More about the restaurant: Marhaba
Modern Middle Eastern cooking is done absolutely right here at Marhaba. But that’s not to say the traditional flavours of one of the most popular culinary hotspots on the globe aren’t preserved, no, no. Here in Glasgow’s Anderston – not too far from Anderston train station on Seaward Street – the old comes together with the new in perfect harmony. As well Indian-style curries, the Marhaba menu also offers premium mixed kebabs as well as chicken and lamb dishes that ooze Middle Eastern spice combinations that we’re sure will excite. Anderston locals go wild for the eight hour slow cooked lamb shank – delightful.
Thinking about making a Marhaba booking?
Glasgow is home to some stellar restaurants, that’s for sure, but Anderston restaurant Marhaba is up there with the best of them. Blending two iconic cuisines – Indian and Middle Eastern – together has given this stylish restaurant an edge, and Glaswegians simply can’t get enough. You’ll find a plethora of dishes on offer on Marhaba’s menu, with something to suit every taste and palate. And conveniently placed in the heart of Anderston, not too far out of Glasgow’s city centre, Marhaba is the ideal restaurant for any occasion.
As we’re sure you’d expect, the menu is the star of the show at this Seaward Street favourite. Kick things off with some grilled halloumi, fried falafel balls made with chickpea, coriander, garlic and spices topped with tahini and baba ghanoush, a delightful smoked aubergine dip. Follow this spread up with lamb chops fresh from the charcoal grill served with fries, naan or rice or go for the joje kebab of chicken marinated in saffron and Persian spices. Or, if Indian is what you’re after, opt for a tasty curry to really tantalise those tastebuds. Whatever your choice, Marhaba has got you covered! Just be sure to book to avoid disappointment.