£22.50 for a three course meal for two people at Punjabi Tadka in East Kilbride: a 55% saving on the standard £50
The origins of the word curry are hotly disputed. Some say it comes from the Tamil word ‘kari’ meaning a spiced sauce. Others reckon that it is derived from the Hindi word ‘karai’ meaning a wok-shaped cooking pot.
Other still think it was the favourite food of Ruby Murray, a singer who was scored several Top Ten hits in the Fifties and Sixties. Ruby has passed on but, as Cockney rhyming, her name looks set to be remembered for a very long time.
And, of course, who can forget her curry-flavoured cover records such as Living Dhall, Paperback Raita and Love Me Tandoor.
Whether you fancy a Ruby, a kari or a karai, with today’s Big Deal you can enjoy a starter, main course and desert from Punjabi Tadka’s a la carte menu for just £22.50.
Typical dishes from the starters include the machi Amritsari which is a delicately spiced fillet of white fish lightly fried in a featherlike batter or you could choose from the stuffed dosas or poori breads.
Alternatively, you could investigate the restaurant’s culinary crossovers and choose their haggis pakora.
Popular main courses include the chicken korma, lamb bhoona and, of course, the classic chicken tikka masala.
The restaurant scores a very decent 4.3/5 with 5pm customers who have left the following reviews:
‘Love the food and atmosphere in the restaurant.’
‘Had a wonderful night at Atrium Court. The new decor is excellent and food just as good. Will be back very soon.’
If you want to see what these satisfied customers were raving about then today’s Big Deal is:
£22.50 for a three course meal for two people at Punjabi Tadka in East Kilbride: a 55% saving on the standard £50.