‘Balbir’s insistence on cooking without ghee and artificial colouring ensured the dish had a nice light feel to it. This meant that, instead of waddling back to our car, we were able to march away, two satisfied customers.’
‘One of the most enjoyable nights I’ve spent in Glasgow involved the sociable sharing of a ‘banquet’ at Balbir’s on Church St.’
‘Distinctive, health conscious and reasonably priced, Balbir’s Tiffin rooms genuinely adds something to Glasgow’s crowded curry scene and demands repeat visits.’
‘exquisite Indian food with no heavy butter-based recipes, Everything at veteran restaurateur Balbir’s tiffin rooms is well executed. A welcome encore for one of India’s older songs’.
‘the food is unpretentious, fresh, fragnent and adventurous with a lot of locally sourced ingredients. The result is good food that’s good for you.
‘This is fresh and fun Indian food delivered with a final bill that will encourage repeat visits, its another Balbir beezer.
‘Balbir is undoubtedly the unsurpassed master of the starters, the little dishes, the tasters, the tracts. Balbir is back and that can surely be no bad thing’.
‘a huge personal favourite…. Arguably the best Indian restaurant in Scotland’.
‘Balbir’s, voted the number 1 out of connoisseur choice of Indian restaurants in Scotland’
‘The house knows its stuff inside out, so let it choose. Its all tasty high grade stuff’
‘Balbir has raised the bar for all the restaurants.’
‘In a world of its own. Balbir’s offers a masterclass in Indian cuisine head and shoulders above the rest. The man who started off Glasgow’s Ashoka chain still stands out of the crowd’.