About Kama Sutra
booked through 5pm and was not disappointed - first time at the restaurant and will be back - large menu and prompt service. My husband had reviewed the menu on line and chosen but on arrival could not see it but asked for it and the waiter said they would prepare for him and he thoroughly enjoyed it. All the better at the end when 20% was taken off for booking with 5pm
We'll be back....
Haven't been to the Kama Sutra for years, but decided to give it a try as we were in the area for a gig at a local pub.
We were greeted very warmly,shown to our table and our drinks order quickly taken. Our drinks arrived with complimentary poppadums and spiced onions, which were really fresh and delicious, with a definite chilli kick to get the tastebuds going.
The pre-theatre menu had plenty to choose from,and featured lots of Glasgow's curry favourites. We decided on vegetable and chicken pakora to start, both really delicious,followed by lamb bhoonas,plus pilau rice and garlic naan to share.
The portions were generous,with lots of tender chunks of lamb in the curries,with lots of truly delicious bhoona sauce. A massive portion of rice was more than enough to share,and the garlic naan was huge.
The whole Kama Sutra experience was fantastic. The staff are lovely,very attentive without being intrusive. All the staff were friendly,smiling and generally lovely.
A great evening, we were stuffed by the time we left for our gig. The pre-theatre menu is fantastic value (£11.95 per person for two courses at the time of our visit), and we will DEFINITELY be back,first chance we get!
Popular city centre Indian restaurant
Located towards the Charing X end of Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street, the Kama Sutra is a long-running and much loved Glasgow Indian restaurant. Although it is named after the famous Indian erotic text, and has demure pictures from the book on the walls, the Kama Sutra focuses on the pleasures of the table.
The restaurant is within walking distance of many great bars and clubs but some choose to make a night of it in the downstairs function suite – home to the Kama Sutra karaoke or kamakaraoke.
Traditional curries & regional specialities
As well as good value lunch and pre-theatre menus, the a la carte at Kama Sutra has a good mix of familiar favourites and exciting regional specialities. Kormas, bhoonas, dhansak and Madras curries are all available with chicken, lamb and prawn while the Taste of India section contains tempting choices such as lamb balti – a dish given a kick by the addition of ground pickles.
As always, the sizzling dishes from the tandoor oven are popular at Kama Sutra. In particular, lots of diners love the kebabi khazana – a medley of BBQ chicken, lamb, king prawns, lamb chops and mince kebab. Among the regional specialities are the spicy Himalayan hotpot and an authentic Bengali fish curry.
Near Charing Cross, taxi ranks nearby
Kama Sutra is wheelchair accessible and has taxi ranks nearby. There are multiple bus stops nearby. Walking to Queen Street or Central train stations will take around fifteen minutes.