2-3 Patrick Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9EZ
Callum C went for the lunch buffet for £8, consisting of a selection of salads, chutneys, starters, bread, curry and rice. He recommends the chick pea curry which he says is delicious.
63 Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JQ
Richard C raves about the "exceptional brinjal curry - the aubergine actually tastes of aubergine, and is balanced perfectly by the delicate smokiness of the fresh curry leaves in the thick, sticky sauce".
150 Commercial Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6LB
Taking the chef's recommendations, Cheryl C went for the "murgh masallam and a good old tikka masala. Add some garlic nan and pilau rice, and you have yourself one awesome meal!"
29 St Leonard's Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9QN
The main courses that Alan S tried were veg Madras, chicken masala, prawn passanda and chicken tikka north Indian chilli garlic. This family run restaurant will make sure you leave feeling really full.
The Mosque Kitchen
31 Nicholson Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9BX
Justin G sums up the experience here: "stand in line, pick what you want, pay and go back to your seat" and recommends the "spinach lamb curry. They have a variety of ethnic beverages to have with your meal. It's cheap and left me stuffed!"
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Dining In with Mother India
1347 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AD
Lucy B recommends the lunch deal here - "black lentil daal with salad and a wholegrain chapati for just £3.50". Menu options range from butter chicken with fruit and nuts to simple lamb curry or green herb chicken karahi.
44 Candleriggs, Glasgow, G1 1LE
Joe H loves the "traditional North Indian food so don't expect to see chicken tikka masala". Expect to find kadai paneer, murg palakdaar and achari gosht.
Babu Bombay Street Kitchen
186 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 4RU
Austen M raves that this place has "brilliant inventive breakfast and lunches" like "garlic chilli chicken with a roll on the side (or rice)". With limited seating you can easily takeaway, or grab a tiffin tin to take home for dinner.
66 Park Road, Glasgow, G4 9JF
The home of tikka masala, Marj C loves the chicken chat as well as the kormas. "A great introduction to Indian cuisine, but well known by curry lovers for its quality and class."
61 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 2DG
With a huge menu, you won't be lost for choice. The lamb kadai is medium spicy with juicy, tasty lamb. The chicken tikka masala has a nice punch of flavour without being too creamy or rich.