Rishis Indian Aroma (Glasgow) 2022 : Review

The Visit

The last time I was here was 5 years ago and I had wanted to visit again sooner but things got in the way.

Tonight’s visit we selected after coming back from a lovely day in Edinburgh.

The Food

Tonight I was with a friend who was from Kerala, I said to her to help me pick something I have not tried before and this is what I got.

Methu Vadai £4.50
South Indian savoury snack, made of urid dhal, spiced with onion, ginger, green chilly and curry leaves, served with sambar and chutney.

Ohh now this looked interesting…they looked like doughnuts…

Now it was time to try….ohhh this was very nice…

It was light, puffy and had a nice flavour…I then dipped it in the chutney and again it was nice….then the sambar and ohh…I loved it with the sambar!!!

This was a very nice starter and I could easily have this again….more so with the sambar mmm that is so nice ūüôā

My Rating:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Main

Kothu Parotta (Chicken) £8.95
popular Tamil Nadu street food where flaky shredded flatbreads are cooked in a spicy curry masala

I have never heard of this dish before, so I was looking forward to finding out what it was like.

I took a small bite to begin with just in case it was too spicy…as I am not good with too spicy

This was not spicy and it was so so so tasty!!!

The textures, the flavours everything was very very yummy!

This was a big portion and probably better off as a sharing one or if you are MEGA hungry!

I will be getting this again as I really loved this!!

My Rating:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Mango Lassi (Large) £3.70

If you dont know me by now, I always get a Mango Lassi when I go to an Indian restaurant.

This was very nice and very yummy and I could have easily had more and more of these.

If you fancy trying to make a Mango Lassi at home do check out my recipe here

Overall :

This was such a good day and a good end to the night.

I was so happy to come back to Rishi’s as tonight’s food was amazing! and I tried 2 new dishes that I will easily have again and highly recommend you try if you haven’t had them yet.

I am adding here to my top Restaurants list.

My Rating :

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rishis Indian Aroma (Glasgow) : Review

61 Bath Street
Glasgow
G2 2DG

Tel: 0141 332 2522

W: www.rishisglasgow.co.uk

Visit Date : Monday 2nd January 2017

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This is now my second visit to Rishi’s Indian Aroma Glasgow Restaurant, you can take a look at my previous review here

Just like the last time the atmosphere was very nice, the music wasn’t too loud and the staff were very attentive.

Tonight was a nice dinner outing with good friends.

Starters :

Rishi’s Family dosa ¬£19.95
5 foot long Crisp dosa can feed a family accompanied with Potato masala, Paneer, variety of Chutney & sambar

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The dosa as you can see filled the table from end to end, and to its side you can see some of the dips and extras it comes with.

This was my first time trying a Dosa, it was very nice and the dips that came with it were nice and added to the flavour. Next time I would maybe order the small one rather than the family one, but yeah I would have this again.

 

Gobi Manchurian £5.45
Vegetarian alternative with Cauliflower to Nelson Wang’s Creation.

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I recently tried this at my last visit at Chaakoo Bombay Cafe, and really liked it so I thought I would try it here to see how they make it.

The cauliflower was not as crispy as Chaakoo, and this was a little more spicy. This was also very nice, and I liked Rishi’s take on this.

Again I would be happy to have this again, and please do give this a try if you come here.

Overall :

Overall I had a really good night, we had lots of laughs and a lot of nice food.

  • Child Friendly : Yes
  • Service : 3.5
  • The portion sizes and taste : 4.5
  • Atmosphere : 5
  • Value for money : 5
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