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“Glasgow’s oldest curry house and still one of the best”; it’s now under the third generation, with the legendary Mr Ali sadly gone, but “standards have never slipped” at this local icon, which famously claims credit for inventing chicken tikka masala in the 1970s.
“A Glasgow tradition for over 25 years” acclaimed for its “fantastic” scoff (including the chicken tikka masala, which it claims to have invented); “Mr Ali may not be around nowadays, but the legend lives on and can’t be bettered”.
“Continues as ever to be a favourite of Glaswegians – many of whom have been eating here for decades”; this “well-loved” curry house (which lays claim to the creation of chicken tikka masala) attracts nothing but bouquets for its “wonderful food” (albeit served in “not necessarily wonderful surroundings”).
“You can’t possibly go wrong” at this establishment, near Kelvinbridge subway; “since the times of Mr Ali and his invention of chicken tikka masala (nearly 50 years ago now) it has been a Glasgow legend”; “their businessmen's lunches are fantastic value” too.
60-68 Park Road, Glasgow, G4 9JF
lunch noon - 2 pm, dinner 5 pm - 11 pm
Last orders: Mon - Thur 11 pm; Fri & Sat 11.30 pm; Sun 10 pm