This is no ‘curry house’. Real Indian cuisine is much more varied and subtle, and Roz Ana captures this beautifully. It's inspiration comes from Lucknow, itself a melting pot of Asian cuisines and the home of delicate slow-cooked braises and biryanis. The menu features regional dishes from across most of India, including a proper Portuguese vin d'ahlo (aka vindaloo) from Goa.
I was treated to dinner here by my daughter recently. We had a friendly welcome: the decor is understated and the ambience calm. We had much to talk about and were not rushed: service was unobtrusive but efficient. We chose the seafood sampler for two. The Amritsari fish was delicately spiced and deep-fried to perfection; the grilled tiger prawn and coconut-encrusted soft shell crab were delicious but a little overcooked for our taste. We followed with a perfect Chennai prawn biryani and a meltingly tender pork belly vin d'ahlo: hot but not overly so, accompanied by mung dal and a sourdough naan. No room for dessert!
Would definitely return.
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