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In a city brimming with Indian restaurants, standing out from the rest can be hard. But The Dhabba manages to do just that. Located on Candleriggs, right in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City, this Indian restaurant is known throughout the city for their quality north Indian cuisine. Combining chic decor with some traditional influences, The Dhabba is a sophisticated setting for a special dinner. Book ahead to guarantee a table.
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Lovely food, friendly staff, we had a great time, my friend said repeatedly he would visit again.
Amazing food and excellent service. I only visit Glasgow once a year but always make sure to book a table here. Guaranteed a relaxed night out and fabulous restaurant experience.
The food was excellent. I had the paneer charpatta (cheese kebab) and dhania ghost (lamb in spices) with cumin flavoured basmati rice and peshwari naan. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
For something a bit different from the usual Indian offering, take a trip to The Dhabba in Glasgow city centre, where you’ll find authentic northern Indian cuisine – not a piece of greasy pakora in sight. Instead you could start your meal off with some hearty soup, like the gosht kali mirch ka shorba (a spicy lamb and black pepper soup) or daal shorba (a lentil soup with fresh herbs, spices and garnished with rice) or some bharloan dhingri (fresh button mushrooms filled with paneer, chopped nuts and spices and fried in batter).
Main course dishes include machi dum sunehri (pieces of monkfish and peppers in a garlicky sauce) and raan-e-changeji (tender whole baby leg of lamb slow cooked in its own juices with herbs, spices and dark rum). Vegetarians will find plenty of options to choose from too, like the chole (whole white chickpeas with a blend of ginger, garlic, caramelised onions, and cumin seeds). For an unforgettable meal in Glasgow’s city centre, book a table at The Dhabba on Candleriggs in the Merchant City.