The music you'll find here at Mr Singh's has little or no connection to the food served - it's usually disco and Motown, catering to a clientele ... More
Mr Singh's India
The music you'll find here at Mr Singh's has little or no connection to the food served - it's usually disco and Motown, catering to a clientele described by the chef as fun-loving. If you keep your eyes peeled, you can usually see one or two famous faces at the weekends (footballers especially), admiring the modern, fresh decor and chowing down on a curry. Anyone dining before a local football match can have three courses and a taxi to the stadium for just £12.95! Unlike the music, the food is traditional Punjabi - duck tikka is unusual and can be enjoyed as a main course or scaled down to a starter. Chicken ambala is also a popular dish. There's a good-value weekend brunch, as well as business lunches and a pre-theatre menu.
Visited on 25th August 2008.
We went to Mr Singh's looking for some authentic indian food(as people of indian origin and with extensive experience of a range of Indian cuisine specially 'punjabi') in our first visit to Glasgow. The decor was good, but the quality of the food and service was very poor. The choices for vegetarians was even worse. The limited vegetarian options such as Veg pakora and samosa are fried in the same oil as the fish and chicken ones-so not really 'vegetarian'. Veg mains not listed but priced same as meat mains. South Asian waiters wearin kilts has clearly appealed to some, but its a pity that they have lost the roots of pnjabi or even indian cuisine. We would not recommend it to anyone looking for 'real' indian food. A shame really!
I'd spent over £7 before I had a menu in my hand, a 330ml bottle of beer for £3.20 and 2 popdoms for £3.95, he tried to get me to take 4!!(I was on my own), then he poured all the beer into my glass and told me I needed more beer. This is the way it went on 'You dont want a starter?' 'Which vegetable dish do you want' (I'd ordered a lamb dish, a nan and rice, again - I was on my own). Total cost £25
Should have gone to Mother India's.
i have been going to glasgow for the past 31 years. i have now found the best restuarant you could every wish for. the food is excellant, the staff are very friendly. cannot wait until the next time. mr ging
Had a table booked but still had to wait 15mins. Could hardly here yourself speak above the din of about 30 guys on a party night out. Apart from taking our orders the waiters did'nt have much else to say. The food was ok but so is a lunchtime special at �6.95 in most indian restaurants and this was at more than twice the price.Sorry fail to see what all the fuss is about here. Wont hurry back.
First visited Mr Singhs because of the Rangers connection, but even if the Restaurant was coveren in Green & White , I'de still go back for the food and the atmosphere. Spoils it for al other Restaurants I'm afraid
An excellent homely atmosphere with lots of smiles and brilliant service from all the staff.
Food is lovely and traditional offering a fusion of scottish and indian cuisine.
A definite favourite of mine that I would highly recommend! (and that's coming from a Indian from London!)
Best Indian food I've ever had. Large menu, including delicate dishes for people who wouldn't normally think they like Indian food.
Great service, friendly staff dressed in kilts, they even took a picture of us with a polaroid, put it in a little frame with a business card, and gave it to us when we asked them to pose for pictures with us.
I rate Mr. Singh's amoung my favourite restaurants in New Orleans or Paris.
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