Restaurants, Online booking, Budget, BYOB

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1 Antigua Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3NH

The team behind the ever popular Hanam’s put every inch of available space to good use in their new Antigua Street venture. Carved out below street level, whitewashed shisha pipe caves nestle alongside a cosy private dining room swathed in Arabic…

Chop Chop

76 Commercial Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6LX

Chop Chop in Leith was built on the reputation of the original outlet in Haymarket. Opened in 2010, it shares an identical menu to its sister restaurant, but the aim here seems to be to provide a more laidback and sophisticated atmosphere than the buzz…

Mother India

28 Westminster Terrace, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G3 7RU

Mother India's original restaurant, opened in 1990, has a reputation that keeps the place filled most days. This Glasgow favourite has played a major part in pushing the boundaries of Indian cuisine in the city in those intervening years. It has…

Chop Chop

248 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8DT

With a plain and pleasant interior that’s more mess hall than Manchuria and a noisy, welcoming buzz about it, Chop Chop has built its popularity and reputation around its homemade dumplings, which are served boiled or fried with assorted, mixed meat…

Restaurant at Blythswood Square

11 Blythswood Square, Glasgow, G2 4AD

Situated in the former ballroom of the Royal Scottish Automobile Club, the restaurant in Blythswood Hotel feels grand but never unnecessarily opulent with its predominantly red and black décor, tasselled lampshades and comfortable sofas. Dining here is…

Roastit Bubbly Jocks

450 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow, G11 6SE

This unique eatery encapsulates the gallus Partick outlook to restaurant interiors with its candlelit tables, art deco lamps and an eccentric Mondrian-inspired wall hanging made with contrasting slices of polished Scottish wood. As expected it has a…

Cail Bruich

725 Great Western Road, Glasgow, G12 8QX

Cail Bruich’s menu so eschews the fashion for flowery descriptions it could have been written by the Plain English Society. The polite list of ingredients doesn’t even hint at the theatre and dazzling artiness of delivered dishes. Chef Chris Charalambus…

Chillies West End

176–182 Woodlands Road, Glasgow, G3 6LL

On vibrant Woodlands Road, Chillies attracts nearby students and West-enders seeking a contemporary and gratifying Indian experience. Many are tempted by the mouthwatering domination of tapas dishes that offer small bowls of appetizing, well-spiced…


57 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 2AE

There’s a strong pedigree of curry capital here. Assam himself is a former Mother India manager who decided to establish his own place in 2009. He also poached his wee brother when he left the West End for the city centre. Intriguingly the menu states…