Curry-licious! 10 places to taste...naan

There's naan other way to enjoy a delicious curry than with a side of naan. Thankfully Yelpers in Glasgow know all the tastiest spots to get a serve!

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Akbar's

573 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow West End

Rocco G says "the family naan, also known as the 'blanket,' is really just exceptional, its got to be seen to be believed!"

The Dhabba

44 Candleriggs, Glasgow Merchant City

"The naan is so sweet and so tasty," raves Cenkai Y. "Although it is all about curry, I'd like to give full score for the yummy naan."

Mother India's Café

1355 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End

Darryl R loves the "tapas style dishes" and gives the peshwari naan "serious yum points!"

Kebabish Grill

323 Victoria Road, Glasgow South Side

For something a little different, you can get mince, cheese or chilli naan! Bex M loves the chicken korma; "very coconutty and smooth with lovely spices and perfectly mild."

Charcoal's

26A Renfield Street, Glasgow City Centre

Anne L "ordered the tandoori chicken and veggie skewers to share with some rice, garlic naan and curries on the side. Everything was delicious! The naan was soft and well made."

Rishi's

61 Bath Street, Glasgow City Centre

There's a huge selection of naan available, including stuffed naan filled with potato masala and chilli garlic naan.

Ashoka West End

1284 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End

Jen W had the "chicken bhuna which was super duper tasty! There was plenty of rice and a large, lovely, warm, buttery naan to go with it."

Balbir's

7 Church Street, Glasgow West End.

For Marj C, she "it's always lamb rogan josh, peshwari naan and a doggy bag since you won't be able to finish the massive portion! They use healthy ingredients too!"

Cinnamon

252 Main Street, Cambuslang

Serving up the unusual combination of "coriander and mint naan" you'll love the herby hit!

Shish Mahal

66 Park Road, Glasgow West End

Unusual naan options include rogni, a sweet naan with egg yolk and coconut, and lahori naan with green chilli and coriander.

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