Welcome to the world of traditional and authentic Indian Vegetarian and Non vegetarian food. The specialties of the restaurant are curry, tandoori, biryani, fish and vegetarian dishes.Haweli Indian restaurant has about 52 seats and we offer variety of specialties, including tandoori dishes, which are made in a special clay oven called tandoor. In this oven we make breads, such as Indian white bread (nan) and brown bread (roti). Not only in the clay oven dishes are prepared, be prepared delicious dishes on the grill, such as Tandoori Chicken, Lamb Chops, Shrimps etc . On the map are many side dishes, including homemade mint sauce and mango chutney, a sweet and sour sauce with mango. Conveniently on the card behind the various dishes peppers, which show how spicy the dish is. however the customer wants a particular dish more spicy or milder, we will prepare dishes accordingly. If our customer is happy, so are we.More
Ashoka Restaurant in Amsterdam is specialized in Indian and Nepalese cuisines. Enjoy the authentic taste of these two traditional cuisines at Ashoka, where herbs and spices play an important role. Besides dinner, it is possible to have a delightful lunch at Ashoka. Signature Indian dishes like freshly prepared Chicken Tandoori, Butter Chicken, Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Madras, Lamb Saag, Paneer Butter Masala, Paneer Kadai, Palak Paneer, Butter Naan, Paratha and many more are on the menu. You can also enjoy Dal Bhaat and Momos at Ashoka. Ashoka restaurant has two branches in Amsterdam; one in Amsterdam centre and another one in Amsterdam West (Kinkerstraat). Please visit the Ashoka that is near to you and enjoy our authentic delicious Indian and Nepalese cuisines. The chef and his team give you a warm welcome and invite you to discover the special Indian - Nepalese cuisine.More
With two of the city’s most multicultural streets—Kinkerstraat and Overtook—this area is a hub for eclectic flavors and international cuisines. From cafes to bars and nightlife venues, it’s a neighborhood that definitely comes alive after dark, while equally scenic by day with the last ring of the canal belt. For a meal in a funky locale, check out a spot that combines Indonesian, Surinamese and classic Dutch in a renovated multi-story car park. On the spicier side, modern, upscale Indonesian restaurants feature menus that evoke the luxury of a royal feast. So eat like a king, and don’t forget to taste other highlights like those scattered throughout the indoor food market, located within a complex that used to service the city’s iconic tram network, authentic Eritrean cuisine, and a tasty slew of other vibrant delights.