Category Archives: Clydebank

Clydebank (Hardgate) – Little India – Once upon a time…

Looking ahead, there could be quite a number of reviews on Curry-Heute in October; as usual, some new venues, some tried and loved. After last night’s invitation to sample the Fayre at The Dhabba in Glasgow, Curry-Heute was not anticipated. … Continue reading

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Clydebank (Hardgate) – Little India – A Local Takeaway Intrigues Hector!

Since Curry-Heute was established in 2010, Hector has averaged Clydebank Curry twice a year. In my twenty five years of residency I have come to struggle with the monotony of what is served. Basically, no matter what one orders, the … Continue reading

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Clydebank – Hot & Spicy – The Hector Curry Challenge

A Saturday afternoon in Dumbarton? With Johnny now in charge of The Captain James Lang, the Range of Ale has taken on a new dimension. The Company may well find themselves here regularly as long as this maintains. Curry-Heute was … Continue reading

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Clydebank (Hardgate) – Bombay Grill – Two Differing Opinions, One Indisputable Fact

Daft Friday – was the name given to this evening back in the University days. On this night, few fear to tread outdoors less one encounters – Amateuris Drinkerus. It was therefore a rare Opperchancity for Hector and Marg to … Continue reading

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Clydebank – Hot & Spicy – Featuring the former New Cafe Punjab

This evening Hector headed out towards Old Kilpatrick and Bowling, I was convinced I spotted an Indian Takeaway driving past a few weeks ago. If it exists, it needs better illumination, back to the tried and tested. As was noted … Continue reading

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Clydebank – New Cafe Punjab – The Post Eclipse Curry

There was a near Total Eclipse (95%) this morning visible in the West of Scotland. Lord Clive of Crawley had advised us of this Celestial Phenomenon some two years ago. Visible?, just.  There was an After-Eclipse Party, well done, Sir … Continue reading

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Raja’s Parkhall – Has Hector been here before?

Marg assured she me she was not home for dinner this evening, a chance to try a Takeaway in Parkhall that I had tried a couple of times previously, but not since the birth of Curry-Heute. Raja’s (144Duntocher Rd., Parkhall, … Continue reading

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Clydebank’s Hot & Spicy – Curry Cooked to Order, but Where?

Everyone surely has their favourite Local Takeaway, Hector unfortunately does not. In the past I have mentioned The Clydebank Curry Taste, everything comes out pretty much the same. It was in Clydebank where, once upon a time Rogan Josh was … Continue reading

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Bombay Grill – Re-opened – Re-located

The Bombay Grill (19-21 Glasgow Road, Hardgate, Clydebank, G81 5PJ) has been in its current location since February of this year, same business, same staff. My last review was written almost exactly a year ago, I subsequently discovered they had … Continue reading

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New Cafe Punjab, Clydebank – Two Years Later

Hector-the-Chef was off-duty this evening, Curry-Heute for one required. First stop was the Boulevard Hotel to try and secure the Desi Achari that had promise in May on my last visit. The building is currently undergoing a major redevelopment, there … Continue reading

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