Very much a new-generation Indian restaurant, India Quay still pays due heed to its local clientele. It might be based in a fantastic location by the north end of the funky new Finnieston Bridge, bang on the Clyde, & its two dining levels might look pretty damn modern & stylish, but the menu won't scare the natives. There are about 16 main dishes, including the tried & tested chicken korma, chicken tikka masala & lamb rogan gosh, but what sets this place apart is the intelligence of the service & cooking of such curry house standards – familiar but fresh. There are another eight vegetarian choices – again, no surprises but well executed – & occasional specials run to pheasant pakora & dhal makhani (black lentils). Proprietor Pardeep Sanghera hasn't gambled the family silver on a radical leap forward but he has come up with a commendable restaurant.