The Dhabba is an Indian Restaurant in Glasgow serving authentic North Indian Cuisine that impresses even the most inexperienced diners. This restaurant which is tucked away in the Merchant City area of Glasgow’s “second capital” is one for the to-do list for sure as this is much more than a local Indian. Glasgow is well known for its abundance of Indian takeaways serving all the Glasgow classics such as lamb Bhuna, Chicken Tikka Masala and of course the creamy Korma. Locals go nuts for pakora and naan bread but what makes The Dhabba different from all the rest? After a visit to this genuine gem we have detailed below all you need to know about The Dhabba and why a visit is an absolute must.
The Story behind the Dhabba
In the northern region of India, dhabbas are roadside diners which are usually family run establishments which have been enchanting travellers and safeguarding coveted recipes that go back many generations. Overtime, tastes from dhabbas began to spread until eventually city restaurants were implementing the dhabba concept for themselves. The Dhabba aims to bring Glasgow the true taste of North India. This means that they don’t serve your standard takeaway curry but instead offer recipes that have been refined over hundreds of years. The dishes that you find at this Indian restaurant in Glasgow, made from fresh Scottish sourced meat and authentic Indian spices are guaranteed to provide you with a dining experience like none you have experienced before.
North Indian Restaurant in Glasgow
So what can you expect to find on the menu? And more importantly, will I like anything? The thing to remember when visiting an authentic restaurant serving food from any country, it’s not going to be a familiar taste so keep an open mind. If you are looking for your typical Glasgow Friday Night Indian takeaway then this is not the place for you. The menu is rich in flavour with various choices of both meat and vegetarian options. Delicacies include a range of Chaat Pakodi which is a special kind of appetizer that infuses sour with sweet, tangy, crunchy and spicy elements that together make little irresistible treats you can’t say no to.
Favourites and Special Offers
Lunch at The Dhabba offers either two or three courses from the set menu or enjoy a traditional Indian Thali meal which has a little bit of everything. Monday to Friday over lunch the prices are extremely affordable with the Thali at only £9.95, with three courses the same price and two courses just £7.95.
The Dhabba’s set menu that comes with an assortment of dishes for everyone to share. There are four tiers to choose from: £20 suitable for four people; £25; £30 or £40 per head.
This offer is available from Monday to Friday between 5pm and 6:30pm and Saturday to Sunday between 1pm and 6pm, allowing two courses for £11.95.
To make a booking enquiry or to peruse the menus and offers for yourself visit https://www.thedhabba.com/ now.