When not being used in cooking, ingredients like turmeric,
garam masala and chilli powder are the ideal replacement for expensive
eyeshadow, due to their intense staying power, fiery colourful glow and ability
to create delicious, lickable eyelids. Enjoy spices minus burning eyes with
today’s deal: $49 for choice of two entrees, two curries, rice and naan bread
for two people and a bottle of wine at Masala Indian Restaurant in Clarkson or
Kohinoor Indian Restaurant, Padbury ($115.60 value).
Spice-savourers dance Bollywood style down to Clarkson or Padbury for an eastern feast for two people, at either Masala Indian or Kohinoor Indian restaurants. Dining duos begin with an entrée, choosing either crispy, delightful vegetarian samosas or succulent seekh kebab featuring spicy minced lamb skewered and grilled in the tandoor. The main event is chosen with such options as the ever-loved silky, creamy butter chicken or the lamb karahi – boneless lamb cooked with crushed spices in thick hot sauce. Rice and naan bread is served up for two to mop up all the tasty sauces and juices. To complement the meal and sooth fired-up tastebuds, a bottle of house red or white wine is presented to Australian Grouponers.
Hungry Perthlings are spoilt for choice with two locations, either Masala Indian Restaurant in Clarkson or Kohinoor Indian Restaurant in Padbury. Both restaurants exude authentic Indian elegance and provide a warm, comfortable arena in which to dine in style. The welcoming staff and decadent flavours which emerge from the kitchen make for a tasty and memorable Indian dining experience.
Masala Indian Restaurant
70 Pensacola Terrace
Kohinoor Indian Restaurant
6 Walter Padbury Boulevard
Both Masala Indian Restaurant and Kohinoor Indian Restaurant have raving reviews on Urbanspoon
“Magnificent India. That's pretty
much all I can say. Probably the best curries I've had in Perth, and luckily
right at my door step.”
- aussiepoida, Urbanspoon
go wrong. Eat here all the time. It is freaking amazing!!!”
- ChickenDinnerWinnerWinner, Urbanspoon