I went with my wife on a Friday lunchtime, and as usual we had to queue for a few minutes as it is so popular.
On our visit they had a few specials and we tried potato and cauliflower pakora and aubergine fritters as starters. These were freshly made, and were very tasty. For our main course we had Chicken Tikka with beetroot chutney, (which was totally different from the normal chicken tikka I've had in the past), a vegetable curry, one rice and one peshwari nan. These were excellent.
The total cost for the meal, which also included a pint of lager and a large white wine was £35 - superb value.
The curries were the best I've ever tasted in Glasgow, and among the best I've tasted anywhere - highly recommended
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