Sunday, December 23, 2012

Holiday Hours (Timings)

Heritage India Georgetown
Dec. 24: Open for lunch and dinner
Dec. 25: Closed for lunch and dinner
Dec. 31: Open for lunch and dinner
Jan. 1: Closed for lunch and open for dinner

Heritage India P Street Dupont Circle
Dec. 24: Open for lunch and dinner
Dec. 25: Open for lunch and dinner
Dec. 31: Open for lunch and dinner
Jan. 1: Closed for lunch and open for dinner

Monday, December 10, 2012

Dupont Circle Happy Hour

We’re pleased to share our blueprint for happiness, a.k.a, our Dupont Circle happy hour menu. We invite you to get reacquainted with the same formula that led Washingtonian to list Heritage India Dupont Circle among the city’s top 100 bars. Your favorite Indian tapas are buy one, get one free again. Plus, we’ve expanded the menu with selections from neighboring Café Luna. The drink specials are flowing and we’re saving a barstool for you as follows:

What: Heritage India and Café Luna Happy Hour
When: Monday-Friday 4-7 pm; Saturday-Sunday 3-6 pm
Where: 1633 P St. NW
Contact: (202) 387-7400 | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Email ListBlog Feed
Food & Drink: Detailed below

Happy Hour Drink Menu

  • House wines $4.75
  • Domestic bottle beers $4.00
  • Craft beers $4.00
  • Margaritas, Sangrias, Cocktails and Martinis $4.50
  • Ask for pitcher deals

Happy Hour Tapas

Frankie / Kathi Roll

Aloo Tikki Chaat
Found in almost every food stall and street food vendor in Delhi…Potato patties served with spicy chickpeas, topped with sweet yogurt, tamarind chutney and spicy cilantro sauce

This iconic street food item from western India is low fat and nutritious…made of puffed rice, green mango, chopped onions and potato topped with a combination of green hot sauce and tamarind

Known by different names  ... “puchka” and “pani puri” to name a few … This is undoubtedly the most eaten snack in the whole of India. Puffed whole wheat and semolina crisps stuffed with potato and chickpea, accompanied by spicy tamarind water to dunk into.

Papri Chaat
Lip-smacking and the most popular of all…prepared with whole wheat crackers, diced potato, chickpeas and an assortment of sweet and spicy sauces

Onion Bhajji
A popular Indian snack, also known as “pakora.” Onions in a spiced chickpea batter, fried.

A triangular savory pastry filled with spiced potato and peas. Served with tamarind chutney.

Kurkuri Palak
Crisp spinach leaves topped with a light chickpea batter, sweet yogurt and seasonings

Also known as the Kathi Roll ....a street food item originating from Kolkatta...the common man’s meal on the go. Spiced grilled chicken or fresh cottage cheese rolled in an egg battered tortilla.

Café Luna Beginnings

Chicken, Beef or Spinach and Cheese

Spinach & Artichoke Dip  
Oven-baked creamy spinach, artichoke and cheese dip. Served with flatbread.

Chicken Milanese Tenders
Crispy pan-fried chicken with plum tomato sauce

Mediterranean Medley
Hummus, Baba Ganoush and Tzatziki with Pita bread

Toasted Ciabatta bread with basil and vine-ripened tomatoes

Classico Mussels
Steamed with, tomatoes, garlic and white wine

Tapenade Trio
Basil pesto, sundried tomato tapenade and black olive tapenade served with flatbread

Calamari Gremolata
Crispy calamari with a gremolata of parsley, garlic and lemon zest with plum tomato sauce

Mozza Luna
Fried mozzarella with spicy tomato marinara sauce

Chicken and salsa fresco or beef and mushroom

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Gift Certificates with Extra 20% Value

The Heritage India family of restaurants has a valuable gift for you. When you purchase a gift certificate, we’ll add an additional 20% to the value of the certificate. Buy a $50 gift certificate and your special someone will receive $60 to spend on our exclusive cuisine.

All four of our restaurants are offering the 20% bonus:

This is our way of thanking you for sharing our restaurants with someone on your gift list. Wishing you and yours a delicious holiday season.