That’s the offer to food fans, who have the chance to taste heaven thanks to the Pakora Passport from Yelp Glasgow.
The exciting new expeditions were launched at a tastebud-tingling event in one of Glasgow’s most prestigious restaurants – Mother India – last Tuesday.
A range of pakora was provided for sampling by around 70 guests, along with beers from Fyne Ales, and wines provided by Matthew Clark.
Passport holders will be going on fortnightly outings to explore a different pakora spot across Glasgow.
All you need to do is take along your passport, indulge in some pakora and get your passport stamped.
The expeditions will be running for around three months and if you get enough stamps in your passport, you’ll be invited to Yelp Glasgow’s Secret Pakora Club.
The Pakora Passport will be a great way for Yelpers (people who review on the Yelp website) to get to discover great businesses across Glasgow.
The Pakora Passport is also a fun way to get to know more about Yelp – a city guide to help you find cool places to eat, shop, drink, relax and play based on the informed opinions of a vibrant, active community of Glasgow locals.
You can find Yelp online as well as on your mobile.
For more information, visit www.yelp.co.uk/glasgow, www.facebook.com/yelpglasgow or log onto Twitter – @yelpglasgow.