Authentic South Indian cuisine since 2004

Dakhin was the first authentic South Indian restaurant in Scotland.

Set amidst the centre of Glasgow’s Merchant city district, we offer diners a vast array of speciality dishes from India’s southern region. Our unique menu of chicken, lamb, seafood and vegetarian preparations have become favourites amongst the discerning customer.

Discover Dakhin

Experience South Indian Culture.

The Chef’s Lunch Selection

Choice of three courses from a set menu, or try the full Indian thali lunch.

Only £11.95

Pre-Theatre Dining

You don’t need to wait for a special occasion to treat yourself. Our two-course set menu is available everyday.

Only £17.95pp

Group Tastings

Our chefs have carefully created a range of menus that perfectly capture our traditions of friendship and sharing.

From £25.00pp

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Thinking of eating out in an Indian restaurant in Glasgow City Centre?

Dakhin, through our glowing feedback, has been described by many as offering some of the best Indian food in Glasgow.

Our dishes are bursting with flavour – we have been serving them to countless diners since we opened our doors 17 years ago as the first truly authentic South Indian restaurant in the country. We are proud to offer a cultural experience in the heart of Merchant City where our restaurant is based, and our attentive service and quality food leads our customers to return to us time and time again.

Our Indian restaurant sits just a walk away from Buchanan Street so you can head to us and relax after a day of shopping. It is near enough to Glasgow Central Station for you to make your way here and settle in to dine within our sleek interiors. If you’re on the go, however, our take away service is also an option so you can tuck in at home. We can deliver to you too.

Importantly, our menu is completely Coeliac friendly. We have ensured that our dishes are totally gluten free and are delighted to sit amongst the selection of gluten free restaurant options in Glasgow and wider Scotland.