50 Top UK Curry Houses

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Shish Mahal – Glasgow


Shish Mahal bring the heat to the highlands with fiery Madras dishes or if you’re a fan of milder curries some beautiful Himalayan inspired choices to light up your taste palates. What’s more is that Morgan Freeman once called this curry house “one of the best meals of his life”. And if it’s good enough for God…

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Rasoi Indian Restaurant – Glasgow


Rasoi isn’t about the ordinary dishes you’ll find in your local curry house at home. Rasoi is about exciting, vibrant, award-winning Indian cooking in designer surroundings with exquisite curries. For a feisty dining experience order the Mirchi Korma cooked with fresh green chillies, that is if you can resist the brilliant range of fusion dishes.

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Village Curry House – Glasgow


This large, airy curry house is packed with Asian design and has a seriously tempting menu to match. Tandoori kebabs, world dishes, spicy choices and signature dishes makes Village Curry House the perfect place to celebrate the groom’s last evening of single living with great food and brilliant service.

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The Dhabba – Glasgow


Based on the roadside diners of Northern India, The Dhabba is relaxed, laid back and devilishly tasty. Decorated with Asian artwork and with a slick, modern design, this popular curry house is one of the best in Glasgow and if you’re after a kick in the taste buds you can tuck into the tikka jalfrezi flavoured with red chillies.

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Dakhin – Glasgow


Dakhin is brilliantly spicy and best of all 100% gluten free so you won’t even have to feel guilty afterwards. Leaving you free to enjoy the huge range of South Indian dishes and flavour packed curries whether your personal tastes lean towards a meek and mild Koli Thakkali Kari (coconut chicken) or the red hot Poondu Milagai Koli (chicken in garlic and crushed chillies).

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