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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."
"The hottest curry I've ever tasted."