Four restaurants have been chosen to represent Glasgow in the Curry Capital of Britain competition.
KoolBa, Mister Singh’s, Mother India and Neelim received the most public votes out of the 91 Indian restaurants in the city.
Bradford is the current title holder. The award was won by Glasgow in 2002, 2003, 2006 and 2010 and the city was runner-up in 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2011.
The public can vote in the competition until 21 September.
Votes can be cast on Glasgow City Council’s website.
Lord Provost Sadie Docherty said she had been impressed with the public support so far and hoped that Glasgow would bring back the title.
She said: “This city has many, many wonderful Indian restaurants and the public have made an excellent choice nominating KoolBa, Mister Singh’s India,
Mother India and Neelim to go forward and represent us in the competition.
“Thanks to their support we have four fantastic restaurants, each with their own unique style and quality – not to mention enthusiasm – to help Glasgow win.”
Other cities vying for the award of Curry Capital of Britain include Edinburgh, Liverpool, Sheffield, Nottingham, Luton and London.
To vote for your city, visit www.fedrest.com.
– BBC News