Student Discount – 10%. Eat in Only.
At the Eastern Eye, we know how stressful studies can be with projects, research, revision and exams. We think you deserve to treat yourselves to some delicious food in a fun atmosphere. That is why the Eastern Eye is proud to offer our valued student customers 10% off the total order when eating in. Simply present a valid student card. Get in touch for more details and conditions.
Collection and Takeaway – 15%
When you order a takeaway from us, we understand that you are longing for an authentic, fulfilling and delicious Indian meal. Eastern Eye offers a great 15% discount on all takeaway orders for collection. Get in touch for more details and conditions.
Set meals are a great way to take the stress out of ordering, especially if you’re new to Indian cuisine, want to try something different or fancy a taste of different flavours. Our immensely talented and experienced chefs have chosen what they think to be the most flavoursome dishes at great value for money.
Lunchtime 3 Course Meal Offer - £9.95
2-Course A-la-Carte Meal Offer - £13.85
Our exclusive a-la-carte meal offer runs from Sunday to Tuesday and is a firm favourite amongst regular patrons and new customers alike. For only £13.95, you have a wide array of choice from the main menus. Simply choose any starter (except mixed platter), a Chef’s Classic or Signature Speciality dish and boiled rice, pilau rice or any naan.
About The Eastern Eye
The exquisite traditional Indian food served at the Eastern Eye is packed full of authentic and vibrant flavours, spices and ingredients. What one would call traditional Indian dishes are actually dishes made from vastly different cultures, religions and periods of India’s history.
At the heart of each dish, however, is the spices. The same spice, prepared in different methods bring out multitudes of different flavours and intensities. At the Eastern Eye, our highly trained chefs have many years of expertise preparing, cooking and serving the great array of Indian dishes using authentic methods.
The premises now numbered 8-8a Quiet Street was built in 1824 to the design of Bath architect, Henry Edmund Goodridge. Goodridge also designed the entrance block to the Corridor in the High Street. No 8 formed the ‘Auction Mart & Bazaar’.
On its first floor, a large and lofty hall was used for meetings and exhibitions and later as a Methodist Chapel. The two statues in the niches are the work of Lucius Gahagan, they represent ‘Commerce’ and ‘Genius’. The figure in the apex of the pediment is by an unknown sculptor and represents ‘Mercury’, the god of trade and communication