Review on Killermont Polo Club
Housed in a converted manse in leafy grounds just off Maryhill Road, this is one of the most unusual Indian restaurants in Scotland. As the name suggests, polo is the theme: paintings of the sport and its players are festooned around the wood-panelled clubhouse and more formal dining room, there are glass cabinets displaying polo shirts and – occasionally – you may even find bowls of Polo mints at reception.
The long menu has its share of tandooris and curry house stalwarts, but it's best known for 'dum pukht' specialities – a style of slow-cooking apparently favoured by Moghul Emperors, in which each dish comes with its own distinctive sauce and a noticeable absence of lurid artificial colourings. Typical offerings might include chandi kaliyan (lamb in an aromatic gravy with nuts and saffron), murgh wajid ali (chicken with pomegranate) and baghar-e-baigan (aubergines cooked with tamarind, sesame seeds, peanuts and coconut). Also look for the 'tawa' specialities cooked on iron griddles.
Added to this are bargain-priced set lunches, teatime specials (2.30-6pm Sun-Thurs) and great-value buffets. Mobile Food Guide reporters have also given takeaways the thumbs up.
Killermont Polo Club is also featured in: Michelin Guide, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 (1.00pm Sun) through until
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card