Best Indian restaurants in Glasgow

Best Indian Restaurants in Glasgow

Babu Bombay Street Kitchen

Glasgow's best places to get a curry, as hitlisted in our Eating & Drinking Guide

Hitlisted

Glasgow has a wealth of traditional curry houses that cater for all tastes, palates, and wallets. But there's also a trend towards more authentic Punjabi cuisine picking up pace, too. Whether you prefer the former or the latter, there's an abundance of choice, in a city that boasts a burning passion for, and perhaps some of the country's best, Indian food. What ties them all together is an emphasis on warm welcomes, friendly service and big flavours.

Babu Bombay Street Kitchen
186 West Regent Street, City Centre, G2 4RU
A city centre basement space serving Mumbai-style street eats, curries and delicious treats.
babu-kitchen.com | read our review of Babu Bombay Street Kitchen

Balbir's
26A Renfield Street, City Centre, G2 1LU
Modern and creative take on ancient Indian recipes, pedantic preparation and fresh, quality ingredients.
balbirs.co.uk | read our review of Balbir's

Chaakoo Bombay Café
1347 Argyle Street, West End, G3 8AD
Irani-Indian inspired café serving flavoursome small plates of vegetable and meat curries, tandoori and fish.
chaakoo.co.uk | read our review of Chaakoo Bombay Café

The Dhabba
44 Candleriggs, Merchant City, G1 1LE
This contemporary Merchant City curryhouse dishes up original and creative North Indian specialities.
thedhabba.com | read our review of The Dhabba

Mother India
28 Westminster Terrace, Sauchiehall Street, Finnieston, G3 7RU
Culinary heavy-hitter serving Punjabi cuisine, with an overarching emphasis on quality ingredients and cooking.
motherindiaglasgow.co.uk | Read our review of Mother India

Mother India's Café
1355 Argyle Street, West End, G3 7RU
Popular branch of the Mother India family at Kelvingrove, offering tapas-style portions of immaculately spiced dishes.
motherindia.co.uk | read our review of Mother India's Café

Ranjit's Kitchen
607 Pollokshaws Road, Southside, G41 2QG
A family-run Southside favourite serving freshly made, delicious vegetarian food from the Punjab.
ranjitskitchen.com | read our review of Ranjit's Kitchen

Eating & Drinking Guide 2017/18

Eating & Drinking Guide 2017/18

24th Edition published April 2017. Widely recognised as the most reliable, comprehensive and authoritative guide to eating out in more than 950+ restaurants, bistros, cafes and bars in Glasgow and Edinburgh.

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Comments

1. Bev Milliken12 Oct 2015, 1:16pm Report

Noticed The Shenaz is not on your list. has is closed down as it used to be "packed out" every weekend

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