Discover Restaurants offering the best Indian food in Port Charlotte, Scotland, United Kingdom including Port Mor Community Cafe, Port Mor Centre, Taj Mahal
4 based on 92 reviews
Fully licensed community cafe situated on the outskirts of port charlotte on a campsite. We offer a range of breakfast, lunch, light bites and evening meals until 830pm. Our food ranges from gourmet pizzas, burgers, curry of the day, vegetarian option, ve
Amazing location and the camp site staff so friendly and helpful. The cafe sadly was a completely different. So it was festival week but it really was not that busy. We popped in for two evenings not to eat but a quick drink with the kids around 6pm. All staff were stressed and not at all welcoming. We were happy to stand at the bar but not really welcomed, we were happy to perch on a table before people arrived for their meal, not really welcome. The beer from Islay ales was great. Popped in one morning for breakfast. Left after 10 mins. Only 1/2 tables were full, we asked do we wait at the table for someone to come to us or order at bar and were told they did not know. We were told a few bacon baps would take 30 mins. Real shame and it seems, looking at other reviews we were just unlucky.
We had a group of 22 people at the restaurant and all thoroughly loved it. The menu has a great deal of variety of traditional British dishes. However, many of us had the curry, which was excellent, with lots of flavour and heat levels. The new owners and staff are all very friendly and helpful. The waiter staff needs to focus a bit more on checking on the customers for drink refills and clearing the plates, however, I suspect that these are just growing pains. We loved the meal and will be going back next year for our annual family dinner out. The restaurant decor is relatively low-key but tasteful with a beautiful view out to Loch Indaal. I highly recommend the Port Mor Community Restaurant.
3 based on 150 reviews
In this small capital town of Bowmore, there are few eating places outside of the hotels. The Taj Mahal Tandoori Restaurant & Take Away is well situated, a two minute walk from the town's famous eponymous distillery. It is a restaurant run by Bangladeshis and offers a diametrically opposite cuisine to what the traveler can otherwise find in this location. The place is large and well lit; the male staff are friendly and adapt the intensity of the spices based on the diner's preferences. The food was utterly disappointing. As with many dishes from the Subcontinent, the presentation lacked finesse -- the bowls were jammed with food. The colors were unappetizing - a sure sign that it was overly spicy. I found the two dishes I ordered -- fried rice to be bland and a mixed meat and vegetable dish spicy hot to an extent I could not enjoy it. The diet coke was tepid. No credit cards accepted. It was an unwelcome foray into ethnic food in this remote, pretty region of Scotland where the restaurant seemed totally out of place. But it had a steady stream of local customers!.
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