Handily placed opposite the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, this younger sibling of Glasgow’s highly rated Mother India restaurant (a city favourite since the mid-90s) takes a tapas approach to the traditional cuisine of the subcontinent – and its small-plates menu makes a lot of sense. What you get here is basic, if ironic, decor (flock wallpaper etc) and a choice of around 40 starter-sized portions of classics such as butter chicken with almonds, creamy black dhal, vegetable pakoras, aloo gobi with green beans, chilli king prawns or spiced potato and spinach dosas – as well as the usual breads, rice and sundries. Daily specials are also worth noting – perhaps roast duck in tamarind sauce on Sundays or fish biryani on Fridays. Everything comes freshly cooked, piping hot and affordably priced (most items range from £3-5). Takeaways too.