Review – Masala Twist, Hope Street

Masala Twist is in Glasgow city centre on Hope Street within walking distance from Glasgow shopping at Buchanan Galleries, Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street. Not far from Queen Street Railway Station and Central Railway Station, and Buchanan Street Bus Station and Buchanan Street Underground.

Food menu at Masala Twist

Drinks Menu at Masala Twist

What we ate

Paneer tikka and Choley Batura to start. Firm and fragrant paneer, coated in spices that gave a good kick. Choley Batura is fried bread served with masala chickpeas. Both filling starters.

Next up was Chicken Bhuna and Indian mince n tatties! Good chunks of chicken in a garlicky tomato sauce. The mince n tatties were indeed an Indian twist on a Scottish classic. Not spicy but a mellow warmth.


One to think of for a pre-theatre meal. We chose the 5pm website deal which was £19.95 each for two courses including a drink. We paid a supplement for the paneer dish.

Happy full bellies.


Masala Twist, 261 Hope Street, Glasgow, G2 3PS

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