The name translates as ‘come back every day’, and Roz Ana beefs up its plea with a ground-floor cocktail bar and casual brasserie plus a more refined dining room upstairs. Sophisticated design touches, neutral colours, ceiling fans and potted palms create a chic, exotic mood, and the kitchen offers a deliberately light and healthy take on the subcontinent’s regional cuisine. Chicken tikka, lamb biryani, rogan josh and prawn methi have their say, but also look for more unusual house specialities such as lobster sufiani with roasted fennel, south Indian mooplah beef and lazeez lamb in a saffron and cashew sauce. Kids have their own menu of dishes with toned-down spices, the wine list features some tasty New World bottles, and Roz Ana also does a good line in cocktails.
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