Hello and thanks for taking the time to read this review. Rozey's is the Balti Centre of Kidsgrove and has been for some years now. It a restaurant with it's own stamp. From the outside you may not look twice, but if you are not familiar with it's location then you will have to look twice or you may miss it. Good local free parking and within easy walking of the car parks. Access for wheel chair users and not so strong on your feet is restricted as there are stairs to climb, but it is worth the struggle!
Rozey's has a straight in your face meet and greet when you enter and although the staff are varied there are some members that have worked here for may years. There is a personal touch and being unlicensed you can take a drink in of your choice, soft and hard drinks that it!
The menu is ample and if there is nothing on that menu that you may normally try then ask as the team will do all that they can to accommodate your request. Never judge a book by it's cover and this is the reasons behind that saying.
Tradition in its presentation and the typical balti dish and elephant ears of a naan bread you are sure going to enjoy dipping into your favourite curried dish. Mixed meats and vegetarian options and good service at a price that will have you going back time after time. Come mid week and the weekends you might be better making a booking as once this place fills it tends to stay that way.
Anyway enough of me - hope you enjoy.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.