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“Right in the centre of Glasgow”, and with “trendy” décor, this Merchant City fixture (est 2002) is beloved for its “different” North Indian dishes, notably “excellent dosas”. Usefully, nearby sibling Dakhin is that rare restaurant offering 100% gluten-free Keralan cuisine.
One of the city’s best of its many Indian restaurants, this contemporary Merchant City fixture is known for “superb” north Indian cooking with “refined and great tastes”. (Nearby, it also has a sibling, Dakhin, specialising in Goan cuisine).
“Glasgow has many Indian restaurants, but The Dhabba is very different”, offering tastebuds a “real exploration beyond the staple korma or tikka”. The “contemporary interior”, can seem “a little clinical” but most reviewers find it very atmospheric.
The Dhabba were pioneers of real North Indian cuisine in Scotland. Since we opened in 2002, we have endeavoured to bring the true essence of North Indian cuisine to Glasgow. This isn’t your standard curry, this is cuisine that has been refined over hundreds of years, but given a modern touch.
It’s an experience that has brought people back time and time again to discover dishes never before encountered in Scotland. Only the freshest ingredients sourced from Scotland and spices from India are used to prepare the vast array of dishes.
Our remarkable menu showcases traditional dishes from all over the Northern frontier of India.
|Wine per bottle||£18.95|
44 Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1LE
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||12 pm‑2 pm, 5 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Tuesday||12 pm‑2 pm, 5 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Wednesday||12 pm‑2 pm, 5 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Thursday||12 pm‑2 pm, 5 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Friday||12 pm‑2 pm, 5 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Saturday||1 pm‑10:30 pm|
|Sunday||1 pm‑10:30 pm|