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Pay R120 for a 3 course Indian buffet and free beer/soft drink at Mumbai Brasserie (save 60%)

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In a Nutshell

  • Save 60% on a three course buffet with a free beer/soft drink
  • Halaal
  • Authentic Indian food 

The Fine Print

  • Groupon redeembale for up to 6 months
  • Groupon only valid and redeemable once deal closes
  • Bookings essential
  • Valid for lunch and dinner Mon-Sat
  • Valid for lunch only on Sundays
  • Only one Groupon per person per visit 
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Dining out in Mumbai is quite the event with the hustle and bustle that’s found on the streets found inside the restaurants too. Mumbai Brasserie duplicates this ambience minus the complete stranger invading your personal space vibe, unless of course it’s a blind date. Enjoy all the Mumbai flavour your taste buds can handle at the Mumbai Brasserie full Indian buffet for R120.

The buffet at Mumbai Brasserie includes starters, mains and desserts as well as a free beer or soft drink. During these three courses diners will be taken on a journey of Indian discovery. From mouthfuls of fire to delicate Saffron and Cardamom flavours, the buffet allows you to get up as many times as you need to to fill your stomach with Indian deliciousness.

From the accent to the décor, Mumbai Brasserie is infused with Mumbai charm that makes everyone feel welcome. No one is a stranger at this delightful restaurant and the flavours, scents and experiences will linger long after you’ve walked out the door.

Be warned: Every time you walk past the spice shelf at your local café or see someone eating a samoosa you will crave that authentic Mumbai Brasserie taste. These cravings with be immediate and will leave your willpower defenseless against your taste buds craving.

Curry in a hurry fact: In 1978 the door handle of a popular Indian restaurant in Brackenfell fell off and left the diners trapped inside for three days. The diners ate nothing but curry  and all came out shaking their heads from side to side and finishing every sentence with “and all and all.”

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