Not the Ashton Lane one but the one near the Double Tree. Limited menu but the quality of food benefited from that, the haddock starter was delicious.
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If you want a hot meal for lunch, this is a good place. They have lots of options for smaller portions and the wait time is not very long. The staff is very friendly and we had a great time.
My husband and I thought we would try it out. We both like a hot curry, I ordered chicken and my husband ordered slow cooked beef. The rice came out, not the pilau rice I am used to (or had in India and Bangladesh), it...More
We made the beginners mistake of turning up early for our table and were turned away (as there was no space to wait inside). Once in, we were served promptly and our food did not take long to arrive. Excellent choice from the menu, we...More
Really fantastic. Atmosphere great, staff attentive and helpful and of course importantly the food was delicious - our visitors from Canada wanted to go here after enjoying so much a couple of years ago and the wee curry shop lived up to expectations. We were...More
Just went for food, don't normally do reviews but really unsatisfactory meal. My partner use to quote it as the best curry in Glasgow - garlic chilli chicken. However, we think in the last year there's been a change in staff as the last few...More
I never miss an opportunity to eat here whenever I'm in Glasgow. Tucked upstairs on Ashton Lane, you could miss it. Don't! Everything is delicious, although I admit to not having tried their take on haggis. Great for a date (I really missed my wife)....More
Great wee Indian restaurant in Ashton Lane. Tucked away upstairs from "Jinty McGinty's" it could be hard not to notice. More fool you if you did... It's great for an inexpensive, quality, Indian meal... Either as a pre-theatre/cinema bite, or as a night out type...More