Can't rate this highly enough
We had visitors and brought them here. We had to eat late so we ate from the a la carte, which was full of excellent choices, and we appreciated the selection of amuse-bouches we were presented with.
Thumbs up for Beneroti
Took son and girlfriend here and they loved the concept - and the food.
Indian and Italian restaurant in West End
Located on the popular Finnieston stretch of Sauchiehall Street, Beneroti offers much loved dishes from Indian and Italian cooking traditions. The two cuisines are hugely popular and Beneroti gives diners the opportunity to enjoy both under one roof. Guests are welcome to order an Italian starter and an Indian main, or vice versa, to spice things up.
Punjabi curries and Italian classics
Both the Italian menu and the Indian menu at Beneroti are extensive and offer classic and modern takes on both cuisines. There is also a great choice of prime Scottish beef steaks and seafood.
Popular favourites on the Italian menu include the pollo Milanese, seabass with a saffron tomato confit, lasagne, king prawn linguine and the lobster ravioli.
The Indian menu also boasts an array of delicious favourites including the traditional Punjabi and bhoona style curries, monkfish curry and king prawn Goanese curry. For those who like a little less spice, the butter chicken and chicken tikka masala have many fans.
Beneroti also offers an impressive vegetarian choice. In particular, the Indian menu features several classic vegetarian curries such as okra, aloo gobi, paneer and daal. Others, like the flamed-roasted aubergine curry, may be less familiar but are equally delicious.
Local attractions and transport links
Beneroti is at the fashionable Finnieston end of Sauchiehall Street within easy walking distance of Kelvingrove Park. Kelvinhall is the nearest subway station and the restaurant is equidistant between the Charing Cross and Exhibition Centre train stations. There is restricted on-street parking as well as plentiful taxis in the surrounding area. The Hydro, SECC and the Kelvingrove Gallery and Art Museum are all within a ten to fifteen minute walk from Beneroti.