Enjoy upmarket Indian fare at this Kingston restaurant that mixes creative food with classy cocktails and elegant decor.
Try adventurous regional Indian cooking, such as whiskey-infused curries and lobster sufiani alongside regularly changing specials. The drinks also receive a dose of inventiveness, with a wide range of surprising cocktails and a wide-ranging wine list.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
4 - 8 Kingston HillLondonKT2 7NH
Top 5 reviews of Roz Ana
Roz Ana is certainly a cut above your average Indian restaurant, offering West End quality food at little more than local prices.
The bottled water, still or sparkling, is indeed complimentary despite a previous review.
The chutneys are home made and fresh tasting rather than the normal sweet bottled offerings and compliment the non greasy popadoms well.
We chose Pork Vindaloo, complete... more
I've been here a few times and each time I am reminded why I'm not a regular here.
To be fair the drinks, service and starters/appetisers are great. I just don't find the restaurant very cosy or comfy (it's a bit drafty/over air-conned) and the main courses are really average or weak. I will stick with the New Devi next door. more
All I want to do when I wake up in the morning is see your eyes...
The lyrics to the old Toto song don't quite suit this particular Roz-Ana but the sentiment - slightly obsessional love, disappointment that they're not together - certainly applies to me and the lambchops.
Mmm, lambchops... Little meaty bundles of gorgeously marinaded, er, meaty bundles...
Sorry. Did I say that out... more
Excellent food! I don't consider myself an expert in Indian cuisine but I like to eat Indian food once in a while and I usually order Biryani which is not the easiest recipe to pull off from what I know. The Biryani I ordered tonight was by far the best I've ever tasted.
My friend ordered the Laphroaig flambéed Tikka masala chicken and loved it too.
If I were to suggest one thing: maybe a... more
We have just had a lovely family dinner out at this great Indian. It was to celebrate my sons 9th birthday and he chose curry. The staff were charming, the food was excellent and they have a children's menu with a selection of child friendly curries. They can choose prawn, chicken or lamb.
The grown up menu is very good too with pastry topped biriyani and a changing specials menu