Two Courses of Indian Fare For Two With Rice Or Naan Bread For €25 at Indian Brasserie (Up to 56% Off)
- Authentic Indian cuisine
- Vegetarian options available
- Located in Rathfarnham
- All dishes cooked to order
- Spices and sauces roasted and ground on site
- Set starter platter to share
- Choice of mains with rice or naan bread each
- Includes Raitha, poppadums and three dips
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via email email@example.com or via phone 014920 260/ 4920 261. 48 hour cancellation policy. Eat in only. Not valid on takeaways. Valid for dinner service, 5:30pm-11pm. Excludes drinks. Mains from new a la carte menu. Excludes festive special menu mains and sides. Seafood surcharge of 3 Euro per dish. Starter comprises of 3 fixed dishes from the festive menu to share. Original value based on most expensive options.
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People often think spicing up their life involves extreme sports and far flung adventures when really all they need is a pinch of cayenne pepper and to turn up the central heating. Find a better way to get hot under the collar with today’s Groupon: two course Indian meal for two with rice or naan bread For €25 at Indian Brasserie.
Introducing innovative cooking methods to time-tested tradition, the brasserie romances authentic Indian cuisine with fresh new flavours. Cutting no corners along the spice trail, the chefs do their own roasting, pickling and grounding to ensure top notch tucker. Aiming to please the eyes as well as the belly, guests are greeted by a warm interior complete with polished wood flooring.
Dining duos can with begin with a festive starter to share, tucking into a platter of tandoori machchi, malai tikka and chana chaat (€14.95). For the main event, morose mouths can be treated to such lip-licking options as the gosht laal maas (€15.95). To round off the meal, a choice of rice or naan (up to €3.50) can provide a welcome culinary mascot.
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Both critics and diners have been impressed by Indian Brasserie’s authentic food and pleasant service. TripAdvisor users awarded the restaurant a delicious 5/5 stars, while the Herald was enthusiastic in their recommendation of Indian Brasserie.
This is an authentic Indian food eatery; the food is fantastic. The eat-in menu is different to the take-out but if you ask they will serve from both; also as they cook from scratch they can vary the food to your taste which is great with kids. The staff are friendly and knowledible [sic] and the atmosphere is serene...
– m-luck, TripAdvisor, November 2011
As portions were generous in the extreme I had a good opportunity to scam some of this dish. It was superb. A lot of mild curries are almost icky-sicky with their creamy overlay. Here the creamy element was absorbed into the dish, serving to point up and enhance the complexity and subtlety of the spicing.
– Herald, September 2011