The Haandi House
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
The Haandi House restaurant in London’s Cricklewood is named after a traditional copper pot used to slow cook deliciously fragrant curries all over Pakistan. It’s an appropriate choice for a restaurant priding itself on creating some of the most authentic Pakistani flavours in the capital, The Haandi House’s cleanly wholesome, healthy dishes all freshly prepared using quality ingredients chosen for their authenticity and taste. The restaurant’s easily navigated menu guides you through the best of this delicious Asian cuisine, allowing for all types of eating, from a speedy snack to a feast of epic proportions, accompanied by the tempting drinks list of lassis, smoothies and fresh juices. Owner Khurram Mirza has, along with his team, created an atmosphere of relaxed indulgence here at The Haandi House.