Never mind a partridge in a pear tree or seven swans-a-swimming.
If you really want to curry favour with a loved one this Christmas then give them the gift of Indian food with today’s Big Deal from Mr Singh’s India.
The offer is for a £50 food spend voucher from the a la carte menu at the popular Elderslie Street restaurant.
Long established Indian
Since opening in 1994, three generations of the Singh family have served Glasgow’s curry lovers with menus that blend Indian culinary tradition with the occasional Scottish twist.
Consistently well reviewed, it has the slogan ‘Mr Singh’s India – the home of curry’.
A la carte dining
Available seven days a week, today’s Big Deal is for two people to enjoy all that the tremendous a la carte menu has to offer.
Ideal for curry fans that want variety, the a la carte is packed with authentic Indian dishes.
The selection of starters includes haggis pakora, chicken wings, bhajis and tandoori drum sticks.
Tempting main courses include the chicken dopiaza; a mild chasni made with haggis and lamb ambala – the Singh family signature dish made to a secret recipe.
If you like your curry mild then try the chicken korma – a fruity fusion of yoghurt, saffron milk, pineapples, peaches, mango or bananas.
Those who like it hot, sweet and spicy, might prefer the punchy south Indian garlic chilli prawns.
And we haven’t even mentioned the tandoori section. We’ve got first dibs on the tandoori mixed grill but might be tempted by the salmon tandoori.
Of course, there are also lots of veggie options. Being lentil lovers, we can seldom see past the tarka dall.
At the time of writing, just over 240 people have given Mr Singh’s a combined rating of 4.2/5.
This recent reviews is typical:
‘This was my first time. We were treated as if we were regulars. The staff were lovely and very friendly. The menu was great. And the food tasted delicious. Absolutely spot on. Probably the nicest Indian I have had in Glasgow.’ Rating 5/5
If there is a curry fan in your life then this Big Deal with Mr Singh’s India would make the ideal Christmas gift.
January never seems quite as cold when there is a curry night booked into the diary.