It is a little early to dig out the woolly jumpers and start looking for the hot water bottle but the cold months are coming.
Prepare for the harsh Scottish winter by laying in supplies of today’s Big Deal with Rawalpindi Tandoori restaurant on Sauchiehall Street – it’s the tastiest route to feeling toasty.
Located in the heart of Glasgow and close to music venues like the ABC and the King’s Theatre, Rawalpindi Tandoori is perfectly placed for a pre or post-show curry.
Well established Indian
Rawalpindi Tandoori has been feeding generations of curry-hungry Glaswegians since 1979 and they know how to dish up a punchy pathia and a dancer of a dhansak.
Available Sunday to Friday, today’s spicy Big Deal is for two people to each enjoy a starter, main course and pilau rice or plain nan from the a la carte menu.
It is a cracking selection which will gladden the heart of any bhoona buff.
From lamb samosa to egg pakora and chicken chaat, the Rawalpindi Tandoori has an enticing range of starters.
The wide selection of traditional curries is just as tempting. The Big Deal staff are always keen on a chicken rogan josh but we can see the appeal in a good old mince curry.
Veggies also have it sweet at Rawalpindi with a great choice of dishes like the tarka dall, Bombay alloo and pardesi paneer.
Of course, in a restaurant called Rawalpindi Tandoori, there is also a fantastic selection of lip-smacking dishes from the tandoor oven.
Chicken tikka or tandoori lamb chops? It’s tricky.
Tandoori dishes will be charged a supplement of £3.95 per dish.
Rawalpindi Tandoori has made lots of friends on its 5pm entry where it has a combined review rating of 4.2/5. This is what one diner thought of his experience at Rawalpindi Tandoori:
‘Excellent traditional Indian meal. Visited recently for the first time, and I’ll definitely be going back. Lovely food and fantastic service. Highly recommended.’
Ideal for a pre-show curry; a night out with friends or simply a quiet dinner with your nearest and dearest, today’s Big Deal is an easy introduction to the taste bud-tickling delights of the long-running Rawalpindi Tandoori.