A GLASGOW restaurant has managed to cook everything in miniature to announce the launch of its new menu. 

The Dhabba in Candleriggs took inspiration from the Japanese art of cooking everything in tiny dollhouse portions to launch its new 'small bowl' menu. 

The new tapas-style menu called 'laghu kund' has been launched during the Merchant City Festival this weekend. 

The menu is designed for groups of diners who want to sample a whole load of dishes or curious individuals who want to try out more than one dish.

Owner Navdeep Basi said: “Small plate menus offer a greater choice for customers and can lead to a more communal dining experience too. You can order one of two dishes with a drink or go all out with five or six bowls for full-on dining. Everything on our menu is cooked freshly to order and we wanted people to be able to try some new dishes as well as old favourites. We had fun making a little promo video to go along with it although obviously, our small bowls are a bit larger than the ones we made for the video.” 

On the new menu, diners can try anything from street food dishes like loliwada jheenga with crispy king prawns, hariyali mokal with basil and lemon chicken and dahi bhalla lentil dumplings to Seafood like rasedar macchli seabass fillet and ajwaini macchli Scottish monkfish. 

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Bowls range in price from £3.45 to £9.95 and Dhabba’s kitchen is nut-free with some gluten-free options too.