Twelve Item Indian Thali Meal With Herbal Drink For Two for €26 at Indian Brasserie (53% Off)
- Authentic north and south western Indian fare
- All dishes made in-house
- Locally sourced Irish produce used where possible
- All spice mixtures are roasted and prepared from scratch
- Olive and vegetable oil used in cooking as opposed to ghee
- Twelve item thali meal each
- Welcome herbal drink of rasam; a spiced lentil and tomato mix
- Includes 5 curries, 3 rice dishes, yoghurt, tandoor roasted poppadoms, pickle, and naan
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via telephone or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. 48 hour cancellation policy. Not valid for takeaway. No substitutions.
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Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day; teach a man to fish and he'll swim around underwater eating plankton forever. Reel in the eats with today's Groupon: €26 for a twelve item Indian thali meal for two people at Indian Brasserie.
Locally sourced seafood, meat, and veg are combined with traditional recipes and a progressive approach, to provide gourmands with a carte worthy of a special occasion. The team at Indian Brasserie opt for authentic and untempered Indian flavour by roasting, smoking, and grinding their own assortment of spices. Although the restaurant doesn't open until 5.30pm, the legion of chefs make their way to the kitchen at midday to begin preparing a collection of the greatest hits of north and south west Indian cuisine. Using mainly vegetable and olive oils instead of ghee, dishes have a lighter mouthfeel and healthier slant.
Diners can begin their culinary voyage after toasting good health with a welcome drink of rasam, which is a unique warming blend of lentil, tomato, ginger, garlic, and coriander. Comprising twelve component parts, the thali meal showcases the varied and unique tastes of the Indian subcontinent. Variety is the spice of a thali meal and there are five curries in total consisting of chicken, lamb, prawn, lentil, and spinach with paneer varieties. The curries are complemented by plain basmati, north Indian pilau, south Indian curd rice as well as naan, yoghurt, pickle, and tandoor-roasted poppadoms.