This younger sibling of Glasgow’s highly rated Mother India restaurant (a city favourite since the mid 1990s) takes a tapas approach to traditional Indian dishes. Given the way many Indian restaurants encourage diners to order more than they can eat, the small-portion approach adopted here makes a lot of sense. What you get here is a basic, if ironic, decor (flock wallpaper) & a choice of around 40 starter-sized portions of classics such as chana dhal, lamb saag, vegetable pakora or chicken tikka – as well as breads, rice & sundries. A changing specials menu adds the likes of lemon & cashew nut rice, or malai kofta. Everything comes freshly cooked, nicely hot & well priced at between £2.95 and £4.95 per dish.