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102 Restaurants in Glasgow: Indian

Indian restaurants of Glasgow: introduction not required

Indian restaurants pepper Glasgow like temples pepper India. They are everywhere. Glasgow has Indian restaurants teeming from every other street and Glasgow loves Indian restaurants just like it loves fried stuff. It’s pretty fair, therefore, to go ahead and say they don’t need too much of an introduction. Glaswegians know Indian food better than most other folk in the UK and so the Indian restaurants of Glasgow have a duty to provide curry that’s on point and up to scratch. If they didn’t they’d be cast aside and bust within a matter of weeks. They’d be left to the wind like an empty carrier bag, looking on as all of Glasgow’s other Indian restaurants kept busy serving some of the best Indian food outside of India.

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Mister Singh's India

City Centre
Indian££££
5.6/6357
Mister Singh's India

Dalshannon Farm

Cumbernauld
Indian££££
5.6/6113
Dalshannon Farm

Royal India - Glasgow

Newton Mearns
Indian££££
5.6/616
Royal India - Glasgow
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The Dhabba

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/663
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City Centre
Vietnamese££££
5.6/635
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Clay Oven - Indian Street Kitchen

Shawlands
Indian££££
5.4/67
Clay Oven - Indian Street Kitchen

Indian Scene

Centre
Indian££££
5.8/614
Indian Scene

Taal

Strathaven
Indian££££
5.6/657
Taal

Horn Please

Anderston
Indian££££
5.5/620
Horn Please

Dakhin

City Centre
Indian££££
5.5/656
Dakhin

Wee Curry Shop

City Centre
Indian££££
5.8/64
Wee Curry Shop

Kama Sutra - Glasgow

City Centre
Indian££££
5.2/622
Kama Sutra - Glasgow

Ashoka Southside

Cathcart
Indian££££
5.1/69
Ashoka Southside

Indian Orchard

Partick
Indian££££
6.0/610
Indian Orchard

Masala Twist West End

Hillhead
Indian££££
5.5/661
Masala Twist West End

Masala Twist City Centre

City Centre
Indian££££
4.9/649
Masala Twist City Centre

New Anand

Pollokshields
Indian££££
4.9/624
New Anand

Green Chilli Café

Kelvinbridge
Indian££££
5.0/63
Green Chilli Café

Invitation

Cumbernauld
Indian££££
5.9/67
Invitation

Blue Rupee

Burnside
Indian££££
5.4/617
Blue Rupee
  1. 1.

    The chicken tikka masala: roots that run deep

    Why such love? From where does this almighty bond stem? Well, likely a few reasons, Great Britain’s ties with India being probably the first. Curry and Great Britain is a relationship that’s grown and grown over many, many years, but Glasgow specifically has definitely done its bit, for here was the birthplace of the chicken tikka masala. Ah, chicken tikka masala, a dish that is now one of the most eaten in the entire United Kingdom and without doubt towards the top of the menu at every Indian restaurant in Glasgow. Though, we must admit, this story is disputed by some naysayers, it goes that in 1971 a Pakistani chef, Ali Ahmed Aslam, who owned an Indian restaurant in west Glasgow, improvised the tikka masala sauce from yoghurt, cream, spices and tomato soup after a customer complained that the curry he’d originally ordered was too dry. It then ended up on the menu of Aslam’s restaurant and from that point on, boomed in popularity. Coming up to 50 years down the line, it’s as well-loved now as it was then.
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    Plenty of Indian dishes to get excited about

    The birth of chicken tikka masala paved the way for a whole load of other curries to become menu staples of not just Indian restaurants in Glasgow, but up and down the rest of the UK, too. Among these, many are fiery-hot while many are mild, but just to get you drooling, we thought we’d list the most popular: Jalfrezi – it’s dry, it’s thick and it comes with a kick Rogan Josh – not too hot, not too mild Korma – creamy, sweet and proper coconutty Bhuna – translates as to be fried Madras – booming with heat and big on tomatoesWe all have the hots for these bad boys hence you’ll likely find them at any of Glasgow’s Indian restaurants, but what’s so great about Indian food is that it presents plenty of opportunity for chefs to get creative and add their own little touches. The results of this are certain dishes, house specialties or signatures that make a reservation and visit to a Indian restaurant in Glasgow something of a big deal.
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    When and where to clock Glasgow’s best Indian restaurants

    As we said before, you’ll find Indian restaurants all over Glasgow and as well as all the food, what’s easy to love about them is that they’re even easier to find and fit for whatever your occasion happens to be. A curry is damn good at 3am after a few beers, true say, ain’t nothing wrong with that, but Indian food can also be a gourmet affair, an after-work nibble or the centerpiece of some top notch time with the family. So, where to look? Slap bang in the middle of the city would be a good place to start. There are plenty of gems clustered around Glasgow Central and Argyle Street train stations, then probably even more around Charing Cross, Anderston. Use a map, or follow your nose, both will lead you to Glasgow’s Indian restaurants just fine and dandy.
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    Do it for desserts, yeah

    Finishing on a sweet note isn’t something the UK too often associates with an Indian meal out. But this is Glasgow, and things are done differently here. As we’ve said, Glasgow, its Indian restaurants and the Glaswegians themselves have more pedigree than most when it comes to Indian dining and thus desserts are just as important as mains. So, what to expect? Despite the fame of certain curries, Indian desserts don’t come to mind so easily, but if you pick wisely from Glasgow’s Indian restaurants you’ll hopefully find a bit of gulab jamun, which are kneaded balls made from milk solids then fried and coated in syrup and all kinds of flavourings. On any good menu you’ll also find bread pudding or rasgulla, a syrupy delight of ball-shaped dumplings, often made from semolina. The sweet menu of India is as vast as the spicy and just as interesting – get involved at one of Glasgow’s best Indian restaurants.