Three Course Indian Meal For Two (£19) or Four (£34) With Side Dish and Wine or Beer at Cafe Noor (Up to 66% Off)
- Traditional Indian restaurant
- Open 7 days a week
- Open until midnight and until 1am on Fri and Sat
- Between Crossmyloof and Shawlands Rail stations
- Starter and main each
- Side each, such as rice or naan
- Glass of wine, beer or soft drink
- Includes chef specialities, classic, Tandoori and unusual dishes
- Ice cream, tea, or coffee each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking not required but strongly recommended. 24 hour cancellation policy. Limited availability Fri-Sat, tables only available until 7pm. Eat-in only. £4.50 supplement per dish for king prawn, fish & tandoori sizzlers. Valid for sides up to £2.45 each only. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only.
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Variety is the spice of life, having closely pipped cardamom and basil in a distinctly heated competition. Curry flavour with today's Groupon from Cafe Noor. Choose from the following options:• £19 for a three course Indian meal for two with a side dish and drink each (Up to 62% off)
• £34 for a three course Indian meal for four with a side dish and drink each (Up to 66% off)
Long-established in Glasgow’s South Side, Cafe Noor presents full-flavoured traditional Indian fare, serving up classic and unusual dishes for a vivacious in-house dining experience. The Eastern eatery is seasoned with traditional tandoori, balti, and biryani dishes, and embellished with succulent cuts of chicken, lamb, and freshly-prepared seafood. The chefs devote themselves to curing cravings with authentic flavours, also whipping up billowing Indian banquets for family get-togethers, birthday parties, and business functions.
Indian feasts may begin with spicy lamb pakoras (£5.95) or garlic mushrooms (£4.95), before guests parade their way towards a medley of enticing main courses. Choices include the mellow flavours of the Kashmiri chicken korma made with mangos or pineapple (£9.45), the medium heat of the lamb tikka jaipuri with green peppers, mushrooms, and onions (£9.95), or the fiery vegetarian option of paneer tikka parsee masala in a spicy sauce (9.95). Meals will be accompanied by a side dish, with diners able to choose between naan bread (£2.35) and basmati fried rice (£2.45), and the whole feast will be washed down with glass of house wine, beer, or soft drink each. Finally, the visit can meet either a sticky, sweet end with bowls of creamy ice cream, or a more calming finish with cup of tea or coffee each.
Cafe Noor has been a hit with Qype users, who awarded it mouth-tingling 5/5, while Yelpers gave the eatery 4/5. Reviewers noted the decor and attentive service, but special mention went to the quality of the traditional Indian menu.
This is a very traditional Indian restaurant - all pinks, reds, thick carpets, comfy seats and good quality full beers (both bottled and on draft [sic]). Thankfully, it's not just the decor and atmosphere that are traditional. Yep, you've guessed it the food is, as far as I can tell, traditional too.
– Laura M., Yelp, Feb 2010
The food is consistently excellent: rich aromatic sauces, beautiful succulent meat, a great selection and specific orders are always catered for.
– AliBaliBee, Qype, Sep 2009 (updated Feb 2011)