Food and drink
A mix of hummus, Shirazi salad and mirazi ghassemi (aubergine, garlic and tomato dip) go head to head with more traditional Glasgow staples like vegetable and chicken pakora and chicken tandoori chaat. Main courses are also split into a dichotomy of chicken and lamb barbecue skewers and koobideh in the red, green and white corner (Iran) and jalfrezi, dopiazas and rogan joshes in the green, orange and white corner (India).
As I love both Indian food (I’ve visited the subcontinent three times) and Persian food (I spent a month in Iran in 2010) this is a hard call for me. Lamb patia is always a favourite but I love joojeh kebab. Maybe I should let them both fight it out in the deep recesses of my stomach.
Warm and inviting with fabulous décor, it won the best Indian restaurant at the Scottish Restaurant Awards in 2009 and its reputation is justified.
Off Ingram Street in the Merchant City, the restaurant is an easy walk from the city centre.
Starters from £2.80 up to £6.90 are good value and the main courses range from £9.50 to £14.50.
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Stag / hen parties
- Escaping the crowds