Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Haandi Fine Indian Cuisine in Falls Church

I went to Haandi the other day with my familia and we got an assortment of delicious food :)

We started off the meal with some Indian Beer, Taj Mahal. Nice light beer to go with a meal. 
For an appetizer we got Samosas deep fried pastry triangles stuffed with spiced potatoes and green peas. Pretty good, paired well with both the red (more sweet) and the green (a little bit spicy) sauces-I liked both on it at the same time. 
Appetizer number 2 was the Boti Kabob boneless lamb marinated in herbs and spices. A delicious dish, would have preferred a tad bit more tender in the lamb, but still good.
 What Indian meal is complete without Basmati Rice? Just your typical rice to accompany the meal. 
We split 3 entrees. The first was Baingan Bharta roasted eggplant, sauteed with onions, bell peppers, tomatoes, panchporan, 5 spice mixture. Delicious, one of my favorite eggplant dishes.
 Palak Paneer homemade farmer cheese cubes, spinach cooked in green herbs and spices. Delicious, wonderfully flavored spinach. I actually don't like the cheese that comes with it I think it's bland but the flavor of the spinach is wonderful. 
 Chicken Tikka Masala. One of the most popular Indian dishes, this was delicious! 
 Naan. Typical, delicious.
 Everything on my plate
I have been here a few times and this is one of the better Indian restaurants that I have come across in the area. I highly recommend it-I have never had anything bad from here.

1222 W Broad Street
Falls Church, VA
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