It is the ultimate hot date: a Glasgow Indian restaurant has put a chocolate curry on the menu. The dish combines two of the most powerful aphrodisiacs known to man - or woman - curry and chocolate.
Restaurant boss Johnnie Ginda has launched the dish in the run-up to Valentine's Day, but it will remain a firm fixture on the all-year menu. 'If you want your date to be really hot you will not fail with this dish,' he said.
The Nakodari is a medium hot king prawn curry that comes complete with a chocolate and strawberry naan bread and costs £16.95. An accompanying strawberry pakora is also available at £4.95.
Mr Ginda, 38, has launched the dishes at his new Nakodar Grill in Glasgow's Dennistoun district.
The Nakodari is named after Mr Ginda's home village in the Punjab area of India where it was perfected by his late grandfather and passed down through the generations.