The Wee Curry Shop (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:41 Byres Road, Glasgow, Tel: 0141 339 1339 / The Wee Curry Shop can be found at the bottom of Byres Road, at the heart ... more
The Wee Curry Shop (Glasgow) ... of Partick. Within walking distance of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Kelvinhall and The Transport Museum, a good place to have lunch before a visit to the museums, or a perfect way to end the day. The Wee Curry Shop retains all the qualities of its sister restaurant in Buccleuch Street, offering the same menu but has an ambience all of its own.
Newest Review: ... indeed with seating for only thirty or so people. While this is fine for the Wednesday lunchtime when we went, I imagine you'd want to book if you were planning on visiting on a Friday or Saturday night, for example, as it will undoubtedly fill up quickly. The curry shop was about half full when we ventured in and we were invited to choose where we wanted to sit, which we did happily. Upon ... more
Customer The Wee Curry Shop (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/03/11, updated on 22/01/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
This is a review of the Wee Curry Shop on Ashton Lane, not on Byres Road as listed in the Dooyoo description. There are three Wee Curry Shops in Glasgow but adding an extra one to the Dooyoo catalogue seemed a bit pedantic. Don't hesitate to contact me and Dooyoo if you disagree. Since my semester studying at Leipzig University doesn't officially start until the 1st of April and my only friend in the city has swanned off back to Paris for a couple of weeks (being a language student certainly has its perks, doesn't it?) I decided to take the opportunity to come back home for a week or two. Being back in the UK, as always, involves visiting my three favourite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 186 readings)
A recent trip to Glasgow resulted in a couple of meals out, one of which was in The Wee Curry Shop along Byres Road in the West End of Glasgow. The Wee Curry Shop has three outlets in Glasgow: Ashton Lane, which is the West End's bar street and Buccleuch Street, which is near the Glasgow School of Art. I didn't visit either of the other two outlets, but friends who have claim that they are similar, with some differences in the menu. Location: 41 Byres Street Glasgow Tel: 0141 339 1339 Website: http://www.weecurryshopglasgow.co.uk This is near Hillhead underground station and is within 20 minutes walking ... Read the complete review
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