Sunday, July 29, 2012

Weekly Wine and Beer Specials

Summer means a refreshing chilled wine to cool your palate. Our weekly specials complement spice quite nice, so forgive the rhyme and make some time to dine at Heritage India this week.



Guw├╝rz 2011 is a Gew├╝rztraminer from California’s Alexander Valley Vineyards. A perfect partner for spicy and seafood dishes, it’s on special for $20.50 (regularly $30).


Yeluma Shiraz Voignier 2008 comes from Australia. According to the vintner,

This wine is deep red in colour with sweet, fresh and fragrant aromatics of cherries, plums and bright red-currant fruits. Subtle spices and clove notes are present as are the floral hints of Viognier. This is a medium to full bodied wine with red fruit flavours, fine spices and cloves. It is a rich and softly textured Shiraz with the subtle sweet textures of Viognier.

It’s specially priced at $22.50 (regularly $35).

If you’re looking for smaller amounts of liquid refreshment, we’re also offering:

  • Half-bottle of La Linda Malbec 2010 from Argentina for $18.50
  • The original Bass Ale on sale for $4.50 per bottle

Cheers!

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Earn Points for Dining with Us

Question: What’s better than an exceptional meal at Heritage India?

Answer: Rewards points for dining.

Introducing Belly, our new partner that will reward you for your excellent taste in Indian fine dining. Create a Belly account, scan in on the Belly iPad every time you come to Heritage India and accumulate points towards delicious rewards.


Each visit earns you five points. After just two meals, you’ve earned a free nan or butter nan!

Here’s what else is in store for you:

10 points: Nan or butter nan
15: Mango lassi
20: Onion bhajji or papri chaat appetizer
25: Batata chili fry appetizer
30: Indian rice pudding dessert
35: 15% off a vegetarian side order
40: Glass of house wine
45: Bottle of house sparkling wine
50: One complementary entree
55: 25% off your check
60: Round of domestic beer for the table (up to four people)
65: Bottle of house wine
70: One dessert per person (up to four people)
75: 50% off the second entree and the third free for parties of four or more
80: 50% off your check for parties of two

Our sister restaurant, Heritage Asia Thai Bistro, is also part of the Belly program, so we encourage you to enroll in both to take full advantage of the rewards. Heritage Asia rewards include:

10: Thai iced tea or Thai iced coffee
15: Spring rolls
20: Honey fried banana dessert
25: Starter portion of salad
30: Rice or noodle entree
35: Buy two appetizers, take 50% off the second
40: Glass of house wine
45: 15% off your check for parties of two
50: Bottle of house sparkling wine

Visit Bellycard.com to learn more. To create an account and start earning rewards, activate a Bellycard at Heritage India or download the smartphone app.

Friday, July 13, 2012

Batata Chili Fry for National French Fry Day!!



Today is National French Fry Day and we’ve got an extraordinary way to celebrate. Our new menu includes Batata Chili Fry: potatoes fried with fresh green chilies, a dash of garlic and sour mix spices. You could call them Indian French fries. One bite of these tangy, spicy and hot potatoes and you’ll surely call them delicious.

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Vegan, Vegetarian and Meaty Ways to Celebrate National Eat Beans Day


Today is National Eat Beans Day. We suggest you celebrate with Dal Makhani, our house black lentils. One bite and you’ll be fully addicted. But don’t just take our word for it. In praising these glorious beans, the Washington Post theorized they “appear to be a union of silk, earth and midnight.”

For a vegan bean dish, order our Masala Dal, yellow lentils with tantalizing herbs and spices.

At the opposite end, meat eaters can try our two curries that incorporate lentils. We’ve got Dhansak, a popular Indian curry from the Parsi community that mixes elements of Persian and Gujarati cuisine into a rich curry of lentils, pumpkin, eggplant and spices. And we’ve got Hyderabadi Murgh Haleem, a popular Turkish dish that made its way into the Indian subcontinent via the Nizam of Hyderabad. Literally meaning “patient and merciful,” it is made of ground chicken, crushed wheat, barley, lentils and spices.

Now, the only thing left to do is make your selections and eat your beans today.