We have put men on the Moon; eradicated smallpox and commissioned a fourth series of The Great British Bake Off.
These are all remarkable achievements but they pale beside the crowning glory which is a beautiful curry.
Celebrate all of mankind’s greatest triumphs with today’s Big Deal on a curry and drink at Mr Singh’s India on Elderslie Street.
From running pakora master classes to representing Glasgow in the Curry Capital of Britain Awards, Mr Singh’s India has long been a much loved player in the city’s vibrant Indian restaurant scene.
This Big Deal is a great way to see why Mr Singh’s India has been a hit with generations of Glasgow’s curry lovers.
This lip-licking Big Deal is for two people to each enjoy a curry from the traditional or speciality sections of Mr Singh’s a la carte menu.
In addition to the curries, diners can enjoy any fried or boiled rice and a 125ml glass of house wine; half pint of Kingfisher beer or draught soft drink.
The selection is mouth-watering. Traditionalists might want to try the rich lamb bhoona, sweet ‘n’ sour chicken chasni or the Mughlai korma made with ground cashews, aromatic spices and fresh cream.
Alternatively, take your taste buds off the beaten path a little with something from Mr Singh’s specialities section.
From a hot and spicy prawn balti to a garlicky lamb garam masala via the house speciality – the ambala, made to the Singhs’ secret recipe – there is something for every taste.
There are some supplements with this offer. King prawn dishes will be charged a £4 supplement while lamb tikka and chicken tikka dishes will be charged a £2 supplement. There is a £2 surcharge to swap rice for nan bread.
Mr Singh’s India is popular with 5pm users. Some 130 of you have given it a combined rating of 4.1/5. This is what a recent visitor had to say:
‘Very good! Had a really lovely meal here. Was great value for money, and absolutely delicious. The staff were so incredibly friendly, very helpful and just… really good!! Myself and my boyfriend were very impressed, and would go back again.’ Rating 4.8/5