A Glasgow curry institution
Meal for two people for £16
Deal includes two starters, two main courses, rice and plain nan
Well-loved curry recipes and house specialities
Easy to reach West End location with nearby parking
Several world changing events took place in 1973. The UK entered the EEC; the first edition of Last of the Summer Wine was broadcast and the Ashoka West End opened.
Historians will decide which event had the most lasting impact but let’s just say that Last of the Summer Wine has finished and the EU’s coat is hanging on a distinctly shoogly peg.
By contrast, the spicy delights of the Ashoka West End continue to go from strength to strength in invincible fashion. The adjacent Kelvingrove may crumble but it would be foolish man who bet that the Ashoka West End will ever fall from favour.
Fast approaching its 40th birthday, the Ashoka West End has delivered the dhansak, proffered the pathia and tempted generations of curry-loving Glaswegians with its chicken tikka masala.
Countless curry-lovers have experienced their first Bhoona rush and kindled their initial cardamom crush at the Ashoka West End.
With today’s Big Deal you can take a bite from one of Glasgow’s most enduring culinary legends.
Starters include the cross cultural delights of the haggis pakora and the more traditional Indian tandoori drumsticks.
Among the main courses are such fragrant goodies as the Goan fish curry and the paprika-tinged tomato-flavoured punch of the classic rogan josh.
Delicate flowers will enjoy the creamy, coconut flavours of a korma while asbestos-tongued chilli heads can enjoy sweating over a South Indian garlic chilli chicken.
If you want to spice up your taste buds then don’t be a dill. Cumin to the Ashoka West End armed with a voucher from today’s Big Deal:
£16 for a two course meal at Ashoka West End; a 54% saving on the standard £35