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Glasgow’s best curries can be found at none other than Mister Singh’s on Elderslie Street, where they’re all about fresh Southeast Asian flavours served up at an agreeable price. This bustling restaurant in the Charing Cross area of the city centre is famous for ambala, a curry made using a secret family recipe that’s been passed down through the generations, their unique haggis pakora and their signature Indian tapas, all cooked from scratch and served up in a stylish and modern setting. We recommend booking a table at Mister Singh’s of Glasgow now and trying it all for yourself!
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The people of Glasgow love a good curry and Mister Singh’s is a household name among the Indian cuisine addicts of the city, known for its authentic dishes and Scottish twists on Indian classics. Located on Elderslie Street, just a short walk from Charing Cross subway station and a number of Glasgow’s most prominent attractions, such as The Kings Theatre, a trip to Glasgow’s Mister Singh’s is perfect place for a pre-theatre meal, a special night out or simply to tuck into some of the Indian-style tapas for a lunchtime treat.
On the menu at Mr Singh’s you’ll find something to suit all tastes. Central to the Punjabi kitchen is the usage of a tandoor, and at Mister Singh’s Glasgow there are plenty of tandoori dishes sure to strike your fancy – start your meal with the lamb tikka, the salmon tandoori or the zesty garlic and lime chicken tikka, before moving on to a decadent curry. Some of our favourites include the lamb desi, the South Indian garlic chilli and the fish jarnelly (a medium strength dish with salmon cooked Bengali style with mustard, green chillies, onions and then simmered in yoghurt). With such a lengthy menu, you’ll have to visit often to try them all. Be sure to book ahead before stopping by at this Charing Cross hotspot!