The Urban Pind (18 Candleriggs G1 1LD, Glasgow) was not necessarily Hector’s Curry-Heute destination, however having spotted the poster on Trongate it appeared to be the obvious place to go.
The board outside says the lunch menu was available until three with the main meals available after three. The presented menu in the restaurant stated that the main menu is available all day. One had to investigate this excellent looking offer. The Hind Thali is recommended by waiter over the Karahi Thali.
£6.95 including a soft drink and tea afterwards…I await the portion.
Meanwhile Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is the music, I like this place.
Gosh…two pieces each of chicken and vegetable Pakora.
A korma style sauce over Kadu and mushroom is served hot as one of the sides. Three pieces fresh nan and the main dish…well it was on the bland side and was not as hot as the graded menu choices would have suggested.
This may not be the best Curry in Glasgow… but value for money? Sensational!
Initial text and photo posted live in the restaurant!
So,are Candleriggs Curries overrated?
Hector and Marg tried the Dhabba early in 2009. We assumed it must have been the Chef’s night off as the dishes served were unremarkable. Hector tried this one Saturday afternoon in December and it was the same outcome. The press and other Glasgow Curry web sites suggest that these Curry Houses on Candleriggs are outstanding. Hector awaits convincing.