Ideally situated on Oswald Street, just behind Glasgow Central Station, The Chennai’s central location makes it a must-visit for the cities curry-loving crowd. Specialising in the exotic cuisine of South India like dosa, vadai, idli and chettinad style dishes, you can open up your taste buds to new experiences at The Chennai, but you’ll also find all of the fail-safe classics on the menu too. This city centre restaurant is a popular choice so book your table in advance!
With it’s location right in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre, The Chennai is popular with both locals and tourists alike, and an ideal choice for a special evening out or to round off a day spent sightseeing or shopping on nearby Buchanan Street. With both northern and southern Indian dishes, and an extensive array of vegetarian options, there is something to suit all tastes at The Chennai. No trip to this curry house would be complete without indulging in some of their tiffin dishes between your starters and main courses.
The extensive selection includes options like idly and medhu vadai (a savory rice cake and spiced, fried donut served with chutney and sambar), and paneer cherry oothappam (crepes filled with paneer and cherry tomatoes). Main courses include speciality South Indian dishes like lamb chettinad (a traditional curry made from ground coconut, fennel, curry leaves and sesame seeds) and fish moilee (a seafood dish with coconut milk, onions and spices), alongside all of the classics: korma, jalfrezi, madras, bhuna, and more! For an Indian experience that is a little bit different from the usual, head to The Chennai on Oswald Street in Glasgow’s city centre.