Scotland loves a curry as much as anywhere else in Britain, and even the tiniest village tends to have an Indian restaurant that is more than worth a visit. Balloch is no different, and on the bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond, they have a curry house of which they are rightly proud: the Golden Star. They’ve been in place on Balloch Road, right by the ferry landing on the River Leven, for over twenty five years, and they have built a reputation for excellence in terms of their ambience, their customer service and the quality of their food. They pride themselves on the diversity of dishes that they offer for vegetarians and for vegans, as well as the usual repertoire of curries, tandoori meats and fresh, pillowy bread. Pay them a visit if you’re going for a day at Loch Lomond to find out why the Golden Star is so beloved by Balloch locals – just remember to book in advance to avoid disappointment.
Tasty, reasonable food, a few items on the menu not actually available (Still water, draft lager). Spicy naan bread was good & unusual. Friendly service.
All the staff were extremely helpful and attentive. Would highly recommend the Special Star Chicken Korma, it was lovely! Will be visiting again soon :-) Thank you!