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Lost Glasgow: Here's one 'Super Ali' all Glasgow loves

Ali Ahmed Aslam, known to generations of Glasgow curry lovers as ‘Mr Ali’, opened the Shish-Mahal, in Gibson Street, in 1964. In those days, when the pubs shut at 10pm, going for a 'Ruby' was the only way to keep on drinking. In its early days, the Shish even allowed customers to bring in their own bevvy. Spicy food fans, much like the restaurant’s fancy wallpaper, flocked to the place.