About Green Gates Cafe
Amazing cafe and staff!
We came here last night for dinner. Despite us being a bit late, they still gave us the pre-theatre menu which was great. The food was excellent, really fresh and the fish pakora was the best I had tasted. The curries were amazing and we will definitely be back! The manager was lovely and staff were very attentive! Thank you!
Can't wait to go back again!
Went for the first time in Saturday with a friend. We had a voucher for 2 course lunch for 8.95. I can't fault the food it was delicious! We had the chicken majors to start and it was the best I've had! Main was just as good can't wait to go back and the manager very friendly made us feel very welcome.
Regional Indian cuisine in the Merchant City
After the success of its sister restaurant in Stirling, Green Gates is now bringing home-style, regional Indian cuisine to the Merchant City. Situated on Candleriggs, the restaurant offers an intimate, candlelit space with splashes of tartan. Diners can sample flavours from both North and South India, cooked up by a head chef who has trained extensively in India.
Street food tapas and classic clay oven dishes
Green Gates offers two core menus — a tapas selection inspired by old-style Delhi cafes and a health-focused selection of tandoori choices.
From the tapas menu, you can enjoy street food classics like honey & chilli potato fritters; chilli garlic fish pakora and various stuffed flatbreads. You can also share a selection of tapas curry dishes like Punjabi chana masala, Goan fish curry or classic butter chicken.
Tandoori choices cooked up in a clay charcoal oven include whole chicken, lamb chops, seekh kebab, monkfish, sea bass and jumbo king prawns, as well as a mixed grill selection. There are quite a few veggie tandoori options too, including soya cutlets and fresh paneer.
Where is Green Gates Cafe?
Green Gates is based centrally in one of Glasgow’s main dining hubs, a 10-minute walk from both Central and Queen Street stations. The restaurant is handy for the Tron Theatre and Old Fruitmarket, so you could stop here for a bite to eat before a show. Pay parking is available at Q-Park on Candleriggs.