I can’t recommend this restaurant highly enough. I’ve been going to Mother India’s with friends for over eight years and it’s always, always a pleasure. Slightly more expensive than your usual run-of-the-mill curry house, it’s worth paying the extra for their gorgeous food. And it’s not just the curries that are outstanding – the naan bread is the best I’ve ever tasted, especially the peshwari naan.
Despite the range of delicious curries on offer, I’ve only ever tried the chicken tikka chasni – it’s so good I’ve never had anything else, but my more adventurous friends swear by everything they’ve tried. There’s a good range of vegetarian dishes and they also do a takeaway service. If you’re eating in, bring along your own bottle of choice, there’s just a small charge for corkage. But I’d recommend booking a table as it’s always busy – the sure sign of an exceptional restaurant!
If you can’t get a table at Mother India’s, try The Wee Curry Shops, they’re owned by the same people or try The Den or Dining In or Mother India’s Café – all opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.