Valentine’s Day, 2016. Mother India,

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Romance may be in the air, but you don’t really need someone special in your life to enjoy yourself at this time of year. You can still indulge your love of  Indian cuisine with your friends at Mother India

You will find fabulous food from the regular menu with no inflated ‘Valentine’s Day’ prices and your favourite tipple at no exorbitant expense.

Mother India in Westminster Terrace will be in full swing during Valentine’s Weekend, so best to book early. The only thing that’s special about the menu is the food!

What about Ginger Crab and Prawn Dosa for starters, perhaps followed with Smeena’s Slow Chicken Curry, Green Chilli, Tomatoes and Onions cooked for hours with a touch of olive oil and simmered with whole spices?    Table for two perhaps?

Mother India
28 Westminster Terrace, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G3 7RU
 Telephone 0141 221 1663

You can also choose from the Mother India Group’s other restaurants:

Mother India’s Cafe

Perfect for sharing with a Twist on Tapas

1355 Argyle St, Glasgow G3 8AD
Telephone:0141 339 9145

Dining In, Argyle Street

Takeaway from the deli – or dine in at The Den

Right beside Mother India’s Cafe, across the road from Kelvingrove Art Galleries. Mother India’s chefs will prepare your take away food to the same high standards in full or Tapas sized portions. Or pick up the ingredients and cook your own meal from scratch.

1347 Argyle Street,
Glasgow G3 8AD
Telephhone 0141 334 3815

Dining In, Bearsden

Deli with a difference
Offering  ‘food less ordinary’ that Mother India is renowned for – for you to enjoy at home or at work.  Also caters for special parties.
Sample Menu

New Kirk Rd, Bearsden, Glasgow  G61 3SJ
0141 942 3643

First Love – a poem by Leela Soma for Valentine's Day
Valentine Photo Competition 2016 University of Glasgow

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