How many Indian restaurants offer the same tired Anglicised dishes? Rishi is different. Dosa and coconut based fish curries. Most of the menu was new to me. Had a great lamb curry which I can't pronounce or spell!
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This was our first time at Rishi's, we were made very welcome by the staff, my first impression was that most of the diners were of Asian decent, which for me is a big plus, normally means that the food is more authentic. This was...More
My last two ventures into Rishis have been like entering the boiling pits of Mordor. I am a long time customer and this has been an issue for years but I can't take it any more. I'll bet my invisible chateau that most customers can't...More
Ate here with a colleague and the food was very good. I had lamb chops for starter which were delicious. Main course was lamb dhansak and a keema nan. Nan bread was huge so no need for rice. Nice atmosphere and the staff were very...More
I have been eating at this restaurant q unite sometime now. The food quality is detoriating. We ordered plain Idli last time to give to my kids, and they served heated old idli. The corners were dry, and the idli was very hard. Although the...More
I have eaten at Rishi's on many occasions and the South Indian food is excellent. A standard curry on the other hand could be improved just lacking that overall infusion of flavours that spices should produce. Service and ambience is where Rishi's lacks. The restaurant...More
This was a wonderful find for Indian food in Glasgow's city center. When I walked in for an early dinner at 5:30pm on a Saturday, the restaurant was already busy, which I thought was a good sign. Seems to be popular with locals. Menu includes...More
Beautiful ambiance and sitting arrangement ideal location at the heart of Glasgow City Center Rail and Bus Station . This restaurant is special with the food quality. All Food are very aromatic, deliciously tasty which satisfies ur desire of an good food experience.