Located on the outskirts of north London, the historical city of St Albans is a vibrant place with plenty of diverse cultural influences which, of course, equate to plenty of exciting cuisines.
Take Hatfield Road as an example, which boasts restaurants ranging from Middle Eastern and Oriental, to the more ubiquitous pizza, dessert and chicken joints.
In fact, while St Albans as a whole has a plethora of Indian restaurants too, what it didn’t have, until very recently, was authentic Pakistani cuisine.
That was until Tavah opened last year, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony involving St Albans’ MP Daisy Cooper, who said at the time: “The food at Tavah is absolutely delicious and it’s great to see this new restaurant opening up in Fleetville.”
This brand was brought to fruition by three friends – Manny Nisar, Rehan Ul Haq and Aman Rahman – whose ambition it was to finally bring a restaurant that pays homage to Pakistan’s rich gastronomic traditions.
Having lived his whole life in St Albans, co-founder Nauman Nisar says he decided to leave his corporate background and join his colleagues in pursuing a dream they all shared, which was “to bring the authentic food we love to our fellow St Albans residents”…..
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