Indian Restaurant Deals in Chicago
In India, it's considered polite to eat only with the right hand, which leaves the left hand free to tousle the hair of the restaurant's designated scamp. Mind your manners with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of Indian dinner food $25 for $50 worth of Indian dinner food, valid for parties of four or more The menu features samosas—deep-fried pastries stuffed with seasoned potatoes and peas ($3)—ginger- and garlic-infused chicken boti wraps ($6.95), and spicy lamb vindaloo ($12.95).
Indian cuisine forges a perfect balance between using too few spices, which can make a dish taste bland, and too many, which can make tongues see into the future. Walk a fine flavor line with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $50 worth of Indian cuisine and drinks, which includes two $25 vouchers $10 for $25 worth of Indian cuisine and drinks The menu includes mildly spiced tandoori prawns ($13.95), lamb vindaloo with potatoes and a sharp, tangy sauce ($11.95), and vegetarian saag paneer with spinach and fresh cheese ($9.50 for a full order).
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, 1 additional as a gift • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes alcohol and lunch specials • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Indian cuisine spotlights a lot of spicy and sweet flavors, which makes for a great combo -- after all, nothing quells the kick of bold, slow-cooked chicken vindaloo like mango-infused crème brûlée: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks • Check out the menu of North and South Indian specialties • Glenview spot open daily for separate lunch and dinner services Robust Spices Make Hearty Meals Begin your meal with an appetizer sampler to taste a bit of everything before diving into a South Indian favorite like the thin crêpes stuffed with rice, lentils, and spicy chutney. Signature tandoor treats like marinated chicken and lamb kebabs are great choices, along with vegetarian dishes like the roasted eggplant. Turmeric Indian Restaurant's Website | Facebook
Surinder Jain opened his first Indian restaurant -- the popular Viceroy of India -- all the way back in 1986. Its sister eatery Shikara Restaurant may be newer, but it's equally delicious: $10 for $25 to spend on food and drink at this Downers Grove locale Recommended by locals in the Windy City Guide Try the butter chicken, creamy shrimp masala, or yellow lentil curry
The Fine Print
Limit 3 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations suggested and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Dine-in only • Excludes lunch buffet • Purchase must include food • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Surinder Jain opened his first Indian restaurant -- the popular Viceroy of India -- all the way back in 1986. Its sister restaurant Shikara may be newer, but it's equally delicious: • $10 for $25 to spend on food and drink • Recommended by locals in the Windy City Guide • Try the butter chicken, creamy shrimp masala, or yellow lentil curry Shikara Restaurant's Website
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