Mother India’s Cafe is a beautiful, stylish restaurant situated just across the road from the famous Kelvingrove Museum. Much like its sister restaurant, Mother India, the cafe prides itself on great food at great prices.
This place does boast a twist on Indian cuisine; Mother India Cafe is the only place in the city that serves Indian food tapas-style. If you’re anything like me, this is a huge draw as we all know, it can be very hard to settle on just one dish when there are so many wonderful things on offer.
Mother India Cafe has an atmosphere that’s unmatched. You walk in and not only are you struck by the wonderful aromas - but there’s a genuine buzz about this place, which you feel vibrate through you from your toes, right through your body. This restaurant has a pulse!
The food is phenomenal and that’s a fact that becomes clear when you see how busy the restaurant gets, even during the week. Mother India Cafe doesn’t take bookings, so you’ll need to get down there in good time before the crowds begin to queue out the door (this happens a lot, although thankfully queuing time is not much more than 10-15 minutes).
Mother India Cafe is a glorious retreat with stunning food, fantastic beers and an atmosphere to die for; you’ll not find a more delicious dish of ginger chicken outside of India.
Mother India’s Cafe, 1355 Argyle Street, Opposite Kelvin Art Gallery, Glasgow, G3 8AD