Pay R110 instead of R300: An authentic Indian dinner for two at Cumin and Coriander (save 63%)
- Save 63% on a meal for two to the value of R300
- Authentic Indian food
- Includes starter, main and dessert
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential on 011 616 7734
- Groupon valid Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 to 22:00
- Groupon excludes gratuity and beverages
- Not valid for take-aways
- Cannot be used with in-store specials
The only thing that will warm cold hands and feet during winter is dipping these cold hands and feet in a bit of hot curry. Alternatively you can eat this hot curry with today’s Groupon: You and a partner can eat to the value of R300 at Cumin and Coriander.
Seriously though, the curry at Cumin and Coriander is so good that you may just want to bath in it. Filled with the freshest spices and ingredients, the curry from Cumin and Coriander will leave your tummy feeling like a million rupees while the atmosphere will make you feel as though you’re enjoying a meal in a high end restaurant in Calcutta.
Savour the delectable flavours of the starters on the menu and move onto lip-smacking mains. Prepare for flavour bursts of ginger, almond and green chilli that will fill your nasal passages with delight and light up your taste buds. These aromas hit you the moment you walk through the door and will enable dish names like Murg Shahi Korma, Murg Jhinga and Balti Rangeela Murgi to roll off your tongue as though you grew up on the streets of Bombay.
End off the evening with a traditional Indian dessert. Even the ice cream and cream accompanying some of the desserts explode with Indian charm. From the waiters’ accents to the way they shake their heads when you order, Cumin and Coriander breathes the life and soul of India into Johannesburg.
Curry fact #891: Curry has never been eaten on Mount Everest before. Partly because cold curry is awful and also because it’s common knowledge that rose buds are the only thing that can be eaten once at the top of Mount Everest.