Naan 3
See also: Bread
Tags: Indian

Naan at Supreme Kabob House
Naan at Haveli
Where to get Naan
Comments

2010 Mar 17
Rinag Foods sells all kinds of stuffed naan from regular to cheese and chicken stuffed naans.they supply to farm boy also.they are in the jamie sector at west hunt club/ merivale....oh and on thurs and fridays they make fresh tandori naan in the oven over the lunch buffet and its really decently priced at just 9.95.Its so good i love the butter chicken and beef samosas they make...mmm



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2007 Dec 9
Good, fresh tandoori naan. Not the best in town, but a welcome addition to the meal. We ordered two last night and one of them had a bit too much blackening.




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2008 Jan 1
The naan is made fresh by the chef working in the tandoor kitchen - you can watch him stretch it and put it in the tandoor and then remove it for serving. It comes to your table warm and soft.




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2006 Oct 18
Tastes good, without being too greasy. Sized bigger than your head (unless your head is extremely large).




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2008 Feb 29
I am sure, you will have a wonderful dinner with their Naan bread. Take Garlic or just Plain Tandoori Naan, cut in into two or three pieces, put them in the oven or use a pan on stove top, make little crunchy, apply some salted butter and serve. Feel the diffrence in your food. Enjoy...




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2007 Nov 23
Cooking them in the real tandoor ovens they have on site makes them authentically good.



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2006 Nov 1
This was OK. It seemed that it was store-bought and heated. It wasn't the best I've ever had, but not the worst eiher.




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2010 Nov 1
Love the naan! Love watching the chef make it through the window!

2006 Nov 17
Yes. The naan there is pretty fresh. Good with curry beef.

2006 Oct 10
The naan is pretty good here. The picture isn't great but the bread is tasty with just the right amount of chewiness.




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2007 Oct 24
Very decent being from a grocery store! It tastes amazing baked with cheese and garlic.

2007 Apr 4
Also impressed. It really beats all the other brands one finds around here, which I don't usually find worth buying. The PC is quite edible, though.

It makes a fantastic ready-made pizza crust, too.

2007 Apr 4
I was impressed with the PC naan. It's not restaurant quality but not too far off (certainly better than anything I could make myself). If you don't mind paying a little more than standard flatbread (around $2.30 for a pack of 2), I'd say it's worthwhile.

2006 Sep 27
Not particularly notable Naan, but it certainly isn't terrible. On the plus side, it is quite convenient for home consumption.








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2009 Jul 10
Loved the Naan. Second only to Rangoli in Orleans.





2014 Jul 19
These are almost like a pizza dough - not greasy at all. Hot out of the oven with some delicious charry bits - perfect for scooping up that korma juice!