Open Hours: Noon-midnight M-Th, noon-1a F & Sa 5p-midnight Su
A favourite with young professionals, this restaurant offers a tasty Indian menu with all the dishes you would expect, plus a few surprises - the ... More
A favourite with young professionals, this restaurant offers a tasty Indian menu with all the dishes you would expect, plus a few surprises - the Tibetan hot pot is a great feed. For the health-conscious, there are plenty of low-fat options. Prices are generally reasonable, but on Monday night you can eat all you like for only £9.95. Set meals for one and two are always available. The restaurant is one of many owned by the Harlequin Group, so quality and freshness of ingredients is guaranteed. The buffet lunches have proved particularly popular with the local business community, no doubt due in part to the convenient location but also to the deliciously enticing smells that waft out as you pass.
Me and 10 friends booked up to go to the Kama Sutra for thier christmas buffet evening. We all paid £35 per head and it was for a buffet and a free bar for two hours. We sat down the stairs and the DJ was the worst DJ I have ever heard, very disorganised. We were under the impression there was going to the a buffet but instead, 2 platters were brought to the table as a starter - then we got the choice of 4 currys, which was no use to one of the guests who thought there may have been other options. The "free bar" was a joke. They would not let you order another drink until the one you had was completely empty and they could take the glass away. We were also pestered for the bill (the full amount from all guests) at the start of the meal. I would NEVER EVER recommend anyone going to this buffet night. The worst night ever.
Don't let them sit you downstairs. When booking always ask for a table upstairs. Recently I booked well in advance to celebrate a birthday. On arrival upstairs looked really warm and inviting but we were given a table downstairs. It was dark and cold and we were the only people seated at that point- no atmosphere at all.
For the meal we opted for the shared platters for starters - below average The main course's were good but the bill was very over priced for the quality of the food. Have had a much better dinner in my local Indian Rest for half the price. Would never go back
The food was ok, a little more expensive than some of the other places in Glasgow. Nothing outstanding about the place, decor fairly nice, easy to relax in. The big problem was that my friend and I had been waiting for a while to get desserts/coffee when the waiter suddenly put the bill on our table and said that someone was waiting for the table. Fairly rude too. Too stunned to actually say something as we hadn't finished. I wouldn't have minded if we'd been told there was a time limit or if they'd at least asked us if we were finished/wanted something else. Ruined the meal. Walk down to the Merchant City and go to THe Dhabba. They really know how to treat their customers.
the food is exactly the same as you would get in Ashoka but abut twice the price! the decor is cool, lots of erotic and funny pictures decorating the place. the staff are really nice, but as they gave away our table due to being a half hour late we had to sit downstairs where there were only 3 other diners, so it may not always be like this (there were more waiters than diners). found that they rushed us. through our meal, taking our rice away before we had even finished it etc.. annoying. however the desserts were lovely, fruit salad and ice-cream (you'd expect a bit more for the £23 per head price tag) but the gulab something or other was delicious and original... wouldn't go there again as it's too expensive, i could get the same food in Ashoka for less.
The food is delicious and the service is wonderful. We go there for dinner quite often and never miss the Sunday Brunch Buffet.
If you like lamb, ask for the lamb shank special which is not on the menu. I get it for dinner every time I'm there. You will not be disappointed.
Highly reccomend the place!
This is genuinely the best Indian restaurant I have been to. The Menu is extensive and there is so much to choose from - the variety of dishes and ingredients is impressive, and there's also a great selection of wines to accompany the dishes as well. There was a large party in when I ate there, which slightly spoiled the ambience, but otherwise, the settings were very relaxed, excellent service and all very reasonably priced.
If you really want a some top-notch Indian food, then you won't be disappointed here.
Delicious and different starters, and a lot of tolerance for our late dining companions raised our hopes, but the main courrses were awful. There was that dreaded mix and match of sauces with lamb, chicken, fish etc, and our three chapatis never arrived despite the waiting staff being reminded. We had to have them taken off the bill too, which at �17 a head (only one bottle of wine between six, but a few other drinks) which I felt was pricey for uninspiring food.
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