Indulging in trans-Atlantic food saves you the hassle of actual travel; instantly avoiding a cramped cabin, the aftermath of jetlag and you having to strategically hide the fact that you are Robocop when going through the metal detector. Enjoy some spicy East Asian cuisine and save up to 55% on delicious curry for two or four people at Perima's Finest Indian Cuisine. Choose from the following:
- Pay R89 for two curries for two people, valued at R178
- Pay R160 for four curries for four people, valued at R356
The quest for the perfect, fulfilling curry is no easy task – many have scoured mountains, waded through death-defying rapids and braved curry-lover-eating-bears, just to give their taste buds the experience that is this spicy, flavourful dish. Luckily for you, you will not have to grab your river rafting gear or bear repellent as the stylish, yet homely Perima's Finest Indian Cuisine is the perfect spot for the best curry in town. With friendly, efficient service and a warm ambience, this restaurant is great for a cosy dinner with friends.
Your delicious curry dish will be the culmination of a fusion of aromatic spices and the highest quality ingredients and with one bite of this mouth-watering meal, you may instantly be transported to a bustling New Delhi street. Your taste buds will truly get a good kick in the toosh with this delicious exotic meal, having you waking up in a sweat after dreaming of another Perima's Finest Indian Cuisine curry wonder.
“My friend took me to Perima's one Friday night and the service was excellent – the manager personally served our table. He was very attentive and the food was delivered in a short space of time. Ambience was lovely, warm and welcoming with soft music playing in the background. I can’t wait to go there again.” – Fran, www. wininganddining.co.za
Food fact: An Indian cook in Mumbai fell madly in love with the design of the Taj Mahal. He decided to draw a life-size replica with henna and donate the proceeds of his painting to a monkey sanctuary. The painting sold for millions of Rupees and the monkeys at the sanctuary were very happy.