About India Quay
Lovely restaurant, great food and friendly staff
Contemporary Indian restaurant in Finnieston
Situated in Glasgow’s West End, India Quay is a chic Indian restaurant on Finnieston Street with terrific views overlooking the River Clyde and affectionately nicknamed ‘Squinty Bridge’ (the Clyde Arc). The restaurant is a short distance from the Scottish Hydro, Clyde auditorium and SECC and is as popular in the evenings with pre- and post-concert diners as it is during the day with office workers on lunch.
Traditional cuisine in modern surroundings
India Quay’s menu is made up of classic dishes as well as showcasing the creativity of their talented chefs. Promising a taste sensation with choices to suit all palates, there is even an extensive vegetarian section with dishes like aloo gobi (diced potato & cauliflower florets in a robust semi-dry masala) and tomato makhni pannier (homemade cottage cheese cooked in a tomato, onion & mildly spiced cream sauce).
Customer favourites such as Ceylonese korma, chicken tikka chasni and lamb rogan gosht feature on the menu along with innovative additions such as the cheese, chilli & coriander naan, and the chicken tikka sharabi (a dish that simmers chicken in a traditional sauce, but adds a generous measure of brandy for an extra kick).
Transport links in Finnieston
India Quay is a brisk 10 minute walk from the Exhibition Centre train station, with bus stops around the corner from the restaurant on Finnieston and Lancefield Quays. There is limited street parking close to India Quay, although payable parking is available at nearby hotels.