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Get 15% off Delhi’s (& Mumbai’s) hottest restaurants + Nature's Basket discount

brown paper bag (BPB) brings you a coup
brown paper bag (BPB) brings you a coup

Lifestyle portal brown paper bag has launched The Coup Card, an exclusive card that gets you a 15% discount on food and alcohol (including brunch and set meals) at our favourite 20 restaurants, bars and gourmet stores in Delhi. There’s also a secret bar on the card - buy it to find out!

Put “Legally India” in the  referral box when you buy the Coup Card at www.coupcard.in, and one lucky Legally India reader will get their card for free!

The list of our Delhi partner restaurants is quite stellar, carefully curated and includes many of lawyers’ favourite haunts:

  • Amici,
  • Asian Haus,
  • b-bar,
  • Blue Frog,
  • Café Turtle and Full Circle Bookstore,
  • Carnatic Café,
  • Elma’s,
  • Edward’s,
  • Flavours,
  • Nature’s Basket (7.5% discount in Delhi, 12.5% in Mumbai),
  • Gunpowder,
  • Mamagoto,
  • Olive and Dirty Martini,
  • Olive Beach,
  • Ploof,
  • Potbelly and Mad Teapot,
  • S Bar (formerly Shalom),
  • Shiro,
  • Smoke House BBQ and Shroom,
  • SmokeHouse Grill,
  • T.L.R, and
  • Yum Yum Tree.

On top of that, get the same 15% off your bill at 15 restaurants (and Nature’s Basket stores) in Mumbai – more valuable than an AmEx for Delhi lawyers who get around on business. [Note: You’ll need a Delhi address to order this card]

The card is priced at Rs 200 a month - seriously! - and is valid over a period of six months starting May 1 2013 in Delhi (Rs 1,200 for six months). And during this period, the card can be used an unlimited number of times, and even by up to four of your family members!

Buy one and be part of the Coup. You can buy the card at www.coupcard.in!

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