We've featured beef, chicken and pork - now it's time to look at all things lamb!

Yelp brings you the hottest places to eat lamb in Glasgow and Edinburgh.


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411 Great Western Road, Glasgow

Angela B tried some of the "special chicken (off the bone), which comprised of a skewer of marinated chicken & a skewer of minced lamb. I have to say it was really good!"


41 West Preston Street, Edinburgh

"The menu has an excellent selection of slow-cooked meat and vegetarian dishes as well as a wide range of kebabs, dips and breads," says Gibson A. "I usually have either the marinated lamb or chargrilled chicken which is served on a skewer with fresh salad and a really light, fresh yoghurt dip."

Kebabish Grill

323 Victoria Road, Glasgow

Bex M "usually gets the lamb bhuna with boiled rice and garlic naan - the bhuna is rich and full of tender lamb pieces with a bit of a kick!"

The Everest

52 Home Street, Edinburgh

"We both chose curries - the lamb saag and honey lamb were each perfect, as well as the flaky and rich parata bread," drools Tanya L. "The curries were some of the best I have had in Edinburgh and I was really in heaven when my date let me scrape the last drops of curry out of the dish!"


Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow

"The lamb shank in yellow curry is a braised lamb shank with potatoes, garlic and onions in a rich turmeric flavoured curry topped with fried shallots served with grilled pumpkin, lady fingers and broccoli. Michelle M says, "the lamb fell off the bone, cooked perfectly while being slightly spicy with the yellow curry."

Tuk Tuk Indian Street Food

1 Leven Street, Edinburgh

Gordon F says, "they managed to satisfy our hunger pangs with lots of small variations of lamb … like patina lamb, that was complimented with a variety of spicy and mint dips, in addition to rice and fries."


24 Candleriggs, Merchant City, Glasgow

Laura S has "eaten off both the a la carte and the lunch/pre-theatre. The steak, the lamb shank and pastas are great. Guy himself can often be seen in the restaurant and will come over for a chat!"


29 St Leonards Street, Edinburgh

"I ordered the medium version of Jahore curry sauce with lamb and Garlic and Coriander Naan bread. The lamb was soft and tender. The tomato sauce was savoury and a bit spicy. I'm glad I went for medium heat as the hot versions will make you twitch," tips Tanja R.

The Gannet

1155 Argyle Street, Glasgow

Graeme H tried the "lovely lamb, cooked a little on the pink side, with a great mash to go with it. This will easily earn its place on the list of "treat yourself" restaurants in Glasgow."


18 Howe Street, Edinburgh

Graham M "tried rack of lamb. This was just so perfect, I was flabbergasted as to how good it was. The lamb was cooked just right and effortlessly merged with the gravy."