7b, Mearnskirk Road, Newton Mearns, Glasgow, Scotland G77 5TD
7 reviews of nakodar grill in English
this place is great, my hubby & tend to go to city centre & eat out but after trying this place twice it will def become our local.
had my mum in-laws 70th birthday in it just recently for 9 people & the
staff were great, couldn,t do enough. the food is great & i’m looking
forward to working my way through the menu!
keep up the good work.
I absoultely love this restaurant! My friends and I eat here on probably a monthly basis, the food is consistently tasty and well proportioned. Service is prompt, very freindly and welcoming. As others have mentioned the tandoori meats are great, the naans excellent! Nakodari lamb, chicken tikka saag and the haggis pakora are favourites that we order every time. Highly recommended! Pre-theatre menus are also available which make it excellent value! Go try it, it's great! :)
Hubby and I eat there on a regular basis, and can honestly say this is one of (if not -THE) best in glasgow. We recommend the Grill to anyone who will listen. We have tried many of their dishes (lahori lamb is our fave) and they have even changed the meat in some of their dishes for us too!
The venue itself is lovely, and not what you would expect being so close to Duke street.
Youst must try any of their meats in the tandoori oven, as any meat is amazing when cooked in it! (trust me!!!)
I'm truly disappointed.
2 curries with 1 rice, 1 nan, 2 popadums and spiced onions came to £20 with the discount on their menu. Expensive.
Delivery was quick but they forgot the nan and onions.
The rice was meant to have peppers and mushrooms in it. It was over boiled with currants and peppers and a very small portion.
Spiced onions were £1.10 and I got a very small pakora sauce tub full. Nan bread was bog standard, if dry and flimsy.
Both curries were nice but not mind blowing and the tubs where half full with a small amount of small chunks of chicken tikka. I was assured the vegi curry was nice but nothing special. The spiced onions were very nice but a tiny amount for £1.10.
Despite its claims the Nakodar Grill is one to avoid. I am a connoisseur when it comes to curries having tried curries throughout Britain and Europe.
This was no better and less value than All in One and not a spec on the old Flames, it's not even in the same ballpark as Dhabba/Dakhin, Shish Mahal, or The Taj despite that being the market is seems to be appealing to.
Yep I have eaten there twice...I am vegetarian so it was good to see many options on the menu. I had the Daal cakes and the chick pea poori...both lovely...oh and the pakora... The Paneer tikka was scrumptious....In fact there is something for everyone on the menu here. The portions do not look huge but with only a starter, a main course and a bit of a nan I was well and trully stuffed and lets face it, we eat too much in the west anyway. The problem with us Glasgwegians is that we expect heaving plates that leave us fit to burst, or leave huge amounts of wasted food. Lovely atmosphere in this restaurant and there is a beer garden out the back for the summer and the smokers...I think they even got a screen out there for the football once..The staff are very attentive and the decor is well chosen...a modern variation of the traditional indian restaurant...the music is also indian and makes a good background noise...but turn it down lads!...staff are a young team so I think they like it blaring a bit but where very courteous when asked to lower the volume....It is pricey for Dennistoun but so what? It is a restaurant, they have bills and staff to pay and Dennistoun is slowly seeing a return to the classy area that it used to be...I am old enough to remember the lovely little shops and character that Duke street used to have...Let it creep back and let us eat curry!
This is a really lovely little gem just off Duke Street which has a take a way service upstairs from the main dining room.
We ordered a starter to share, 1 mixed tandoori grill, 1 chicken tikka grill, 1 desert, a bottle of wine and a pint of Staropramen and the bill came to just under £60.
The mixed grill comes with rice and naan bread which at £17.95 you would expect so.
I thought the service and food was great although if you are mega hungry the portions might be a bit on the short side. (maybe we should have got a starter each)
The only gripe I hear is that the place has somewhat priced itself too high for "Dennistoun" but what competition do they have at this standard in the locale?
The place was busy and the owner Johnny seems a really good guy that will take time to chat and takes a real pride in his establishment.
If ovens is your thing their tandoori oven is the only two of three of a kind in Scotland which are situated front of house.
Good chill out restraunt with a mixture of people.
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