Very ordinary tandoori

The two of us ate at Shezan in the Mount Florida area of the Southside.

Started life in 1980, current owner Nomi has had it for last 20 years. Exterior decour needs updating. Interior is in need of a whole makeover from top to bottom. It is very dated but on plus side is licensed.

The menu had some decently sounding dishes some of which I had not heard of and was old school in design.

We received complimentary poppadoms and chutney set (in a chipped dish-not impressed!!!!)
For starters we shared the Chef’s Tandoori platter (2 pieces lamb tikka, 2 pieces chicken tikka, 2 large tandoori chicken wings and one chicken seekh kebab and salad) £5.50. This was cooked fresh and was delicious.

For mains we shared karahi gosht (£9.95) very tasty but small portion, chicken tikka masaladar (£8.95) was supposed to be tangy and hot,was tangy,sweet and hot. To accompany we had Afghani rice (£2.50) pilau with chick peas and onions, garlic nan (£2.50) tasty,big and not oily and a complimentary tandoori roti (£1.25).

They don’t do social media, website or have a list of allergens displayed. The best dish was the starters, Karahi gosht, garlic nan, tandoori roti and last the masaladar in that order. The service was reasonable, wouldn’t rush back!!

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