Dinner for two in Newcastles most famous Indian restaurant for only £10 instead of £30, with dishes such as Rogan Josh, Korma and their world record breaking Curry at Rupali Restaurant - Save 67% @ Groupon - HotUKDeals
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Dinner for two in Newcastles most famous Indian restaurant for only £10 instead of £30, with dishes such as Rogan Josh, Korma and their world record breaking Curry at Rupali Restaurant - Save 67%
Often located in the underworld, hell, much like the HMRC tax office is a place of suffering and punishment in the afterlife. Although it is quite hot, we would not recommend it as a holiday destination. However, we at Groupon recommend you do try Curry Hell, the hottest curry in the world, at Newcastle's Rupali Restaurant. If housing a raging inferno inside your tummy is not your thing, then you can choose from a wide range of authentic Indian cuisine with today's Groupon. For £10 you get £30 worth of food from Rupali's excellent menu of traditional delights. Try the Murgh Ke Pemento (£8.75) - boneless chicken breast cooked with fresh garlic, onions, red peppers in a medium strength sauce garnished with fresh chillies and coriander. They also do traditional dishes such as Korma, Masala, Jalfrezi and more. Add some fresh Naan bread (£2) and Pilau rice (£2.55) to make this a very hearty and enjoyable meal.

Rupali is Newcastle's most famous Indian restaurant and it's easy to see why. For over 30 years they have built a reputation for providing superb food and service. Even the likes of Chris Evans and Gordon Ramsay have dined here and both have attempted Rupali's world famous Curry Hell challenge: if you manage to finish a full portion of Curry Hell (£9.95) then you get it for free and receive a signed certificate, plus your picture will be taken and displayed on the website. The dish is a combination of chillies, chicken and Rupali's very own secret ingredient to help give it that extra kick!

So head over to Rupali for a unique dining experience. Your Groupon will give you more than enough to have a massive meal of Indian cuisine. Saving you 67% do not miss this great opportunity to dine at Newcastle's most famous Indian restaurant!

What people are saying...
"I heard about this restaurant through VIZ magazine and wanted to try it. I wasn't disapppointed. The place was buzzing with great atmosphere and it was only Wednesday. The food was excellent. The chicken that I had just melted in my mouth and the spices were pefectly blended and not too overpowering. The rice and nan bread were fluffy and light. All in all a brilliant meal."
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"The hottest curry I've ever tasted."
GORDON RAMSAY
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banned#1
"The hottest curry I've ever tasted."
GORDON RAMSAY

He has obviously never been to a curry house in Birmingham, lol
#2
Wouldn't matter if he had. There has been dozens of surveys and tests done from hundreds of indian restaurants around the country and everytime Curry Hell from the Rupali comes out as the hottest and has done for many years now. It's unbeaten. I can handle a Phal easily but couldn't do a quarter of Curry Hell. It has to be tried to be believed. It's ridicuous.
#3
"Often located in the underworld"

Yes, that's a fair description of the Bigg Market!Old fashioned, get as drunk as possible before going for a curry type of establishment, in an area where it is about as up market as anywhere else nearby! Not recommended for anyone sober, or a lover of their front teeth! For the life of me, I can't understand the attraction, just chew on a packet of chilli powder, and pick a fight with a drunk in any city centre, they're all the same only the accent differs.
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"Often located in the underworld"

Yes, that's a fair description of the Bigg Market!Old fashioned, get as drunk as possible before going for a curry type of establishment, in an area where it is about as up market as anywhere else nearby! Not recommended for anyone sober, or a lover of their front teeth! For the life of me, I can't understand the attraction, just chew on a packet of chilli powder, and pick a fight with a drunk in any city centre, they're all the same only the accent differs.


There are restaurants on and around the bigg market that are nice, I don't really understand the hate, never ever had any bother in all the years going to places on and around it. The Bigg Market is known to be a chavvy fri/sat night out (after a certain time) because of the bars.. like you say every city centre has areas like it.

I think this is a great deal, thanks for posting :)

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