North Indian cuisine in its truest form.
Without question this was the best curry we ever had
Jonathan Rennie, Evening Times
You don’t get finer North Indian cooking than at this superb Merchant City bolthole.
Things are definitely hotting up in the Merchant City.
Matt Simth, Metro
It's a case of yabba Dhabba do...
I C Scotland
Authenticity and finesse have allowed this Merchant City restaurant to carve itself a place among the greats.
A tremendous night of proper Indian food with plenty of different flavours to tantalise the taste buds, and, yes, this is definitely one place I would recommend.
Tam Cowan, Daily Record
The Dhabba offers authentic North Indian cuisine - so forget about bright pink chicken and tasteless nan bread, this is the real thing.
Diner Tec, Evening Times
The aromas are heavenly coming from the toasted and roasted flavours prevalent in North Indian Cuisine.
With an eclectic clientele and a menu void of cliché, the Dhabba is well set for its second decade.
Diner Tec, Evening Times
Staff at the Dhabba in Candleriggs boast that their North Indian cuisine 'will be like nothing you have ever tasted' - they are right
Louise Welsh, Sunday Times
It is a North Indian restaurant like no other, celebrating the great food culture in Glasgow, evolving over time but staying close to home.
Susan Lochrie, Greenock Telegraph
Any preconceptions you may have about Indian food; scrap them and prepare to be educated and amazed at The Dhabba – an authentic lesson in Indian cuisine.
Must Visit Scotland
Imagine a really good curry house times by, let’s say one million and you still wouldn’t be close to how good The Dhabba is.
Eat Out With Perrie
If we're lucky, this could become the model for 21st century UK curry houses
Barry Shelby, The Guardian
The team looked after us so well and the food was outstanding. Without a doubt, the best indian food we've tasted.
Tracey McCallum, i-On Magazine
In North India, roadside diners are commonly known as dhabbas. For generations, these family run establishments have been captivating hungry travellers with their own menu of closely guarded recipes, passed on from father to son.
Over time, the remarkable taste of these dhabbas soon began to spread from the highways into the cities. Many internationally acclaimed hotels started adopting the concept of the dhabba into their own restaurants, with some laying claim to being the best Indian restaurants in the world.
We at the Dhabba, are proud to present to you, real North Indian cuisine in its finest form.
The Dhabba were pioneers of real North Indian cuisine in Scotland. Since we opened in 2002, we have endeavoured to bring the true essence of North Indian cuisine to Glasgow. This isn’t your standard curry, this is cuisine that has been refined over hundreds of years, but given a modern touch.
It’s an experience that has brought people back time and time again to discover dishes never before encountered in Scotland. Only the freshest ingredients sourced from Scotland and spices from India are used to prepare the vast array of dishes.
Our remarkable menu showcases traditional dishes from all over the Northern frontier of India.