About Masala Twist City Centre
Will definitely be back
My friend and I went to Masala Twist yesterday. We had previously been to the Byres Road restaurant and enjoyed it so we were assuming the city centre one would also be good. We absolutely were not disappointed. The staff were amazing, great fun, attentive and made us feel very welcome. The food was delicious and with the 5PM deal, excellent value for money. We will definitely be back. Thanks guys.
Food was lovely as was the service, very friendly and welcoming and we all had a great time all we did was laugh! Would recommend and return asap!
Authentic Indian restaurant in city centre
Masala Twist City Centre is a Indian restaurant located on Hope Street in Glasgow’s city centre. The success of its sister restaurant in the city’s West End led to the second branch of Masala Twist being established, and aims to continue the commitment to traditional Indian cooking methods using finely sourced local ingredients.
With its elegant decor adding to the warm, welcoming atmosphere, the restaurant prides itself on providing extremely personable customer service as well as authentic cuisine that can cater to all tastes.
Indian cuisine with a Scottish twist
The restaurant’s open kitchen allows customers to see the the chefs in action as they put a Scottish twist on traditional Indian dishes. Classics items such as lamb rogan josh, butter chicken and tandoori seekh kebab can be found on the menu at Masala Twist as well as their signature rabbit curry and grouse tikka dishes.
Masala Twist City Centre also offers a ‘tapas-style’ dining experience where guests can choose various dishes like the mince & tatties curry, lamb bhoona or venison curry.
Prime location, close to Central & Queen Street Stations
Masala Twist City Centre is in a prime city centre location on Hope Street, being walking distance from Glasgow shopping hubs Buchanan Galleries and Sauchiehall Street and ideally located for Glasgow Cineworld. It is easily accessible from both Queen Street and Central Train Stations and Buchanan Street Subway.