Chote Nawab
$39 Michelin-Star Chef Dinner For 2 With Cocktails, Wines & Beers (an $80 value)

Transportive, luxe, and helmed by a Michelin Starred Chef, Chote Nawab is an authentic jewel of epicurean discovery. Applauded by The New York Times, Zagat, and Eater, the beloved hotspot sits on a lively corner in Flatiron, serving up a balancing act between traditional fare with infusions of modernity that results in sublime fare sure to leave an impression.

Grab your $39 pulse (an $80 value) for a Dinner For Two that includes 2 Entrees, as well as 2 Cocktails, Glasses of Red, White or Rosé Wines, Beers, or Lassis. The duet of divine eats and succulent sips will prove to be phenomenal.

The first Indian chef in the US to earn a Michelin star and retain it across two NYC restaurants, Devi and Tulsi, Hemant Mathur is acclaimed across the board for his ability to make flavors shine. He combines his talents with the know-how of serial restauranteur Shiva Natarajan (who shares Malai Marke with Mathur as well) to bring charm, craft cocktails, and curated wines to the table.

Freshly prepared ingredients marry old-school techniques that result in wondrous dishes. Go seaside via the tender, melt-in-your-mouth Methi Salmon Tikka, grilled in a tandoor with fresh fenugreek leaves, while the Lamb or Shrimp Phall delivers the heat thanks to habanero and green chiles. They're best followed with cocktails or a crisp glass of white wine - cheers!

Escape from the hustle & bustle and discover a place of vibrancy and delight that will find its way into your heart with every gorgeous bite...

Chote Nawab
115 Lexington Avenue
(212) 679-4603

America’s First Michelin Starred-Indian Chef Hemant Mathur is beyond impressive. As the Executive Chef & Co-Owner of Haldi, Kokum, Malai Marke, Dhaba, Chola, Dosai, and Chote Nawab, he goes to great lengths to create an authentic experience, infusing each space with inspiration from the many regions and cuisines of India.

At Chote Nawab, savor the nuances of Andhra and Lucknow cuisine. Think rich, bold flavors, with a mix of heat and cool depending on how daring you feel. Using a combination of ingredients from freshly-sourced local purveyors and hand-picked imported spices, you'll swoon over what can only be described as the real deal.

When described by The Infatuation as "great," you know you're in for a real treat! With ample praise also coming from Time Out, Chote Nawab displays a flair for the creative all while retaining an adherence to quality. Mathur & restauranteur Shiva Natarajan (Chola, Bhojan, Dhaba, Singapura) infuse this destination with sparkle, summoning energy and vibrancy that have made it a neighborhood staple.

Settle in to the contemporary, modern digs and cozy up to your date and a few cocktails before devouring wholeheartedly. The Patiala Goat Curry will blow your mind via goat on the bone with onions and tomatoes, in addition to the Shrimp Vindaloo - a Goan preparation with vinegar, dry red chilies and ginger, best paired with a radiant glass of red vino.

Every second at Chote Nawab will take you further into a realm of escapism, so let go, join the adventure, and enjoy...

All selections will be made from the restaurant's full dinner menu.

Your $39 Dinner For Two (an $80 value) Includes:

  • 2 Entrees (choice of Meat, Seafood, Chicken, Tandoor, Spicy Club, Dum Biryani, Kebab + Rolls, Desi Style Chinese, Vegetarian or Vegan; up to a $28 value each).
  • 2 Cocktails, Glasses of Red, White, Sparkling or Rosé Wines, Beers, or Lassis (up to a $12 value each).
  • Valid for Dinner, Brunch, Lunch & anytime during regular business hours.

Chote Nawab is a fabulous find, repping 4.1 Stars on Google from 710+ reviews including:

  • "I love this place! Friendly staff, nice decor, and AMAZING FOOD. Flavorful. I highly recommend the fish curry. SO GOOD. Amazing. Go!"

  • "I have eating here several times and I always walk home very satisfied with my meal, great flavor, large portions. They provide an excellent costumer service, fast and attentive servers. I'll definitely will keep on coming back!"

  • "As an Indian myself, I liked the food! The chicken biryani was really good, a lot of Indian restaurants here have food thats more bland/less spicy but this place had flavorful food! I would recommend it."

Chote Nawab's Website | Google Reviews

The Fine Print
  • May purchase as many vouchers as you like for personal use or for gifting.

  • Multiple vouchers may be combined for larger groups.

  • Tax & tip not included; reservations required.

  • Additional cost added for higher priced menu items.

  • Expires on Friday January 12, 2024.