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The Koh-I-Noor diamond is one of the great treasures of the world, and while it might be a stretch to compare a curry house in Glasgow to the famed stone, we’re gonna give it a go regardless. Koh-i-Noor on North Street in Charing Cross is at the cutting edge – diamond-coated cutting edge, if you will – of Indian food in Scotland with a reputation that is up there with the Queen herself’s favourite hat accessory. They’ve been in business since 1964, paltry compared to a shiny thing dating from the 13th century, but frankly astounding longevity when considering the competitive world of Glasgow Indian restaurants. Their secret is simple: top quality food, served at a price point better than their namesake (though in fairness, with an estimated value of 12.7 billion, you’re looking at a belter of a bhuna to come close). Take a trip into Glasgow City Centre to stuff yourself with tandoori favourites, classic curries and house specialities found only at Koh-I-Noor. Book a table now.
We had the buffet at the Koh-I-Noor. Great value and a good selection of dishes which were frequently topped up. Staff were attentive and helpful. A firm favourite- we'll be back!