Though Himanis has only been serving supreme Punjabi-style, vegetarian Indian cuisine to the Southall and West London communities from its 29 King Street premises for two years, the restaurant draws from decades of home-style cooking. With this in mind, you know you’re getting the real deal – a traditional Punjabi kitchen experience, expertly blending spices and herbs to bring out the best in each healthy dish.
Himanis prides itself on its Punjabi heritage. A purely vegetarian Indian restaurant
located in one of London’s Asian community hubs, Himanis serves up dishes
based on recipes have been handed down for generations. Stepping into Himanis’
premises at 29 King St in West London’s Southall district is like stepping into an
authentic Punjabi kitchen. The aroma of the freshest vegetables and vegetarian
ingredients expertly cooked in blended herbs and spices greets you instantly. Each
dish is unique, and then there’s dessert.
Himanis pumps out a range of mithai – Indian sweets – on-site at their 29 King Street premises, all of which are able to be boxed up as gifts or to take home for some belated Indian indulgence. Himanis also brings its authentic Indian cuisine to you, offering a full catering service including waiters and waitresses and onsite cooking by the Himanis chefs themselves.