For $56 you got loads of Guac & Alcohol along with two entrees and a shared dessert. It might have been more economical in the end to just order those things a la carte since we didn't really need the entrees and dessert.
They have little rolling carts that come around to each to table to make Guacamole. Quite tasty.
A sample of their frozen Pomegranate Margarita was included in the deal.
This Pitcher of Sangria gave me a good buzz so that was worthwhile.
Made with Apricot Brandy, Triple Sec, Orange Juice, Apples, Pineapple and Cucumber.
My Tropical Fruit Bowl made with Mango, Strawberries, Granola & Dates. Very delicious. Mr. SV's brunch was vegetarian, but not vegan, so I'm not showing that.
Math is not my strong suit, so in addition to the $56.00 I paid for the Groupon, there was an extra $26.28 tax and tip for a total of $82.28. Pretty expensive brunch for us, but it forced us out of our comfort zone and I got to see what this well known restaurant was all about.Himalayan Heritage. Even though I bought the Groupon in order to try Nepalese cuisine, I wimped out and ordered the usual Indian things I always get: Samosa (this one was super spicy)....