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- save up to 57%
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A choice of curry with rice or naan each for two with an optional glass of wine each at award-winning 8848 Restaurant, City Centre - save up to 57%
- Your choice of curry each for two plus rice or naan bread
- Option to include a glass of wine each
- Authentic Nepalese and Indian cuisine on Union Street
- Scottish Curry Awards 2016 winners and finalists in 2017
- Rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor
- Valid 7 days
Nepalese and Indian
Named after the height of Mount Everest, the team behind 8848 strive to reach the same heights with their food and customer service. Serving up fresh and authentic Indian and Nepalese cuisine, the restaurant has been wowing fans of Asian cuisine.
With today’s deal, you can choose from their extensive menu including Nepalese dishes like fresh spring lamb, mint, green pepper, spring onion and Nepalese spices; or sautéed fresh asparagus with wild mushrooms and paneer; or try traditional dishes like the Pista korma with ground coconut in a mild creamy sauce. All served up with a side of rice or naan each, you can also include a glass of wine for an extra treat – cheers!
With three locations in England, 8848 have brought their fresh cuisine north of the border for their first Scottish restaurant. Having made a name for themselves in the heart of Aberdeen City Centre, the 8848 team boast a plethora of accolades including Best of Aberdeen winner at the Scottish Curry Awards 2016 and runner up for Scotland’s Best Indian Restaurant at the Scottish Entertainment and Hospitality Awards!
With an ideal location on Union Street, it’s the perfect place to escape the office at lunch or catch up with friends before a night out at the city’s nearby bars.
Loved by itisoners
“Staff were attentive and pleasant. Our meal was wonderful. Will definitely go back.”
“Was a very good offer, good value for money. Food was divine & staff were very attentive & friendly. Will definitely be back to eat here!”
“Restaurant and staff are just fantastic! Can't wait to go back.”