Madha

32 reviews

42 Albion Street, G1 1LH

City Centre, Glasgow

Cuisine: Indian

About Madha

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    A hidden gem excellent food

    The food was absolutely amazing. From starter to main each dish was excellent. Would recommend trying the Varutharacha Kozhi - amazing Really need to pay this restaurant a visit.
    wendy mckechnie - dined in restaurant 08/11/2019
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Superb Indian Food

    We visited Madha for lunch on New Year’s Eve as a party of 5 adults and 2 children. We were warmly welcomed and given an explanation of the menu. Every single dish we ordered was delicious - fresh, authentic and full of flavour. The waiting staff were so kind to our children and created a mild chicken dish with peas at the request of our daughters - we very much appreciated that. I would not hesitate to return to Madha and would perhaps go as far as to say it outdid my own personal favourite in Glasgow, Mother India. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and the service provided and I am looking forward to returning in the near future.
    Joanne O'Byrne - dined in restaurant 31/12/2018

North and South Indian cuisine in Merchant City

Madha is a contemporary Indian restaurant on Albion Street in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. The bright, open dining room that looks onto the street gives way to a larger space tucked away beyond the bar. Opened in the summer of 2017, Madha is pleasingly different from traditional Anglo-Indian restaurants and offers an intriguing range of dishes which would not look out of place in Jaipur or Kochi. The menu is adaptable to any dietary requirement and even offers vegan wines, if required.

Authentic dishes from South and North India

Madha’s menu does feature familiar dishes such as tandoori chicken, veg samosa and lamb rogan josh. However, if you want to explore further away from the best known dishes, Madha has much to offer. From roast duck in a peppery, spice gravy to southern Indian dosa and idli cakes, there are lots of choices that cannot be found in other Indian restaurants in Glasgow. Naturally, the staff are more than happy to guide diners who are dithering between the sweetcorn and spinach shorba or the kanava – pan-fried baby squid in aromatic spices and tapioca. If chicken tikka masala no longer cuts the mustard for you, Madha has plenty of more exotic alternatives to try.

Merchant City transport and attractions

Madha is on Albion Street in Glasgow’s Merchant City. There is restricted on-street parking and lots of pay parking in the neighbourhood. Queen Street and Central Station are an easy ten minute walk. Nearby attractions include City Halls, Old Fruitmarket and the Tron Theatre.

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