Shezan is the first Pakisatni & Indian Restaurant established by a Pakistani family with the aim of spreading its food culture. Since 42 years we are best known in the town as the place for the best authentic food with spices and curries. We believe in serving quality food and quality service to our customers, as our happiness lies in customer satisfaction. Shezan propose you delicious food with great ambiance. We offer a big menu card with different exciting dishes both suitable for meat lovers and vegans. The spices in the dishes can be spiked or reduced according to the order. Thank you for visiting us and making us a part of your memories.
In the mood for Indian type of food, we found this restaurant nearby. Is unassuming place in area with many other ethnic food restaurants. Service attentive. Seemed like a few... read more locals were eating but restaurant not busy - a Wednesday evening. Food was good and portions were "just right" size. Affordable (!)
Had dinner with a friend and we were in the market for some spicy food. We didnt really get that and had to ask several times for spicy food, and... read more never got it. We did get tasty dishes and certainly left full and happy. Service was very nice and they did seem to try and get what we wanted, just without great success.
The Best, Freshish , Indian/Pakisani , Delicious Cusine , Elegant Interior, Great Waiter
My Partner is a Vegetarian , he loved it and I am a Seafood / Meat... read more eater and the food was fabulous. Lovely Salad , Curries, Shrimp, Rice, Samosa , Onion Bhaji, etc. We highly recommend one of the better restaurants in Copenhagen
I have just been to this place for the 7th time in a couple of years and it´s still really great. The food, the service, the placement and the prices... read more are all in your favor. I did not even like this kind of food before I came here the first time, but thats history now. Please try and you will never regret!
We enjoyed a lovely authentic meal, having lamb rogan josh and chicken vidaloo which were delicious and well prepared.
Chili/spicyness was adapted for Danish tastebuds, and could be... read more hotter for the afficionados but otherwise no complaints, and Chezan is definitely worth a visit if you are on the lookout for a Pakistani meal.
Ate here on our first night in Copenhagen, lamb biryani for myself and my wife had the same; delicious!
Service was great, friendly, quick and polite.
Highly recommended.... read more
I have eaten at Shezan at least 4 times in the past year and it never disappoints! The butter chicken is so creamy and delicious and the wait staff is... read more friendly and always welcoming. It is always a fantastic meal.
This was a nearby restaurant to our hotel had chosen on a lot further a field beforehand however they were closed on a Monday. Ohh my god how many things... read more are shut on a Monday???
Lovely food and great service would return
I’m English and love a good curry, especially if it is well made- and this place makes good curries.
This will be my third visit there in 3... read more days, so you can infer how much I like it. In the UK, curry has become our national dish, and I’ve spent many months in India, so when I first went in I didn’t know whether what I would be given would be any good. It was very good.
Owned and run by a friendly family from Pakistan, they have brought what is known internationally as BIR style food (British Indian Restaurant). Yes I know Pakistan is not India but the term refers to the Indian subcontinent as a whole. It is a style of food where a base sauce is adapted to create many different fresh menu items. Everything I have eaten there so far has been generous and delicious, well-presented by friendly staff in comfortable settings.
Be warned though- the chilli content has been reduced from the international norm to suit guests who haven’t developed a heat tolerance- I asked them to make my food fit for an English curry-lover’s tongue and they’ve got it just right. I like this place so much, I’m just about to go back and try another dish, perhaps a biryani? Yum-yum.