From Our Editors
'Lal' literally translates to the colour red, which in the culinary world refers to an essential ingredient in Asian cuisine, ground red chillies. Lal Haveli Restaurant draws on its name with the aim to provide a warm and friendly service combined with exquisite Asian flavours. Diners can eat-in or take advantage of takeaway and catering services.
Very nice service. Good selection of Halal food. Traditional and tasty pakistani dishes. Barbicue, fish, Nihari, butter chicken and many more delicious food.
Dtarter are nice and all food are fresh.
Recommend everyone to try atleast once and find the differance.
They charged a child rate for a 2 year old. And what was odd, was the staff seemed to think under 4's were free, but the manager was clearly trying to capitalise.
Food is very limited compared to the likes of Zauq, Shahi Masala, Ziryab etc. Desserts were cheap and limited to about 3 choices. I guess you don't get what you've not paid for. Pay the extra 3 to 5 quid and go somewhere better.
Very nice food clean highly recomended
Food was only just warm and they had only just opened not impressed will not be going back again
Food was not bad and facilities were Ok, desserts were not the best but overall I would recommend this restaurant.
Lal Haveli Restaurant