Dear Diners, if you have a voucher from Groupon, Livingston Social, 5pm or ItIsOn, please contact the restaurant directly for bookings. Glasgow’s best curries can be found at none other than Mister Singh’s on Elderslie Street, where they’re all about fresh Southeast Asian flavours served up at an agreeable price. This bustling restaurant in the Charing Cross area of the city centre is famous for ambala, a curry made using a secret family recipe that’s been passed down through the generations, their unique haggis pakora and their signature Indian tapas, all cooked from scratch and served up in a stylish and modern setting. We recommend booking a table at Mister Singh’s of Glasgow now and trying it all for yourself!
The Crescent in Glasgow serves a mix of classic and contemporary Asian dishes that are both authentic and delicious. Located on Argyle Street in Finnieston, The Crescent’s stylish and charming decor helps create a relaxed yet sophisticated atmosphere and when coupled with the great service and truly spectacular food you’ve got a dining out experience that is not to be missed. So if you’re looking for somewhere you can celebrate with mates, treat the family or even share romantic dinner with a special someone, The Crescent has got you covered. In order to avoid disappointment be sure to book your table in advance.
India Quay is a contemporary Indian restaurant in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Glasgow. It’s where Indian cooking traditions come together with a bit of urban chic, so as well as a very cool dining space, the India Quay menu features mains like tandoori salmon, South Indian garlic chilli chicken, or North Indian Kashmiri chicken. You’ll find India Quay restaurant right on Finnieston Street around Anderston, next to the river and just down from Exhibition Centre train station. Indian restaurants in Glasgow are extremely popular, but none more so than this one. Reservations at India Quay are essential, particularly over the weekend.