Gulnar's Passage to India (Edinburgh) Reviews
Description:46 Queen Charlotte Street, Edinburgh. Tel: 0131 554 7520.
Newest Review: ... to your table. The lime pickle is particularly good here, so don't forget to try it! Once you are seated and crunching happily away, you will be given time to look at the extensive menu. You will find all the Indian staples here, from bhaji to bhuna and dansak to korma. Do take time to check out some of the Egyptian dishes on the menu, though, as these are distinctly different and all ... more
Customer Gulnar's Passage to India (Edinburgh) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/03/02, updated on 23/03/02 (Very useful, 493 readings)
Living in Leeds for ten years I was spoilt in terms of good curry and didn't even realise it. It was only when I moved up (even further) north to Edinburgh that I discovered how addicted I had become to them and the hunt was on for a new haunt. Three years on and the results have been somewhat disappointing. Late night curry houses aren't really the 'thing' up here, rather curry is on a parr with other restaurants - though on the whole more in terms of price than quality. All is not lost, however, as hidden in the back streets of Leith is the very reasonable, thoroughly enjoyable and distinctly different Gulnar's. Something ... Read the complete review
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