Pay R36 for any chicken, beef or vegetarian main meal at Vagaar, valued at R80 (save up to 55%)
- Save up to 55% on any chicken, beef or vegetarian main meal
- Upmarket and trendy Indian restaurant
- Spicy Durban-style dishes and exotic curries
- Try the all new Vagaar Cafe menu, where East meets West and the decadent cake table on your next visit
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Booking essential: 012 992 6100
- Gratuity not included
- Groupon not redeemable for take-aways
Choreographing your own Bollywood dance moves, eating chilli on everything from toast to ice-cream and fashioning your leftover vegetables into a model of the Taj Mahal are all signs that the heart is pining for India. Get a taste of India with today’s Groupon: any chicken, beef or vegetarian main meal for R36 at Vagaar.
For an Indian culinary experience that makes your home-made curry taste like an American take-away, take your taste-buds on a trip to the home of sensational spices and foreign flavours. Vagaar isn’t just a treat for the taste-buds; it’s an all-around sensory extravaganza. With three floors of opulent décor, Vagaar’s hot-pink patterned wallpaper, black and white tiled floors and sweeping staircase work together to create a sophisticated, chic and vibrant dining experience.
Vagaar’s flavour philosophy stems from the desire to transport your taste-buds on a journey from traditional spicy Durban cuisine to the more exotic flavours of mystical India. With farm-fresh ingredients and a guaranteed taste explosion in every dish, Vagaar’s prize menu is dappled with dishes of every persuasion; ranging from chicken and beef to seafood and vegetable curries. Beef up with a beef and coconut milk infusion or braised beef blended with Thai spices, or if you’re more a chicken person sample their taste-bud caressing chicken korma or bountiful butter chicken. If you’re of the herbivore persuasion, tuck into a helping of Aloo Gobi, vegetable vindaloo or munch on a traditional Durban bunny chow. If you’re looking for flavours that fan your flame and ignite your passion for India, treat yourself to one of Vagaar’s Indian delicacies and fulfil your appetite’s most desirous dreams.
Fanciful fact: Indian folk legend suggests that there is a food spirit who brings those with culinary talent good luck. He is said to look similar to the Mad Hatter and hang out in the houses of vegetarians.