Swadish Sunday Tandoori Chicken Roast (Merchant City, Glasgow) 2021 : Review

V: 22nd August 2021

The Visit :

Todays visit I went with a group of friends for the Sunday Tandoori Chicken Roast, this is something I have not had in Swadish before so I was really looking forward to it.

Tandoori Chicken Roast (Pre-order required Feeds 2 people £35.00)

Available only by pre-order on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday.

  • Marinated Tandoori Chicken Roast
  • Served with tandoori potatoes, carrots and broccoli
  • Buttery tomato sauce
  • Naan bread/Pilau rice
  • And mint and coriander chutney.

There were 5 of us tonight so we ordered 3 roasts, since 1 does 2 people.

WOW the table tonight was very very full, but everything looked very good and smelled really nice.

Presentation like always was perfect, everything looked so good.

We all couldn’t wait to dig in, and start tasting this massive feast in front of us.

The chicken was perfectly cooked, very tender and juicy and had an amazing flavour. The dips so good, I couldn’t decide what my favourite was the mint or the tomato sauce.

The veg and rice was again perfectly cooked and very flavoursome.

I was a bad blogger tonight as I forgot to take photos of the rest of the dishes, as we were all having a lovely meal and a great chat and laughs.

There was no room for any desserts, and some food was taken home with us as we were all so full from this amazing roast.

I cant fault anything tonight apart from my stomach not being big enough, the food was all perfectly cooked and packed with amazing flavours.

Fancy having a great Sunday Roast? then check out Swadish and get ordering I promise you, you wont be disappointed.

Overall Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Swadish (Merchant City, Glasgow) 2021 : Review

V: 2nd July 2021

The Visit :

Back again, yup I should just set up camp here as recently I am here lots…though Ajay and the staff probably wouldn’t like that.

The Food:

Crispy Kale Bhaji £4.50

I thought I would order a light starter and this is what caught my attention.

Wow just look at this, this smelled and looked really good.

This is as its described crispy and very tasty, and actually very filling.

I would happily order this again, and I think I actually have…I am loosing track of what I have and haven’t tried 🙂

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Chicken Tikka Masala £13

I don’t think I have tried this….but I could be wrong and cant remember…

Just like all the dishes here they come out looking great and smelling great.

I ordered rice with this dish, and plated up.

Ohh very nice, the flavours were nice nothing over powering and the chicken very tender.

My Rating:

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Mocktail : Alhambra £6.00
Raspberry, Strawberry, Mint, Lime, Soda

I am the designated driver these days, so its juice or mocktails…which to be honest suit me fine.

This one jumped out at me as it sounded sweet, and I like sweet things.

Ohh very nice, and very refreshing and worked well with tonight’s meal.

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.


As always a great evening with good food and always highly recomended.

Overall Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Swadish Big Daddy Sunday Grill (Merchant City, Glasgow) 2021 : Review

V: 13th June 20201

Swadish invited me to come along to try a new dish that is being added to the menu, but this one is only availbe on Sundays and for a group of 4 or more people.

Luckily they told me more people were invited or I would have probably exploded trying to eat this all by myself.

On entering I was greeted by Ajay and we had a good catch-up, and then we were presented with a Mango Lassi⁠

Mango Lassi £5.50⁠

They also do a passion fruit Lassi if that tickles your taste buds more.⁠

Mango Lassi is a fav of mine, and this tasted really good. It wasn’t too sweet, and had great flavour.⁠

I will be getting this again on my return.⁠

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Now for the Big Daddy Grill…

About The Grill:

A FEAST for your eyes and EXPLOSION of true Indian flavours for your taste buds. First time in Glasgow, like nothing you have seen before from the streets Delhi, Maharashtra, Kerala and Punjab the charcoal grilled and juicy chicken and lamb will make you DROOL for more.

Available on Sundays only by a pre-order for groups of at least 4 people, and the price starts at £27.50 pp

The grill consists of:

  • Tandoori Malai Chicken
  • Tandoori Green Herbs and Black Peppercorns Chicken
  • Tandoori Spiced Chicken
  • Kohlapuri Lamb Chops
  • Dried Fenugreek, Chilli and lemon marinated charred vegetables
  • Makhni tomato sauce
  • Mixed vegetable salad
  • Kebab Sauce
  • Cucumber and mint raita
  • Coriander Chutney
  • Garlic naan bread

Has that made your mouth water just reading that? I bet its has!

They say you eat with your eye before your belly, this is very true for this. It was carried out to the table, you could hear some sizzling, smell it all before I saw it.

It was then placed on the table, and it took up the whole table and looked soooo good!!! Everyone around me also was like wow!!!!

I started with the naan. and it was fluffy and had a great taste. The garlic wasn’t overpowering, it was just there and was perfect.

Dipping this in the sauces was needed, and again mmmm so so so good!

Next was time to dig in and try all the chicken etc

I feel I am repeating myself, but its 100% the truth! The meat on everything was cooked to perfection, it slid right off the bone and packed with amazing flavours.

I tried a bite from everything, and like everyone else we really enjoyed every mouthful.


Firsly a BIG thanks to the guys at Swadish for the invite and the amazing food!

You saw how good it looked, and it tasted amazing! Everything was cooked to perfection and was packed with amazing flavours.

Get booking now to make your Sundays that extra special!!!

Overall Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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The review posted was not influenced in any way just because it was gifted, all comments and thoughts in this blog post are my 100% honest opinion.

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