The delicious crispy naan with its billowy, pillowy soft interior is hugely popular all over South Asia… and North London!

Naan, from the Persian word for bread – ‘non’, was first developed in India at least 1000 years ago but for many centuries it was a bit of a secret; the bread of royals and aristocrats alone. The breakfast of kings was often a naan with a kebab or keema. Maybe that’s how the keema naan was born?