Babu Bombay Street Kitchen
It's fairly new – open since 2013 – it's in the city centre and it's not a restaurant. Babu Bombay is essentially an Indian street food takeaway with a breezy, Bollywoodish look; there are a few tables if people want to sit in, and it's unlicensed but you can BYOB. Here you find breakfast chapatti wraps, Indian soft drinks, dishes like keema pau (lamb in garam masala sauce with peas, red onion, lime juice and coriander, plus a buttered and toasted morning roll on the side), fist food like the inestimable Frankie (a kind of French toast chapatti stuffed with curry), sandwiches, the curry of the week and more. People pop in for takeaway snacks and meals from morning until teatime while other customers treat it as a mini-café. A fabulous addition to Glasgow's roster of Indian eateries.