About The Shenaz
A long-standing Indian restaurant situated in the centre of Glasgow, a short walk from Charing Cross Subway station, The Shenaz is a favourite of even the most discerning of curry connoisseurs. The menu features everything from traditional dishes to British favourites and some of The Shenaz’s own unique creations. We recommend the pepper fry masala (chicken tikka cooked with ground black pepper with onions and peppers in a smooth and slightly spicy sauce) or the salsa, an inventive curry that fuses together flavours from India and Mexico. With plenty of meat, seafood and vegetable options on the menu, there’s something to suit everyone, so gather up your friends or family and hotfoot it down to Granville Street. Book a table in advance to avoid having to wait!
- Monday 16:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 16:00 - 00:00
- Wednesday 16:00 - 00:00
- Thursday 16:00 - 00:00
- Friday 16:00 - 00:00
- Saturday 16:00 - 00:00
- Sunday 16:00 - 00:00
Traditional Indian restaurant. Food excellent - staff very friendly - pre theatre excellent value..Always busy so that tells you that they must be having returning clients..
Every time we go to the shenaz the staff are very courteous, they always remember what we drink and also what we had to eat the last time we came. We do not get there very often as we live in Newcastle and we only come up every 2-3 months. The food is excellent quality and portion sizes are large. We always ask for a doggy bag as there is always left overs. Would recommend to friends and family
Meal was delicious and atmosphere really nice. Well worth a visit. Staff well very courteous and pricewise it was excellent value for the pre-theatre menu.
Lovely food, and great customer service. A gem of a restaurant, always willing to please, and the prices are great. Portion size even for pre theatre menu is ample.
My family go to this restaurant a lot! Definitely one of the best restaurants in the U.K.!! The portions are massive!! Me and my sister had to take half ours home which was amazing!!! The staff are really friendly and as my sister is vegan they made sure she was catered for!! Can't wait to go back!
Shenaz is one of our favourite restaurants in Glasgow as a Turkish tourıst. We like to have the same taste with best service whenever we visit glasgow..Actually we are thankful to our friend who used to invite several times ar your restaurant ...Best taste with wuick and best service!!
Isn't a place to take a young child as they have no highchairs my son who's nearly 2 had to sit on a seat that he couldnt reach the table properly to eat his food won't be back food was ok wasnt the greatest for me but everyone has there opinions won't be back as it felt very uncomfortable for us also felt rushed starters was dine main was out within a few seconds
First time at the Shenaz. Thoroughly enjoyable experience. Very busy. The service and food was first class. I also thought that it was reasonably priced. Minor complaint, bring back the old style Veg Pakora as opposed to what many restaurants provide now.
Always had a great service and travel 15 miles to get a meal. The staff are always lolite and the food is great for seasoned curry lovers
Great food service and ambience. Would recommend. Had pre theatre menu which had a good selection of dishes. Plenty street parking in and around the area.
Great food and nice atmosphere. Service was excellent and overall meal was good value for money. Would definitely go again and happy o recommend to anyone wanting a traditional Indian meal
Great restaurant, delicious food that tastes fresh and tasty. Always guaranteed wonderful service....this is our top choice for an Indian meal for quality and price.
As expected: good food , friendly staff, nice surroundings. We have been going to Shenaz for many years and when going out for curry is our go to place
Pre theatre menu great value, good food, generous portions and staff are friendly and attentive. Service was efficient and restaurant has pleasant, cosy atmosphere. Would recommend.
Great food and atmosphere I had mixed pakora to start and a Lamb Karahi (asked for it extra spicy). But, the Karahi wasn't Spicy at all. Korma hot...