According to The Supremes’ hit You Can’t Hurry Love. Perhaps not but at Glasgow’s Kama Sutra restaurant on Sauchiehall Street, you can definitely love curry.
The well established Indian restaurant may be named after an erotic text but it is the spiciness of the cooking that gets Kama Sutra diners hot under the collar rather than anything more saucy.
Of course, that doesn’t mean that the Kama Sutra is the wrong place for a romantic rendezvous.
With its aromatic foods, seductive music and sensuous surrounds, it provides a spicy feast for all the senses.
Whether you want to gaze into the eyes of your soul mate over a saag aloo or have a night of Bhoona-powered banter with your chums, today’s Big Deal should be love at first sight.
Vouchers are valid against both the a la carte menu and drinks.
The Kama Sutra has a fun menu. Authentic choices among the starters include bhel puri puffed rice stuffed with potatoes and a tangy tamarind sauce or samosa filled with an exotic fusion of spicy veg.
Alternatively, cement the Scots-Indian Auld Alliance with a haggis pakora.
All the rogan josh, kormas and jalfrezi dishes that you might expect are present and correct along with regional specialities such as the nalli walla gosht, an aromatic dish from Lucknow made with lamb cooked on the bone.
The Kama Sutra is understandably popular among 5pm users. This is what Hazel Burns had to say earlier this month:
‘I am a frequent visitor to this restaurant and it never fails to impress me. Food, service and value for money are all brilliant.’
If you think curry is the food of love then make a move on today’s Big Deal:
£10 for £22 worth of food and drink at Kama Sutra Indian restaurant; a 54% saving