Photos: Haveli Indian Restaurant on Page Avenue in Overland

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This week's dining column by Ian Froeb covers Haveli Indian restaurant on Page Avenue in Overland.

Photographer Jennifer Silverberg brings back these eighteen photos from the restaurant, its kitchen and the people behind it. Here are a few highlights.

Tandoor chef Inderjeet Grewal puts skewered chicken into the tandoor oven. See full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • Tandoor chef Inderjeet Grewal puts skewered chicken into the tandoor oven. See full slideshow here.


Vegetable biryani is saffron-flavored basmati rice prepared with cashews, almonds and raisins and, in this case, served with vegetables. See full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • Vegetable biryani is saffron-flavored basmati rice prepared with cashews, almonds and raisins and, in this case, served with vegetables. See full slideshow here.

A detail of the décor you can expect to find when visiting Haveli in Overland. See full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • A detail of the décor you can expect to find when visiting Haveli in Overland. See full slideshow here.
The "Havelli Sampler" is an appetizer that comes with an assortment of delights. Clockwise from top right: samosa, aloo tikki, paneer pakora and vegetable pakora. See full slideshow here. - PHOTO: JENNIFER SILVERBERG
  • Photo: Jennifer Silverberg
  • The "Havelli Sampler" is an appetizer that comes with an assortment of delights. Clockwise from top right: samosa, aloo tikki, paneer pakora and vegetable pakora. See full slideshow here.

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