Outstanding contribution to Leeds Restaurant Industry
Hansa was voted ‘curry chef of the year 07′, and has been recognised for an ‘outstanding contribution to Leeds restaurant industry’ by the Leeds Restaurant Association.
The Egon Ronay Guide
Having a place in the Egon Ronay’s Oriental Restaurant Guide is a tremendous achievement for any restaurant. Egon Ronay has been one of the most influential figures in the way the British eat out for decades. His mission has been to steer us towards the best places to enjoy food. See our name in Egon Ronay’s Guide to Restaurants.
The Observer Magazine
The observers magazine is based on critics from Richard Hardens Top Restaurant guide. They stated that the restaurant is ‘worth making a special journey for’ in the Top UK Restaurant Guide 1999 – 2002.
Hot Stuff Chef
This award was started by Leeds City Council and was aimed at the Indian food market. The competition was to assess twelve restaurants from in and around the Leeds/Bradford area. We are very proud to have been the winner’s of this competition.
Yorkshire Life Magazine
This magazine is a county wide survey of different food genres in and around the Yorkshire area. Hansa’s has been voted as one of the top three restaurants throughout Yorkshire by the Yorkshire Life magazine. This is a tremendous achievement as it is not only based on Indian cuisine but also other cuisines around the globe. Leeds Restaurant of the Year 2002 – Finalist Yorkshire Life Magazine.
BBC Good Food Guide
Hansa’s has often been mentioned for their the quality of food. This is the peoples recommendation from the Good Food Guide publicized by the BBC.
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Two places available due to cancellations, please call on 07930 945378 to take advantage of this opportunity!
Class no 1- Hansa's Starters
The new series of classes commences today with Hansa's mouth-watering starters. In this lesson you'll join 6 other students to learn how to cook at least 6 different starters under supervision and will be surprised to see how simple it is. Please look at cookery school page for dates...
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.
Rice is the most popular accompaniment to curry so, in this 6th lesson of the 2016 series, Hansa will be teaching how to cook a perfect Plain Rice dish then develope it further to create atleast six different aromatic rice dishes from it, such as Pilau Rice, Coriander Rice, Jeera Rice, Khichadi, etc not forgetting the Vegetable Biriyani, which can be a meal initself.
We have a few places still available so please do email back if you'd like to take advantage of this opportunity.