Saturday, August 10, 2013

Dinner for Two at Crossroads

We invite our honored Heritage India guests to get to know Crossroads, our sister restaurant serving a tasteful mix of world flavors.

This certificate entitles you to dinner for two for $35. The special dinner includes three shared tasting dishes and a bottle of house wine.

Please print it and bring it with you to Crossroads, located at 1901 Pennsylvania Av NW.  We look forward to introducing you to our unique global cuisine.

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Glover Park, Where Membership Has its Privileges

We’re pleased to offer a year of discounts to our neighbors in the Glover Park Citizens Association. We look forward to welcoming Association members and offering these monthly specials:

March: A complementary glass of red or white house wine
April: 10% off weekend brunch
May: Free appetizer of Onion Bhajji or Papri Chaat
June: Order one entree and get the second at half price (equal or lesser value)
July: Any cocktail half price
August: Any cocktail half price
September: Any dessert half price
October: Any entree half price
November: 15% off your entire bill
December: Buy a gift certificate and get an extra 20% value free

Monday, February 18, 2013

Announcing Malgudi, Fine South Indian Cuisine

The Heritage India family of restaurants is proud to announce Malgudi, opening Feb. 19 on our Glover Park property.

Serving fine South Indian cuisine, Malgudi is inspired by the work of renowned Indian novelist R.K. Narayan. Malgudi is a fictional town somewhere in South India located on the shores of the fictional river Sarayu.

Malgudi is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday at 2400 Wisconsin Av NW.

Here’s what awaits you:

With rice and millets as a staple, the cuisine is famous for its various spices and the region has been a traditional exporter of spices from time immemorial, catching the fancy and interest of the Arabs, Dutch, French and English sailors who discovered the flavors of cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg used by the local people in their foods. Coconuts are an equally important element of most South Indian food, as coconut palms grow in abundance in the region, particularly along the long coastline of South India.
The region’s food includes lentils, spices, chilies, coconuts and other locally available fruits and vegetables such as tamarind, plantains, gourds, root tubers, garlic and ginger.
While much of the food of South India is vegetarian owing to the dominant Hindu and Brahmanical norms, fish and seafood dishes are popular in the coastal areas and different meats and game are also relished by people across the region.

View the menu then view these soul-satisfying dishes on your table on your next visit to Heritage India and Malgudi. Enjoy!

Monday, February 4, 2013

Our Valentine's Day Gift to You: $10 Off

Save $10 at Heritage India • Café Luna • Fiesta Tapas Restaurant & Lounge

Take $10 off your next dine-in visit to Heritage India, Café Luna or Fiesta. Minimum purchase of $30 required, exclusive of tax and tip. One per table. Valid for 90 days. To redeem, print this message or show it on your phone.

Heritage India Georgetown
2400 Wisconsin Ave., NW
(202) 333-3120

Heritage India Dupont Circle
1633 P St., NW
(202) 387-7400

Café Luna
1633 P St., NW
(202) 387-4005

Fiesta Tapas Restaurant & Lounge
1327 Connecticut Ave NW
(202) 659-1544