Serving authentic Indian and Pakistani cuisine for over 40 years, Shezan enjoys a glowing reputation in the Knightsbridge area. The impressive interior features traditional artefacts, soft furnishings and an exclusive cocktail bar. Interesting menu choices include the signature lamb or chicken Khyberi karahi cooked in a traditional iron skillet, or chef's specials like whole lamb leg raan masala.
|Prezzo standard del pasto||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) a clienti|
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16-22 Cheval PlaceLondonSW7 1ES
Top 5 reviews of Shezan
Tad bemused by the low rating this place has on Yelp. I was all but bowled over by the food, service and decor of the Mughal inspired restaurant.
The intimate candle lit interior is something to behold. It really feels like you are in a time warp as you descend into a Mughali haven. The place is teaming with original Indian artifacts, antiques and art work. The music is traditional and sets... more
Great location , excellent service and truly delicious Indian food! This is our go - to restaurant in London . Truly excellent . ! more
Amazing restaurant with great ambience in the heart of Knightsbridge. The prices are actually reasonable and the food is really good quality. The Palak chicken is amazing, really special in fact. I went there on a Monday so it was dead time but it didn't ruin the mood at all. Will definitely come back. more
Got in from the airport super late and needed somewhere to eat. We really wanted Indian cuisine and our hotel recommended this place since it was within walking distance. We were attended to immediately, service was great and so was the food! Boyf and I shared a chicken dish( chicken jalfrezi) and garlic naan. The decor of the place was really nice along with the music, it really was a lovely... more
The decor is very nice, but the food is mediocre. The samosas had a nice flaky outside, but no spice inside. I ordered the Lamb Karahi spicy and it seemed they added jalapeños after to add spice, rather than slow cooking the spice into the dish. The masala chai was good -- not on the menu but just ask. more