No false modesty here. If enthusiasm for a curry was a national sport, Glasgow would regularly make the UK’s last four with Birmingham, Bradford and Leicester, and might even lift the trophy occasionally.
When it comes to Indian cuisine, Glaswegians are discerning gourmets, which means that today’s Big Deal will pique the interest and the tastebuds. The Ashoka West End is offering an enticing deal on a sit-in meal for two, four or six people.
West End dining
Available in the evenings from 5pm until 11pm from Sunday to Friday at the Ashoka West End on Argyle Street, the meals include a starter of the chef’s sharing platter, and a main chosen from curries up to the value of £11.25. Dishes come with plain or pulao rice and plain naan to share.
The Big Deal is for parties of two, four or six and also offers the option of king prawn starters for a supplement of £1.95 or king prawn curries for a supplement of £2.95.
Authentic Indian cuisine
The Ashoka on Argyle Street has been serving up authentic Indian dishes since 1973, attracting a loyal clientele.
The menu includes the time-tested classics like Bhuna, Rogan Josh or Korma alongside less familiar house specialities such as Jalandhri with a hint of coconut cream, and Malaidar, rich with spinach and cream.
Ashoka West End has always been a popular choice with 5pm customers. The restaurant enjoys an impressive rating of 4.3/5, with recent reviews including the following:
‘Can honestly say it was fab, the staff could not be any nicer, pleasant, helpful, and knew exactly what was in each dish and their recommendations were absolutely spot on.’
‘All dishes were very fresh and made to a high standard. The service was fantastic and there were no delays in time between starter and main. Would highly recommend to all and we will be back.’
Sometimes a cold night demands a comforting visit to a superior Indian restaurant. With vouchers valid until Hogmanay, this Big Deal offers the opportunity to spice up the onset of winter. Additional vouchers can be sent as gifts if you fancy treating a curry-lover in your family.