Cafe India

442 reviews

29 Albion Street, G1 1LH

Merchant City, Glasgow

Cuisine: Indian, Vegetarian/Vegan

£23.95 per person Buffet OFFER

  • £23.95
    £23.95 per person Buffet

£12.95 for 3 courses on Festive Lunch menu + drink OFFER

  • £12.95
    £12.95 for 3 courses on Festive Lunch menu + drink

£29.95 Festive Buffet and Party  OFFER

  • £29.95
    £29.95 Festive Buffet and Party

£24.95 Festive Buffet & Karaoke Party OFFER

  • £24.95
    £24.95 Festive Buffet & Karaoke Party

£23.95 per person 3 course Festive Dinner + drink OFFER

  • £23.95
    £23.95 per person 3 course Festive Dinner + drink

£21.95 per person 3 course Festive Dinner + drink OFFER

  • £21.95
    £21.95 per person 3 course Festive Dinner + drink

About Cafe India

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Food drinks and venue fab

    All great- pakora, main meal chicken/lamb bhuna or masala no dislike of any kind just delicious.
    janet mcdaid - dined in restaurant 19/08/2018
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Fab

    Food as usual was amazing and the staff are so pleasant and helpful. Love this place.
    Marcella O'Neill - dined in restaurant 13/05/2018

Well established Indian restaurant in Merchant City

Cafe India is a popular Indian restaurant on Albion Street in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Established in 1987, it has always moved with the times while staying true to authentic Indian cooking. The kitchen uses fresh and natural ingredients to create both traditional Indian dishes and innovative, new flavours.

Fuse new flavours and traditional tastes

The Cafe India kitchen team like to fuse flavours so that the starters on offer might include haggis pakora or Bombay mussels steamed and then tossed with garlic, white wine and cream. Other appetisers, such as the mixed tandoori platter or the assorted puris are more traditional. Old favourites such as bhoonas, biryanis sit alongside a great selection of chef’s specials like the lamb genius – lamb with a touch of Guinness – or the zaikedar – a mix of chicken, lamb and king prawn in a ginger and garlic cream sauce. Dare devils may wish to try the tikka chance – the hottest curry on the menu.

Merchant City Indian, nearby attractions

Located on Albion Street in the Merchant City, Cafe India is a short walk from the City Halls, Old Fruitmarket and the Tron Theatre. It is roughly a five minute walk from the High Street and Argyle Street train stations and a ten minute walk from Queen Street Station. There are ample pay parking facilities nearby.

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