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The cuisine of the Indian sub-continent is made up of different subtle tastes and flavours, it is as varied as the climates and the people, with their distinct cultures and traditions, within this vast land.

Curry is at the heart of all the different cuisines, but there are clear variations among the many regions. For example, the Bangladeshis have a preference for fish dishes with rich sauces served with rice, whereas in South India and Pakistan, the preference is for spicier meat dishes accompanied by bread and chapattis.

At Shozna, we bring you the best of these different heritages to give you an eating experience that is rich in exquisite tastes and flavours of the East. We are proud to present mouth watering dishes to suit every taste, including Moghul food, the mythical ‘Food of Kings’! All our dishes are prepared by our regional, national and award winning Head Chef.

Authentic Indian cooking is an art achieved through generations of refinement.


Exotic spices are at the heart of the rich flavours of Indian cooking. Spices used also have many medicinal benefits (patients during from flu are often advised to ‘have a curry’ by their doctors!).

Garlic’s anti-infection properties support the body’s immune system, lower cholesterol and act as a digestive stimulant.

Turmeric stimulates the secretion of bile; anti-inflammatory agents have been said to ease stomach pain, and it is an antioxidant.  It is applied in a paste form, in Asia, to relieve morning sickness in pregnant women.

Cardamom is a natural coolant as it lowers body temperature in extreme heat. Used in a homoeopathic medicine, it is reputed to have a calming effect.

Green Chilli activates the pain sensors in the mouth, which in turn activates the brain to release painkilling endorphins to relieve pain elsewhere in the body.

Coriander aids digestion and is believed to enhance male potency.

Black Pepper is used extensively in homoeopathic remedies and is claimed to help with such ailments as asthma, arthritis and flatulence to name but a few.


If you have food allergy, intolerance or sensitivity, please speak to your server about the ingredients in our dishes before ordering

Dress Code

Only casual smart attire is suitable