The rise of the Tawa! Qbaraz in Leicester

A new food craze is hitting Leicester by storm – eating your food on a giant tawa. It’s a simple concept and is gaining popularity. Being the dedicated foodie that I am decided to make it my mission to do a bit of investigating. For those of you who have haven’t heard of a tawa it’s a flat frying pan used to cook Indian food.I decided to give Qbaraz a try as they are a new restaurant in Leicester. I opened the menu and was taken back by the variety of food on offer. They served burgers, steaks, grilled meats and curries. My eyes were drawn to the sharing platter and the tawa section, which is what had drawn me to Qbaraz.

We ordered a Qbaraz traditional special sharing tawa for two. It consisted of lamb tawa, chicken bhuna, chicken wings, chicken tikka, meat samosa, sheesh kebab, naan, rice and chips.

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As you can see from the pictures we had a lot of food! And luckily we were both very hungry. The food was really nice, I especially like the chicken and lamb tikka and the chicken bhuna.

The verdict: I really enjoyed everything on the tawa. I loved the fact that you could just l dig in and eat to your heart’s content and still not run out of food. I would definitely visit this place again and would recommend that you check it out if you are in the area.

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If you want to check out Qbaraz, you’ll find them at 181 Evington Rd, Leicester LE2 1QN, Telephone: 0116 273 9911. They are HMC approved.

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