Bowls, Plates and Thali at The Cellar, Mother India Glasgow



The Cellar at Mother India

28 Westminster Terrace, Glasgow, G3 7RU

To book: Telephone: 0141 221 1663

Newly introduced Bowls, Plates and Thali Menu at The Cellar, Mother India – from 10 November, 2016.

The Cellar is a hidden restaurant within Mother India – with its own unique and casual atmosphere.  Intimate space to share a relaxing meal with friends and family.


 Healthier breads & rice

Wholemeal roti masala missi roti plain basmati today’s rice

Rice & breads

Basmati rice with chicken stock nan bread
Radish paratha peshwari nan

Pickles & extras

Homemade mango chutney coriander chutney
Spiced onions

Rice & breads

All rice, tandoori breads and parathas will be charged at 3.5 per item all flatbreads will be charged at 2 per item pickles etc will be charged at 1.5 per item

Kids menu


Chicken pakora

Vegetable dosa
2 popadoms & mango chutney mains


Chicken tikka

Served with chips

Chicken korma served with rice and chappati

Haddock goujons cooked in a lightly spiced batter

Lamb biryani
Lamb cooked with basmati rice served with gravy

Potato & spinach dosa served with rice and sambar daal

£7 per child

After dinner


Vanilla ice cream 3.5 gulab jamin with ice cream 5 mint choc chip ice cream 3.95 kulfi 4.0
Mango lassi 3.5
Sweet of the day

Ask staff for details


Coffee 2 cappuccino 2.4 café latte 2.5 espresso 2 tea 2 liqueur coffee 4

Kingfisher / craft beers / cider

Please note there is a 10% service charge for parties of 8 or more. corkage 3.5 per bottle 750ml wine. sparkling wine 6.5


The Cellar at Mother India

28 Westminster Terrace, Glasgow, G3 7RU

To book: Telephone: 0141 221 1663


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