Named after the clay cooking pots which catch all the flavour of its north Indian frontier cuisine, Haandi is a smart group of restaurants which originated in Nairobi. This Knightsbridge branch is decorated in muted colours, with mirrors and leafy foliage to enhance its airy feel, while an open kitchen gives diners an entertaining view as their masala and kebabs are freshly prepared.
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7 Cheval PlaceKnightsbridgeLondonSW7 1EW
- +44 (0)20 7823 7373
Really good food! We've always heard London has great Indian food, but both my (Indian) husband and I have struggled to find Indian here that's not super high-end or very low-end, this was the perfect middle ground!
We went here on the last night of our honeymoon, while stopping in London for the night on our way back to LA from Sicily. After a week of pizza and pasta, we were ready to go...more
The food was really good (I ordered a vegan eggplant dish) but the service wasn't so great. My friends enjoyed their dishes as well (a lentil stew and a chicken curry) however the food took forever to arrive. There weren't even that many people at all but there was no explanation as to why the food took SO long.
Also, the waiter wasn't very accommodating when I asked about vegan options. He...more
This was our first meal in London. It really hit the spot! This restaurant is definitely upscale Indian. There are lots of options to choose from - many dishes not like ones you'd find in most Indian restaurants in the States - and they served up a great flavor. Each of our dishes was unique, and it was hard to pick a favorite.
This was a nice spot to go with my parents. There seemed to be a...more
Checked out this Indian Restaurant in the Knightsbridge area on my recent visit to London. We came based on recommendations from some locals and they did not steer us wrong. Overall the food was amazing from the samosas to the Chicken Tikka Masala. Everything we sampled was very tasty and it was a treat to be able to see one of the chefs actually making the chicken and naan in the tandoor...more
Has a very bad case of "Indian restaurant syndrome" whereas the staff are under the mistaken belief that their restaurant is fancy. Consequently, the service, while not bad, is a bit uppity; the manager in particular suffers from delusional self importance. The decor reinforces just how far this restaurant has succumbed to IRS. I can excuse the palm trees, but a glass enclosed kitchen to...more