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“Wonderful curries and tikkas” – some would say the best in town – help ensure it’s “always busy” at this well-known West End fixture; the “charming upstairs room is candlelit and always filled with happy diners” (and may, therefore, be preferred to the noisy basement).
A West End fixture that’s invariably “always crowded” owing to its “interesting” and “deliciously tasty” tapas-style dishes – just avoid the “very noisy” basement; it has two less formal siblings on nearby Argyll St which are also a “really pleasant surprise”.
“Still the best in Glasgow” according to its fans, this “very special Indian” is a West End fixture known for its eclectic tapas-style dishes; “avoid the basement, and you’ll enjoy the whole experience”.
“Always different from the run-of-the-mill Indians”, this atmospheric and well-known West End corner fixture serves “particularly interesting” dishes in “tapas-sized” portions, “so you get to try lots of different things”; “it’s crowded, but rightly so”.
The initial experiment has been so well received that Mother India’s Café has become one of the most popular Restaurants in Glasgow.
Casual dining is the name of the game at the Café and both Asif and his front of house staff, along with the dedicated team in the Kitchen, work hard to create both the informal atmosphere and mouth watering dishes for the most important part of our business....You.