Glasgow isn’t short of great restaurants, and out in the West End, you can find some of the best in the city. Indian cuisine is as beloved as any in the Dear Green Place, and on Dumbarton Road in Partick, you can find Indian Cottage, home to specialities from the north of India. Close to the Kelvin Hall, Kelvingrove Art Museum and the University of Glasgow, they are easily reached through Kelvinhall Subway station, and when you get there you’ll be met with a range of Indian favourites. Begin with pakoras, samosas and tandoori dishes, before moving onto the classics of the curry genre: bhuna, dopiaza, dansak and more, as well as house specialities such as Sali Boti, cooked with potatoes, sun-dried apricots and fresh cream in a mild sauce. Make the journey to Glasgow’s West End for a top-notch Indian meal – just remember to book your table ahead of time, as they can get busy.
Service was prompt and pleasant. Started with pappadams and a spicy onion side, followed by starters which were well presented, hot and delicious. For the main I had a lamb curry which was saucy and delicious served with a garlic nan, yum! My husband had a chicken dish with rice, also delicious. Good portions.
Been to Indian Cottage a few times and food is always lovely. Order takeaway regularly, food is always piping hot, delivered on time and very tasty!