Glasgow City Council is supporting its restaurants' goal to become the Curry Capital of Britain 2006.
Four restaurants have been chosen to represent Glasgow; the Panjea, Ashoka Flame, Shish Mahal and the Dhabba will take part.
The competition is now in its sixth year, and will see sixteen cities facing off for the titles of Curry Capital of Britain 2006 and EthniCity 2006.
Glasgow won Curry Capital in 2002 & 2003, Bradford in 2004 and Birmingham in 2005.
The multiethnic 'EthniCity' title went to Edinburgh in 2003, Birmingham in 2004 and Glasgow in 2005.
The winning city will be announced this May.
Lord Provost Liz Cameron is quoted as saying:
"Glasgow is the home of a good curry. For years our fantastic Indian restaurants have served up inventive and fiery dishes to warm the culinary heart. And we are proud to say that curry is up there as our adoptive national dish."