Obsession of India

115 reviews

25 High Street, G1 1LX

Merchant City, Glasgow

Cuisine: Indian

Popular offer at Obsession of India

  • £14.95
    £14.95 for 2 courses on 5pm menu + rice/nan + glass of wine or soft

About Obsession of India

  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    One of the best Indian restaurants in Glasgow!

    Went yesterday for lunch with my sister and we certainly weren’t disappointed. We both had vegetable pakora which were very light and tasty, accompanied with a lovely dip each.For mains, again we chose the same dish which was chicken dopiazza and thought the food was fantastic. The sauce was delicious and so full of flavour and the chicken was very tender. The staff are very friendly and there’s a nice ambience about the restaurant. Overall I would highly recommend this place to friends and family and can’t wait to go back for another very pleasant experience. Keep up the good work!
    - dined in restaurant 01/06/2018
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Telling everyone about this place!

    The food is fantastic and the service is excellent. I would recommend this place to anyone. If you love Indian food you must try Obsession of India!
    - dined in restaurant 10/05/2018

Authentic Indian on Glasgow High Street

Opened in the autumn of 2015, Obsession of India is a welcoming Indian restaurant by Glasgow’s Merchant City. An airy space with chandeliers and a timbered ceiling, it is on the High Street and conveniently located for a curry before a show at the Tron or a gig at Barrowland.

Fresh, high quality ingredients

Obsession of India offers diners an extensive choice of familiar curries, house specialities, biryanis and bbq dishes cooked in the tandoor oven. Old school favourites include the bhoona, dopiaza and karahi curries.
Among the chef’s signature dishes are the gola narsi – a medium spicy curry made with chicken and cheese – and the chicken smoke karahi which is a medium spicy curry with a smoky tang.
 House specialities include the fiery South Indian garlic chilli and the sweet and sour masaledar which is flavoured with ginger, garlic and capsicums.

The tandoor dishes are highly recommended. The lamb chops and king prawn options are very popular as the range of kebabs offered by Obsession of India. The mixed grill is a great way of trying several tandoor dishes.

Local transport and attractions

Obsession of India is on Glasgow High Street. there is limited on-street parking and pay parking at the High Street railway station. The nearest subway is St Enoch. Local attractions include Barrowland concert hall, the Trom theatre and Glasgow Cathedral.

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