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74 Trongate, G1 5EP
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.
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.
24 Candleriggs, G1 1LD
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.
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.
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.
42 Albion Street, G1 1LH
Madha is a contemporary Indian restaurant on Albion Street in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. The bright, open dining room that looks onto the street gives way to a larger space tucked away beyond the bar. Opened in the summer of 2017, Madha is pleasingly different from traditional Anglo-Indian restaurants and offers an intriguing range of dishes which would not look out of place in Jaipur or Kochi. The menu is adaptable to any dietary requirement and even offers vegan wines, if required.
82 Howard Street, G1 4EE
Madras Cafe is South Indian soul food restaurant in Glasgow city centre. Beyond its quirky pink exterior, the restaurant is a haven of Indian comfort food and street cuisine, all freshly made to order.
261 - 263 Hope Street, G2 3PS
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.
149 Elderslie Street, G3 7JR
Mr Singh’s India is an Indian restaurant with a unique Scottish twist located just off Sauchiehall Street near Glasgow’s Charing Cross area, suitably located between the city centre and the west end. With friendly staff and a contemporary restaruant, Mr Singh’s India is the place for a celebration or quiet meal, accommodating to all parties with a varied menu, mixing the best Indian cuisine with a few Scottish highlights.
426 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3JD
Inspired by food hawkers, Tuk Tuk Glasgow offers the same rustic roadside and railway station dishes which are served up to the busy office workers and school children on the streets of India.
Their dishes are the simple, earthy, lovingly prepared food of the people, representing the tastes of India today.
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