Drop in on one of London's few Afgan restaurants in Harrow HA3 to sample the country's delicious, diverse cuisine. Poised between Central and South Asia, Afghan cuisine is an appealing hotchpotch of dishes that includes pilafs and Korrmas, with more Middle Eastern specialities such as Kebabs and stuffed vine leaves and classic Central Asian dumplings made with pasta. Coriander, cardamom, black pepper, saffron and sumac are all signature flavourings, as is the inclusion of yoghurt and dried fruit in savoury dishes. When it come s to carbohydrates, fluffy buttered rice and nan style flatbreads are typical accompaniments
Time Out asked its food critics to come up with a list of the 100 best places to eat in London. Masa Restaurant has consistently achieved being in Time Out's Top 100 list since 2006. "If this is multiculturalism, give us second helpings. London's ethnic diversity is without equal and nowhere is the fact more apparent than in the range of national cooking styles to be found. The major cuisine are celebrated elsewhere in this guide, but here we list the enticing rarities: alluring Masa, where top notch Afghani cuisine brightens up a Harrow precinct."