The North West is a haven for curry lovers, and the outpost of the cuisine in Warrington’s Winwick district is one of the best around. Ozmi can boast a superb address: located directly between Warrington Central train station and the Warrington Wolves rugby league stadium on Winwick Road; and when you get here, you’re guaranteed of a top quality Indian meal. Book a table now – Ozmi is open from half past 5 onwards –- to secure yourself a seat.
Food is always lovely here and came quickly. Staff are lovely. The restaurant was just a little cold last night but the food warmes us up!
Friendly helpful staff. No pressure to order quickly enough time given to look at and ask questions about the different dishes on menu. Good atmosphere and pleasant surroundings.
We enjoyed a lovely meal, the staff were friendly and the service was great. The food was lovely and we were given enough time between courses to relax and enjoy the evening.
The centre of Warrington is a great place to spend a night out, and if you begin yours at Ozmi on Winwick Road, you are starting off on the best possible footing. The chef at Ozmi was garlanded with the Curry Chef of the Year award in 2014, and its menu takes in all the best Indian dishes that British diners love. Rogan josh, vindaloo and madras are options for spice lovers of Winwick, and the less adventurous can try out the dhansak and korma curries.
Of course, these Indian specialities are the ones on which the average British curry house is judged, but at Ozmi, they go above and beyond the usual fare. The specials include a naga, using the eponymous super-hot chilli from Bangladesh, and a ruhabja, chicken or lamb tikka with minced meats. Its address in Winwick is perfect for games at the Halliwell-Jones Stadium – in fact, it is the ideal staging post after a Warrington Wolves matches, before you begin your big night out in the town centre.