About Indian Gallery
Value for money
Pleasant experience. I had the Tandoori Chicken and my wife had the chicken Balti - very tasty. Both highly recommended. Good choice as a venue if you are attending a concert in the O2 in Sauchiehall St. This was our second visit and hope to return,
I loved this Indian restaurant and will definitely be back. Food was really good and staff are friendly, Great place to start a good night out
Convenient city centre Indian restaurant
Indian Gallery is on Sauchiehall Street in the city centre of Glasgow and a short distance from the Kings Theatre, so is ideally located for a pre- or post-theatre meal. The restaurant serves authentic Indian cuisine and is their mezzanine area is a popular choice for larger groups on a work night out or celebrating a special occasion.
Skilled chefs, Indian & European menu items
All dishes are made to order by the restaurant’s chefs and whilst traditional and modern Indian items appear on the menus, so do some European options. A guest may begin their meal with that Glasgow favourite, the chicken breast pakora, before moving on to a main course of pan-fried salmon with lemon & cracked black pepper, cooked with tomatoes, onions and peppers. Alternatively they may opt for a starter of garlic mushrooms then select a hot and spicy south Indian garlic chilli curry or a creamy mild korma dish.
Diners wishing to try something a little different at Indian Gallery, such as their egg pakora, tandoori scallops or the chef’s recommended sumoodarie, which is specially prepared seafood dish with king prawns, scampi and prawns with ginger, garlic, green chillies and the restaurant’s special spices.
Close to Charing Cross, city centre accessibility
Indian Gallery is in Glasgow’s city centre and located on Sauchiehall Street. Charing Cross train station and Elmbank Street’s payable car park are each a 5 minute walk from the restaurant, with Cowcaddens Subway station a 15 minute (uphill) walk away.