Mon-Thurs Food served 9am until 10pm
Fri-Sat Food served 9am - 10.30pm
Sun Food served 10.30am- 10pm
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About Chaakoo Glasgow
The original Bomba Cafes, otherwise known as Irani Cafes, were originally opened by the Persian & Irani immigrants to India in the 19th Century. The Irani Cafes were very popular for Irani Chai Tea & a melting pot menu of classic Iranian grill dishes & classic Bombay dishes alike. They were adorned by students, taxi drivers, prostitutes and lawyers akin, as the world passed by outside. In the 1950s, there were 350 Irani Cafes & today, only 25. At Chaakoo we have strived to keep the feel & experience as similar as possible, with a little added extra. Enjoy us whether you pop in for a Chai, Bombay Slinger or Chaatinar. THERE ARE NO RULES!
Great wee place in Glasgow, food is divine
It was delicious as usual.
Really nice and fantastic service
Always good food, service and value
Recommended and would definitely return. Fab find
Always a lovely meal here -staff are so lovely and accomodating. Was just here as a couple tonight but usually have my toddler in tow and the staff are always great with him. Didn't manage to get our servers names but they were reallygreat. Service was reallyquick and the food was amazing.
Fantastic service and value for money!
Cracking place!! Lively atmosphere, great selection of little plates with big flavours, service fantastic and can't really say a bad word about it. Great night out.
As usual food was fantastic, brought along some friends who were visityglasgow and the were well impressed with the food, staff, atmosphere and decor
My only criticism is that we felt pressured to finish our meal and drinks and were told approx 3 times when they needed the back, not exactly the relaxing meal we had planned.
Great service and the food was fantastic, would recommend and will definitely be back!
Great service, delicious food.
Can pack more variety into a meal with the smaller dishes. Everything was delicious, thank you! A very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Will definitely be back.
We loved the food! Our waiter, Adam, has been a great host
Great. Delicious food and great service - look forward to coming back
Great welcome and our server Declan was fantastic, the food was absolutely delicious and the ambience of the restaurant was second to none , a thoroughly enjoyable dining experience.
Some dishes are overpriced. However quality and service are all great.
Fantastic food. The Kerala Fish curry is worth visiting for alone. Great food and really friendly staff. Seriously wouldn't go for curry anywhere else. Ive actually found myself thinking of the lamb chops ever since my visit.
We have been here quite a few times travelling from Edinburgh although this time I felt our lunch was rushed and kinda flung at us, we had a booking for 8 although it was 6 adults and 2 babies which only had French fries as they are too small to try Indian food, when the bill came it had a service charge of £15 which I though was kinda wrong as when you make the booking online it doesn’t give you an option for babies it only says people. When I questioned it the first man said that’s basically it however the girl soon rectified it as it’s not right classing a baby as an adult. The kingfisher lager was awful and not cold like before I couldn’t drink mine. The food though was excellent I just wish it could be a little more spicy. The food was served quickly however there was just too much going on with it all and not enough space at the table. We will be back but with a smaller crowd so there’s more room and less rushed thanks again
Was OK. Better curries can be found in Glasgow. Very rushed dining experience. Over priced for what is was.
We had a very enjoyable lunch and were seated quickly although we were ten minutes early. Love this place ! I would have given five stars for food and drink but the tonic water(BTW) we had with our gins was not very nice. The food was great.
Great food, great service
I only put a 4 for value for a couple of reasons: 1. I'm older so eating out is always an extravagance and I'm always wanting a bargain and 2. I'm Scottish so, again, traditionally mean. I love your food. :-)