India is filled with painted elephants and delicious flavours, all of which you’ll find at De’ Ma, besides the painted elephants of course. Experience a taste explosion and pay R110 for two main meals.
From the moment diners walk through the door they will be transported to the heart of a bustling city in India. Although not filled with quite as much of the hustle and bustle one would expect to find in Kolkata during lunch time (or anytime for that matter) De’ Ma breaths Indian culture and flair into every part of the restaurant.
Savour the delicate flavours and aromas of saffron and cardamom and be enticed by the flavoursome dishes sitting in front of other diners on the way to your seat. While you may want to take a bite from their plates, we warn you against it as the food is so good they’ll want every morsel for themselves. Licking the plates on the other hand is at your own discretion.
Enjoy two main meals and discover the true taste of India in an authentic Indian environment. The staff at De’ Ma pride themselves on the delectable flavours that they serve you and their individual attention to detail is unrivalled. For an experience that lasts long after you’ve walked out the door, try the food at De’ Ma on for size. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with every bite and glance around this beautifully and tastefully decorated Indian restaurant.
Currylicious fact: Curry was first introduced to Ireland in 1848 when a bottle of Paprika washed up on the Irish coast. The bottle was picked up by a girl named Peggy Sue who put it into the Irish stew that evening. And so Irish curry was invented.