The art of pottery has been present in every society in the world, but in the sub-continent of Asia, it transformed into beautiful artwork and dishes during its peak.
Shinwari Namkeen Gosht
Popular recipe originating from Peshawar, which is a city in Pakistan. You donâ€™t add many spices in this dish aside from salt, black pepper, and green chilies.
The soup base is created by sautÃ©ed onions and garlic, where a number of curry-based spices are then added to the meat and bones. The cooked dish is served with a garnish of fresh diced ginger and fresh long coriander leaves, along with fresh sliced lemon.
Nihari is a stew consisting of slow-cooked meat, mainly shank meat of beef or mutton or chicken, along with bone marrow.
Haleem is a stew composed of meat, lentils and pounded wheat made into a thick paste.
A warming bowl of spicy Chicken Nihari can be really satisfying with hot naan and lemon wedges and ginger and herbs.
With lentils, spices and broken wheat, it is a slow-cooked delicacy usually enjoyed during Eid festivities
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7 Days a week9:00 am - 2:00 am
Address:3054 Delaware Ave, Buffalo,
NY 14217, United States
Really good and authentic food. Good customer service. Highly recommended
Ordered Nihari and Seekh Kebab it was no less than spectacular. Loved the taste it offered and the ambiance. Would give them 10/10 for the food serving size and quality of taste.
The place is cute. Decorated with lots of handi (clay vases and showpieces). Itâ€™s a cute diner and the food is served in handi with clay plates as well!!! The menu has a lot of great options. We started with Paani Puri (hoping for a millionth time to find something that comes close to Paani puri in Pakistan) and for the first time We were not disappointed.
One of my friend told me about this restaurant. I have visited today with my family and after my wonderful food experience i must say thank you to him and he was absolutely right. Amazing tasty food and customer service is very good. Please must visit highly recommended.
Amazing food! Must try the tandoori and meat platter! Excellent hospitality!
It is my second time here and it is by far one of the best restaurants I've been to. Everything we had (Chicken Handi, Lamb Kebab, Garlic Naan, Plain Rice, Mango Lassi) was scrumptious.
Clay Handi has some of the best Indian food in Buffalo! Not only are they open late night for pickup or delivery in case you get a late night craving but they are so nice and the food is so delicious! Their fried food is fried so nicely and their curries are so creamy and flavorful! 100% recommend!
The Food is always fresh and the service is Fantastic. Staff is super nice and it's an awesome place to get food from late at night should the need arise. Very convenient array of comfort and traditional food, and something I continue to go back to in order to enjoy.
Best Indian food in Buffalo. I have been ordering from Clay Handi for the past 3 months and am completely addicted to the chicken handi. The Chicken is cooked perfectly with medium slices and the rice is excellent. Iâ€™ve tried a lot of Indian food places in Buffalo and I have to say Clay Handi is the best.
This restaurant gives us not only pure authentic taste but also excellent presentation.Food was delicious and lip smacking. I completely loved all the dishes.worth visiting it.
Weâ€™re trying different cuisines from around the world. oh my goodness! Pakistani food is amazing, particularly at this place. The portions are very generous and the food is incredibly good. We had to force ourselves to try a different cuisine and stop ordering meals from Clay Handi because we just kept coming back to here but want to finish our little culinary adventure around the world. Donâ€™t you worry weâ€™ll be back, we have yet to try the lamb.