Curry is a wonder food. It can keep you cool in summer as well as keeping you toasty in the colder months.
Switch on your internal central heating with today’s Big Deal on a meal for two at the ever popular Green Chilli Café.
A buzzy restaurant on Argyle Street, the Green Chilli Café is a hot spot for the West End’s curry lovers.
Sure to spice up the taste buds of any chilli head, this offer is for two people to each enjoy a starter and main course from the a la carte menu along with a small glass of wine, half pint of lager or bottle of beer.
The menu at the Green Chilli Café is bursting with delicious Indian dishes; many of them prepared in authentic desi or home style.
Popular starters include the chicken pakora, spiced onion rings and chicken seekh kebab.
Of course, Glasgow has also developed its own curry culture. Who can say no to a haggis pakora?
When it comes to the main courses, chilli heads may want to tuck into the spicy achari chicken while those who like their spice but not too much of a nip might prefer the smooth and creamy chicken chasni.
For the real Indian deal, try the desi lamb, a bhoona style lamb dish with added green chilli, ginger and coriander – delicious.
Whatever your tastes, there are over twenty different curries to choose from at the Green Chilli. That’s a whole host of old favourites and spicy new friends just waiting to be introduced.
There is a £1.50 supplement on all prawn, fish and lamb chop dishes.
This offer is available in the late afternoon and early evening from Tuesday to Thursday, from 4pm to 10:30pm, Friday to Sunday and noon til 4pm on Sundays. It’s perfect for a lazy, weekend lunch, after work curry or pre-theatre dinner.
The Green Chilli Café is winning plenty of fans on the 5pm restaurant site where it has been rated a very decent 4.3/5.
This is what a recent diner thought of her experiences at the West End dining spot:
‘Favourite place. Love this place and always travel 6 miles to get there!’ Rating 4.4/5
We also liked this TripAdvisor review, especially the opening pun:
‘Tap(as) of the tree. As a huge fan of Indian food the Green Chilli is my all time favourite. Outstanding food with staff to match.’