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Glasgow – Mother India’s Cafe – All’s Well That… or is it?

‘Tis January, the month which Marg has subconsciously set aside for a visit to Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AD), her suggestion. We waited until mid afternoon this Sunday to give the best chance of securing a … Continue reading

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Glasgow – Mother India’s Cafe – Review #13 – Ominous

A pattern has evolved of Marg’s Birthday Week extending to a Sunday visit to Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AD). In The Land of the Half Kilo, Tapas is not necessarily what The Hector thinks about when … Continue reading

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Mother India’s Cafe – A Glasgow Institution

The First Glasgow Curry of 2015 is The Tapas-style Dishes served at Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G3 8AD), Marg’s choice. It must be (nearly) her birthday. Busy as ever on a Sunday afternoon, and with no booking … Continue reading

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Mother India’s Cafe – Glasgow’s Sunday Lunchtime Curry Venue

A Wet Sunday Morning in Glasgow. Dreich – remarked Clive as we walked to Station. That the Train into Town was cancelled would have a bearing on the rest of the day. We walked into Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle … Continue reading

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A Post Wedding Curry in Glasgow, not in Berlin

In the middle of a rather Dreich Saturday afternoon, Marg and Hector bade temporary farewell to Craig and Yvonne, the Newlyweds, who went off in search of Italian Food with their Nearest and Dearest.  We were not invited.  The Laurieston … Continue reading

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Mother India’s Cafe – Marg signs up for Curry on three consecutive days

Marg returned from an overnight with Her Pals in Carnoustie feeling hungry.  It was not for Hector to suggest Curry-Heute knowing full well that a Carnoustie Curry had been consumed the previous evening.  Butter Chicken was mentioned by the Dear … Continue reading

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Mother India Cafe, Marg’s Choice

Hector is off to Bradford this weekend, something to do with the Ale Festival, allegedly.  Mr Holden has already booked me a Lamb’s Liver Curry in the Hector-style, as the good people at the Sheesh Mahal put it. Tonight I … Continue reading

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Mother India’s Cafe, it must be a Sunday afternoon

The Hockey season cannot be fully underway yet, Marg is free!  Butter Chicken at Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8AD) remains her favourite Curry, anywhere.  Unbelievably it is February since we last indulged.   Marg also selected … Continue reading

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Dr Stan’s Birthday – Mother India’s Cafe

Two satisfied customers It is a holiday; it is Dr Stan’s birthday. Hector had a Horrible Curry the previous day, so what better way to celebrate than a visit to Mother India’s Café (1355 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8AD) . … Continue reading

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More Curry? Marg: ‘I want Butter Chicken’

Marg:  ‘This is the best Butter Chicken served anywhere!’ Last night Marg declared that for the last day of the holiday we were going to Mother India Cafe (1355 Argyle St, Glasgow, G3 8AD). This certainly surprised Hector who thought … Continue reading

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