City diners have chosen the four restaurants which will represent Glasgow in the UK Curry Capital of Britain competition.
They were asked to nominate their favourite Indian restaurants and have chosen Kama Sutra and Slum Dog in Sauchiehall Street, Koolba in Candelriggs and Neelim in Dumbarton Road.
They received the most votes out of a total of 78 Glasgow restaurants nominated and will now go head to head for the national title with cities from across the UK.
Glasgow is the current holder of the title and also won the Curry Capital crown in 2002, 2003 and 2006 as well as being a close runner-up in 2004, 2005 and 2007.
Lord Provost Bob Winter said: "This city has many, many wonderful Indian restaurants and the public have made an excellent choice nominating Kama Sutra, Koolba, Neelim and Slum Dog to go forward and represent Glasgow in the competition.
"Thanks to their support, we have four fantastic restaurants each with their own unique style and quality to help Glasgow keep the title."
As part of the competition, the restaurants will be invited to hold a special dinner in the lead up to the final with proceeds going to The Curry Tree Charitable Fund to help the poor and undernourished around the world.
They will also be secretly visited by a team of independent judges before the winning city is announced on November 1.
The city council, which is supporting the restaurants in their quest to retain the accolade of Britain's curry capital, must also produce a bid document to showcase why Glasgow is the deserved winner.
The public now have until Thursday, September 22 to vote for Glasgow as the winning city at www.glasgow.gov.uk/currycapital. You can also vote by calling 020 8399 4831 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org