A few places still available for Hansa’s New Year’s Eve Party click hereNEW-YEARS-EVE-17(2)
Hansa’s Opening Times over the festive period
Xmas Eve – Closed
Xmas Day – Closed
Boxing Day – Closed
27th Dec – Open at 6pm
New Year’s Day – Closed
2nd Jan – Open at 6pm
THE LONG AWAITED INFO ON HANSA’S COOKERY SCHOOL IS FINALLY HERE!
HANSA’S Restaurant voted “THE BEST” BY LUX MAGAZINE! (click here)LUX-Certificate
See what they thought of Hansa’s Cookery School
“Thanks very much for the excellent cookery lesson last weekend! I very much enjoyed it. Now, I have an enquiry – do you have two places available on the next cookery course – Specialities – on the 4th of March?”- Matt Craddock
Dear Kish and Hansa,
“Just to say how much I enjoyed the class on Saturday, even though I was definitely the messiest deep fryer! Thank you for your generous hospitality in your home.
If places are still available I would like to book places on the bread class and the rice class please. Please let me know if this is possible and I will ring through with payment details.
All best wishes and I look forward to seeing you in March”, Sue Heath
ADVANCED LEVEL CLASSES- We’ve added 4 more classes at ADVANCED LEVEL for those of you who have already completed the full course last year and wish to learn some more exciting dishes from Hansa.
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ONLY HAVE LIMITED SPACES PER CLASS, SO PLEASE DO BOOK EARLY !!! A PERFECT GIFT FOR SOMEONE!
HANSA’S RESTAURANT ON TV–Recently Hansa’s Restaurant was featured on Made in Leeds TV. Please click here to view the entire programme (10 mins).
Hansa’s was featured on ‘Made in Leeds’TV recently. You can view it by clicking on the link below. Hansa’s feature appears after the inital 4min 30sec.
Hansa announces her latest MENU which includes atleast 20 new dishes for all of your enjoyment. Please go to the Menu page to view the full menu.
STOP PRESS! OUR NEW SERIES OF HANSA’S COOKERY SCHOOL DATES FOR 2016 ARE HERE! STARTING 6th. FEB 2016 !
Hansa’s Dabhi has been on the forefront of bringing Indian Vegetarian Cuisine to the mainstream restaurant scene in Leeds and Yorkshire since 1986.
Her all women staff, serve her blend of Gujarati Vegetarian home-cooking, with touches of her East African upbringing, which has been highly acclaimed and won her many awards over the years, the latest being voted, ’Curry Chef of the Year 2010’, and being recognised for ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Leeds Restaurant Industry’ by the Leeds Restaurant Association in 2008. “This is truely the most prestigious award. To be acknowledged by your fellow professionals is very special, a real landmark in anyones life time”, says Hansa.
“I have modified my style of cooking to suit most palates, whilst still maintaining the distinct Gujarati taste. I sincerely hope that you’ll like what you eat and there is no greater compliment than seeing you here again”, says Hansa.
“Over the years the whole atmosphere around us has changed. People have come to accept that ‘there is Life beyond meat’ and ‘we can eat a whole vegetarian meal and enjoy it’. Even today some 600 millions Hindus enjoy it everyday of their lives, so there is still hope for the rest of us.”
Hansa’s Indian Vegetarian Cookbook, which she wrote, published and marketed herself, is highly acclaimed by the food critics of the Times, the Guardian and the Observer as well.
Her second cook-book -Hansa’s more than just a restaurant…It’s my l life! celebrating the 25th year of the opening of this remarkable restaurant.The cook-book is now available form Waterstones and all goobookshops as well as at the restaurant itself.
Hansa and her husband Kishor are now taking small groups of their customers on guided tours to Gujarat and other parts of India, through Hansa’s Heritage Tours, to give them the real experience of the mother country.
The story of Hansa’s goes on and on, thanks to your help and support.LUX-Certificate
Join Hansa's group of entusiastic students to learn how to cook at least 6 different type of Gujarati Breads from the baked Rotli, fried Puris, aromatic Baturas, savoury Parethas, etc that makes Gujarati breads so special.