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641 Great Western Road , G12 8RE
West End, Glasgow
Homestyle Indian cuisine in the West End
Sultan’s occupies a prime spot on Great Western Road, handy for many of the main shops and bars of the West End. Promising authentic Indian and Pakistani homestyle food, you can enjoy tucking into a range of South Asian soul dishes.
1284 Argyle Street, G3 8AB
A West End landmark since 1973, the Ashoka on Argyle Street has an extensive menu of authentic Indian dishes. Located a stone’s throw from Kelvingrove Art Gallery, it has a cosy atmosphere and attentive staff.
268 Clarkston Road, G44 3EA
South Side, Glasgow
A mainstay of Indian cuisine in Glasgow’s south side since 1991, Ashoka provides great Indian cuisine in a relaxed, cosy atmosphere. The restaurant is located on Clarkston Road and serves traditional Indian dishes in a relaxed, welcoming setting. Child-friendly with highchairs and a children’s menu available, Ashoka Southside has stylish look and a combination of booths and tables where patrons can comfortably enjoy their meals.
1 Alloway Place, KA7 2AA
Ayr, Ayrshire & Arran
Serving authentic Indian food in the coastal town of Ayr, Ayr India is a popular dining spot for locals and visitors to the area. It combines healthy, seasonal Indian cooking with an informal, family friendly atmosphere.
150 Commercial Street, EH6 6LB
Cuisine: Far Eastern, Indian, Thai
Named after the Royal Yacht Britannia which is berthed nearby, Britannia Spice is located in a former whisky warehouse on Commercial Street. The restaurant itself is in ship-shape condition; immaculately clean with rope ladders and ships’ helms carefully chosen to accentuate the maritime theme. Child-friendly and wheelchair accessible, Britannia Spice serves multi-ethnic cuisine with dishes from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Thailand. An AA Rosette for culinary excellence is the latest in a long line of awards.
The Lorne Hotel, G3 7TQ
Part of the Lorne Hotel on Sauchiehall Street, Bukharah has long been popular with Indian food fans who are happy to look beyond the most familiar options. With its exposed piping and brick walls, the award-winning Bukharah Indian restaurant has the stylish modern looks to match its creative menus. Offering smart, professional and welcoming service, Bukharah is ideal for a family celebration, working lunch or romantic meal.
26A Renfield Street, G2 1LU
City Centre, Glasgow
Charcoals is an award-winning restaurant on Renfield Street in the city centre of Glasgow serving Indian cuisine cooked on a charcoal grill. The relaxed eatery prides itself on providing diners with exceptional food and service, and given Charcoals’ popularity with regular visitors as well as newcomers this is a certainly a winning combination.
74 Trongate, G1 5EP
Merchant City, Glasgow
Cuisine: Indian, Traditional
Charcoals Cafe on Glasgow’s Trongate is the little brother to the more established and multi-award-winning Charcoals on Renfield Street.
1st Floor, G1 1NP
Part of Glasgow’s vibrant Merchant City, Dakhin is a restaurant specialising in South Indian cooking rather than generic Indian dishes. The sister restaurant to the nearby Dhabba which serves northern Indian specialities, Dakhin is located on an airy first floor space, and has an open plan kitchen for guests to watch their choices come to life. Dakhin was the first southern Indian restaurant, not just in Glasgow but the whole of Scotland, to dedicate itself to unique, regional specialities, which sets it apart from most of its peers.
44 Candleriggs, G1 1LE
Based in Glasgow’s Merchant City on Candleriggs, Dhabba has brought north Indian cooking to the city centre. Dhabba was one of the first Indian restaurants in Glasgow to concentrate on regional specialities rather than Anglo-Indian staples. The result is an award-winning restaurant whose sleek, modern looks match its innovative approach to Indian food.
1293 Argyle Street, G3 8TL
Green Chilli Cafe on Argyle Street in Glasgow’s West End and close to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Serving Indian cuisine, the restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere and a menu with curries that can be served as main courses or in tapas-style portions.
50 East Fountainbridge, EH3 9BH
Guchhi is a contemporary Indian Seafood Restaurant on East Fountainbridge in Edinburgh. It brings together the best of Indian culinary know how and freshly sourced seafood.The chefs have worked in India for a number of years from Goa to New Delhi and absorbed the styles and specialities of each area into their cooking. The enthusiastic staff and welcoming interior only add to the dining experience.
25/27 Cockburn Street, EH1 1BP
Old Town, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Indian, Nepalese
On Cockburn Street in Edinburgh city centre, Gurkha Café is a well established restaurant which serves dishes from Nepal, the Himalayas and North India. Scenes of Nepalese life line the walls while the exposed rafters help give the impression that you just might be dining in a mountain hut.
914/916 Sauchiehall Street , G3 7TF
Cuisine: Indian, Modern, Tapas
Named after the stickers that are often found on Indian trucks, Horn Please is a contemporary Indian street food restaurant on Sauchiehall Street. Rattan furniture, national newspapers used as wallpaper and a vintage water pump all add to an enjoyably quirky atmosphere.
272-274 Morrison Street, EH3 8DT
Haymarket, Gorgie & Dalry, Edinburgh
Cuisine: Indian, Seafood, Vegetarian/Vegan
Ignite is an Indian restaurant on Morrison Street in Edinburgh’s West End. The warm, rich decor reflects the warm welcome which the staff extend to their customers. Linen table cloths and highly polished glasses demonstrate Ignite’s ambitions to offer a sophisticated dining experience. Ideal for a business lunch, romantic dinner or a group celebration, Ignite enjoys a convenient Haymarket location.
450 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD
Indian Gallery is on Sauchiehall Street in the city centre of Glasgow and a short distance from the Kings Theatre, so is ideally located for a pre- or post-theatre meal. All dishes are made to order by the restaurant’s chefs and whilst traditional and modern Indian items appear on the menus, so do some European options.
14 Marrfield Terrace, EH54 5PY
Jamuna is a family-owned Indian based in Uphall village near Livingston. With a commitment to putting customers first, as well as a relaxed atmosphere, comfy red banquette seating and a varied menu, you can look forward to an enjoyable feast.
331 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3HW
Located at the more lively end of Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street, the Kama Sutra has an ability to consistently deliver just what its curry-loving customers. Although it is named after the Indian erotic text, Glasgow’s Kama Sutra focuses on the pleasures of the table rather than any other variety.
16 Drummond Street, EH8 9TX
South Side, Edinburgh
Just around the corner from the Festival theatre and Edinburgh University Old College, Kama Sutra is an Indian fusion restaurant on Drummond Street. If one of you wants an Indian; one of you would like to go for Chinese and a third prefers Mexican, Kama Sutra is the solution to your dilemma.
2022 Maryhill Road, G20 0AB
Killermont Polo Club in Maryhill is an authentic Indian restaurant which has been packing in the diners since 1991. Not a typical, run-of-the-mill Indian restaurant, it has its own polo team. Following an extensive and stylish refurbishment, Killermont Polo Club now features a clubhouse room, traditional dining room and two private dining areas. While the design has been refreshed, the friendly welcome remains as warm as ever at this relaxed, family-run business on Glasgow’s Maryhill Road.
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