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.
Venue Details & Map
7 Cheval PlaceLondonSW7 1EW
- +44 (0)20 7823 7373
Top 5 reviews of Haandi
Overrated. Food is below average. Do not order Dum aloo or Masala onion rice. I'm too polite to give it 1 star. Let's leave it at that.
Oh, I felt that the male waiter is clueless and a bit rude. more
The restaurant is nicely decorated and clean. The stuff is quite friendly and in the menue there are enough different indian dishes. So we chose a little starter, vegan kofta and minced meat lamb.
Generelly the food was ok, but that's it. The lamb was prepared without any sauce and so it was a very dry pleasure.
The taste of the kofta was neutral - nothing
special. We paid almost 70 pounds... more
This is my favorite Indian restaurant in the world. Every time I have been here, the service is impeccable and the food is amazing. Tandoori Chicken, Chicken Tikka Masala, the naan bread, it's all first rate. more
Had lunch at Haandi with friends last week...
Service is very friendly and food came out quickly.
Ambiance is nice enough, but the decor seemed a bit dated. The place was busy for a Monday afternoon.
Food was good for the most part.
- Shrimp was poor quality, I wouldn't order this again.
- Dal Tadka was good.
- Aloo Gobi was good.
- Peas Pulao was good.
- Naan received rave reviews (I... 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