Feeling hot, hot, hot...10 places to eat curry

This week it's all about curry.

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Ashoka, 19 Ashton Lane, Glasgow West End G12 8SL

With an early evening "supper club" menu for £10.95, you can sample two courses and a side with dishes like South Indian garlic chilli, jalfrezi or korma!

Babu Bombay Street Kitchen, 186 West Regent Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 4RU

"They're open for breakfast and lunch, and have hot and cold 'street food' - a curry of the day, a dahl of the day, and various wraps, as well as tiffin packs that you can take away and eat for your dinner. I settled for the curry of the day which was sweet potato and various other veg and very tasty it was too - just the right side of nippy" raves Lucy B.

Balbir's, 7 Church Street, Glasgow West End G11 5JP

For diners new to Balbir's, the chef will construct a tasting menu to suit your tastes. Maureen M says "the food is excellent. Chickpeas, grains and nuts - a light and tasty dish I haven't seen in any other curry house I have been to in Glasgow."

Banana Leaf, 67 Cambridge Street, Glasgow City Centre G3 6QX

Serving up Malaysian Chinese cuisine, the roti canai is a must. Crispy flatbread served with delicious curry sauce, it's a brilliant start to your meal! Finish off with pork spare ribs in rich curry sauce!

The Dhabba, 44 Candleriggs, Glasgow Merchant City G1 1LE

Julie E gives "special mention to the monkfish curry - it was sublime! It was wonderfully moist and well cooked and the lovely (not too spicy or creamy) curry sauce complimented it."

Ichiban, 50 Queen Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 3DS

Lauren C recommends the "katsu curry" at this Japanese restaurant! Served with chicken or pork, it makes a great taste sensation for something a little different.

Mother India's Café, 1355 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End G3 8AD

You're spoiled for choice with a tapas style selection of curries - meaning you don't need to limit yourself to just one! With chicken tikka, patina lamb or a simple chicken breast curry, you'll be in curry heaven.

Shish Mahal, 66 Park Road, Glasgow West End G4 9JF

"I can't get enough of curry!" raves Marj C. "I love going back and trying something different every time. It is a great introduction to Indian cuisine, but well known by curry lovers for its quality and class."

Thai Siam, 1191 Argyle Street, Glasgow West End G3 8TQ

Claire D loved the curry here! "We shared Thai Green Curry with king prawns - it was spicy, creamy and bursting with flavour." Other curries include jungle curry or roasted duck!

The Left Bank, 35 Gibson Street, Glasgow West End G12 8NU

Tom M sampled the "fish fillet with Goan curry. A well spiced fragrant curry, loaded with mussel, squid and prawns. It was accompanied by nutty rice. A very warming dish on a cold day, with enough bite to leave your mouth singing!"

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