little more authentic. Luckily, if you're in the mood for a little traditional Indian dining, the farthest you'll have to travel is to Tribeca and grab a table at Salaam Bombay. Their chef is a 19 year veteran and began his career in the kitchens of Calcutta, so he knows his way around a masala. Relax under their decorated canopy in the middle of the dining room and watch him work his magic. Their tandoori kitchen faces the dining room so you'll get to see the delicious concoctions made right before your eyes. Your table will be beautifully decorated with giant gold plates, but take it in quickly as you'll soon be covering them with orders of Lamb chop or Lobster Masala, Afghani Kabob with yogurt, or Chicken Vindaloo. Menu Highlights: Lamb Chop Masala, $17 Lobster Masala, $17 Afghani Kabob, $17 Chicken Tikka, $15 Hours: Mon-Fri, 11:30am–11pm Sat-Sun, 12–11pm
Salaam Bombay had been a treasure trove of a restaurant for more than 8 years. Serving fine Indian cuisine prepared with the purest of spices, the menu has been celebrated for its wide representation of the regional cuisine of India. Nestled in the hip, cultural hub of Lower Manhattan , this oasis of lilting Sitar music and rich earth-toned decor, Salaam Bombay restaurant is as much a part of TriBeCa as the cash-churning, glass-granite skyscrapers that seemingly reach for the skies.As the name connotes, Salaam Bombay is a salute to the city of Bombay , a city where varied cultures and cuisines blend to a splendid perfection and harmony. Much like New York , that is a smelting foundry of cultures, so too is Salaam Bombay a melting pot of Indian cuisine - presenting the heady spices, flavored curries and melt-in-your-mouth Indian breads - from the nooks and corners of the exotic sub continent. Savor your meal in the casually elegant dining room decorated like an Indian ceremonious hall, under a colorful canopy of traditional Indian mirror work fabric. Or claim a table by the window overlooking the trendy TriBeCa neighborhood. Well spaced tables are attended to by impeccably trained staff knowledgeable in all aspects of food, wine, and service. Feign nonchalance when you to find a famous celebrity at the table next to yours, for Salaam Bombay has its fair share of celebrity regulars. On warm sunny days, soak in the sun at our outdoor seating while sipping a tall glass of cold refreshing lassi - the Indian summer drink made of frothy yogurt lightly flavored with mint and ginger.The a-la-carte menu lists some of the most imaginative and extensive regional Indian cuisine that the city can boast of.