Geet Indian Cuisine in Yakima 50% Off Dining Deals Tasty Delights
Dining Deals for Friday, July 21st - Geet Indian Cuisine in Yakima
Located on North First Street in downtown Yakima, Geet Indian Cuisine delights food connoisseurs, with its genuine and tantalizing Indian dishes. Our dining deal of the week is very tasty. Leave Yakima behind for a bit and whisk yourself away to the lively streets of India, ensnared by the enticing aromas and profound flavors of Geet Indian Cuisine.
The acclaimed Butter Chicken is a dish not to be missed at Geet. This heavenly blend features juicy pieces of tasty tandoori chicken drenched in a creamy, tomato-based gravy, amplified with butter and aromatic spices. The fusion of flavors creates a tantalizing culinary symphony that leaves you yearning for more.
If you're on the hunt for quintessential Indian fare, the Tandoori offerings are a true joy. Expertly marinated meats like tender chicken or savory lamb are flawlessly cooked in an authentic clay oven or tandoor. The outcome is succulent, smoky, and aromatic meat that charms your taste buds.
Geet Indian Cuisine also takes pride in its delightful Sesame Tossed Lasooni Gobi. This vegetarian treat comprises crispy cauliflower florets mixed with a delicious fusion of sesame seeds, garlic, and aromatic spices. The blend of textures and flavors is purely heavenly.
Planning a reception, birthday party, or corporate event? Reserve Geet's banquet room. Nestled within the restaurant, this elegantly adorned room can comfortably accommodate up to 150 guests, making it an ideal venue for any occasion. For more information, please contact 509-424-3292. See them on Facebook.
On Friday morning, July 21st beginning at 6 am, you'll have a chance to purchase a $25 Geet Gift Card for just $12.50. Buy several, save 50% -- $25 Gift Card for just $12.50 each. Get all the details and set up your account here for Dining Deals
Geet Indian Cuisine in Yakima
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