This month, mainstay Arlington Indian restaurant Delhi Dhaba is celebrating Diwali, a five-day festival of lights, with a “lit” discount.
When you spend $25 or more, you’ll get 15 percent off your entire order automatically — no promo code or jumping through hoops required.
You can fill up on appetizers (how about vegetable samosas or fried Indian cheese?); order a $40 Family Meal, which includes two appetizers and chicken entrees, a vegetarian entree, and two orders of Naan and rice; or get a “Taste of India” with a sampling of a golden turmeric latte appetizer, your choice of entree and a side. It even offers a healthy selection of wine and beer to go.
If you’re not familiar with Diwali, it’s one of India’s biggest and most important holidays, and it’s been celebrated for thousands of years. The festival spans five days, and celebrates the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. After the year we’ve had, we can get behind that sentiment.
Although traditionally those celebrating the holiday prepare by cleaning their homes and dressing in their finest clothes, that’s not totally necessary here. All you have to do is order your Diwali feast online or call 703-524-0008 to place your order, and you’ll automatically get that 15 percent discount for the rest of the month.
Happy Diwali, Arlington!
Delhi Dhaba is open Monday through Friday from 4-10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12-10 p.m. Stop by its location at 2424 N. Wilson Boulevard or give them a call at 703-524-0008.
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