Creme de la Creme (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:INDIAN. 1071 Argyle St, G3 8LZ. Tel: +44 (0)141 221 3222.
Newest Review: ... probably because of the cheesy radio ads on Radio Clyde but was never that interested. Yet before we entered, I was being told by my mate that it used to be a cinema, interesting! As soon as you come in, you first think that yes, this is very unconventional and my first impression was good, there was also that curry smell and loads of heat...after a while actually, the heat becomes a bit ... more
Customer Creme de la Creme (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/12/04, updated on 05/04/05 (Useful, 299 readings)
It is somehow by chance that we ended up at the Crème de la Crème restaurant in Glasgow. I was meeting a friend and he had only an hour for lunch time unfortunately, so the closest Indian place to his workplace "Skypark" was this one. I had heard a lot about this restaurant probably because of the cheesy radio ads on Radio Clyde but was never that interested. Yet before we entered, I was being told by my mate that it used to be a cinema, interesting! As soon as you come in, you first think that yes, this is very unconventional and my first impression was good, there was also that curry smell and loads of heat...after a while actually, the heat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/01, updated on 21/05/01 (Useful, 90 readings)
I love the creame de la creme in glasgow. you either love it or hate it as some people think it's a big food warehouse where they ship you in feed you and ship you out again. Ithink the prices are very reasonable but the drinks are on the pricey side but that is not unusual for restaurants. The atmosphere is generally relaxed and easy going and the moonlight chicken is out of this world. They have something to suit everybody's taste they don't just serve indian food they do plenty of european dishes too. A great night out if you want something a bit different or even just a chicken patia. Read the complete review
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