Pay R59 for two mouth-watering Kerala Chicken or vegetarian curries worth R130 at Inside Sports Lounge and Indian Cuisine (save 55%)
- Save 55% on two Kerala Chicken or vegetarian curries
- Two vegetarian options: Paneer Makhani or Paneer Palak
- Buy as many Groupons as you like
- All food is Halaal
- Great venue for all ages
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Bookings essential on 021 554 9652
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
When Eastern cuisine is prepared by a Western chef or in a Western kitchen or just near anything West, it’s described as East meets West. However when it’s a forkful of authentic Indian indulgence enjoyed in the Western comfort of Inside, it’s more like a Himalayas meets Table Mountain sensation. Indulge in the ultimate East meets West experience with two Kerala Chicken curry meals for R59 at Inside Sports Lounge and Indian Cuisine.
Cooked in a South Indian Gravy, the Kerala Chicken combines grilled cubes of chicken with the rich flavours of coriander and cumin. For those who can’t be tempted by chicken no matter how amazing the flavours, two vegetarian curry options are also available – choose from Paneer Makhani, cubes of cottage cheese cooked in creamy tomato and cashew nut gravy, and Paneer Palak – rich homemade Indian cheese prepared with spinach.
Situated at Eden on the Bay mall, Inside Sports Lounge and Indian Cuisine brings all things Eden together under one roof – family, friends, good food, good wine, great views and a big screen broadcasting the big match. With a view of Table Mountain as spectacular as the food on your plate, a dinner or lunch at Inside Sports Lounge and Indian Cuisine will have you turning inside-out with joy and relaxation. As rich and flavourful as their homemade Indian cheese, the lounge’s relaxed ambience makes for one of the few places where young and old can meet without any‘turn-that-music-down' issues arising.
Enjoy sports the way it was meant to be enjoyed – with the kids and a plate of spicy food to get you on your feet.
Indian fact: Before rolling pins were invented, Indian chefs used their calves to roll out the dough for samosas. However, then it became a fashion for guys not to shave their legs and this technique could no longer be used. For two years not a single samosa was made and the country was in depression. This depression led to the invention of the Indian head massage.