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Lahore, the capital of Pakistan’s Punjabi region, is integral to the historical and cultural dialogue between modern-day India and Pakistan, which means for us, it is crucial to the development of North Indian and Pakistani food! Lahore even has it’s own Food Street, and its the flavours of this delicious boulevard that you can expect from the kitchen of Harrow’s Lahore Kebab Lounge, along High Road. The house specialities of this South Asian restaurant bring Lahore to London.
Excellent food and service. Would definitely recommend this restaurant to others.
excellent! Must visit! Beautiful place! Delicious food and perfect service
First time visitors to Harrow’s Lahore Kebab Lounge are advised to immediately take a beeline to two of this Pakistani and Northern Indian restaurant’s house specialties, the methi chicken and the bhuna gosht. The first delicacy is famous for its use of fenugreek and spicy masala to infuse tender chicken, and the second is a hearty, earthy, dry lamb curry with a cooling sauce. These two are typical of the cuisine developed in the royal courts of the Mughal Empire, which centred on Lahore. Here down London’s Harrow High Road their ancient origins are recovered and elevated to a form of art.
Lahore Kebab Lounge’s Harrow High Road premises are as grand as you might expect for an Indian and Pakistani restaurant invested in the traditions of imperial Mughal cuisine. Spacious dining areas and gold banquettes are a feature here, and there’s even a stage and dance floor for live entertainment. One of London’s most authentic North Indian and Pakistani restaurants, Lahore Kebab Lounge have hosted incredible events such as their Sufi night, with traditional musicians, singers, and whirling dervishes forming a backdrop to an evening of Lahori feasting.