You’ll know you’re standing in front of Haandi if you are also standing next to about 35 off duty taxi cabs. This small restaurant just above the street on Lexington serves Pakistani and Indian things like mixed meat kabobs, mango shakes, and paratha, all cafeteria style. You should really only go to Haandi if it’s past midnight or you have exactly ten minutes to eat food in Murray Hill. It’s open until 4am and you’ll be hard pressed to spend more than $10 here.
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