WE MAKE ALL OF OUR MENU WITH FRESH INGREDIANTS ON PREMISE
The Orgin of our menu goes back a thousand years.
The earliest appearance of "naan" in English is from 1810, in a travelogue of William Tooke. The Persian word nān 'bread' is attested in Middle Persian as n'n 'bread, food'Typically, it is served hot and brushed with ghee or butter. It can be used to scoop other foods, or served stuffed with a filling. For example, chicken tikka naan is stuffed with fresh chicken meat that has been cooked in the clay oven, another variation is sweet naan, also known as the Peshwari naan stuffed with raisins and coconut.