Khandhani Catering Services

Unit 30, The Bridge Trading Estate, Bridge Street North, Smethwick, Birmingham, B66 2BZ


Khandhani is an Indian catering business based in Birmingham. The family run business has been established since 1990 having evolved from the home kitchen to operating in a fully equipped professional kitchen. Over the years we have provided an exceptionally high class service for our customers and their guests at various venues nationwide. We are proud to have a wide portfolio of regular, satisfied customers throughout the Midlands and the UK.
Whether you are planning for that special occasion of a family wedding or a corporate function, we have a menu to suit your taste and budget. Leave everything to us, we will cook, prepare and supply everything you need and deliver it to your door.

Whilst we offer unrivalled quality Indian food, we also deliver superb standards of service based on the principle that we serve our clients to the same high standard we would expect. We want your event to be stress free, which is why we offer to supply crockery, waiters and tailored services to make sure your event runs smoothly from start to finish.

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£ 50.00 - £ 20000
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1.Do you celebrate more than one event per day?

2.What is included in the menu?

3.Is it possible to only rent the venue, without the catering service?

4. Do you have your own caterer/kitchen?

5. What kind of cuisine do you offer?

6. Is it possible to adapt/modify the menu?

7. Do you offer special menus?

8. Do you also offer a wedding cake?

9. Can I bring my own wedding cake?

10. How does the open bar work?

11. Is there a time limit for celebrations?

12. Private photographer?

13. Do you provide your own music?

14. Private catering?

15. Is there a fixed payment for the location?

16. What is the charge for not reaching the minimum?

17. What are the forms of payment?

18. Do you provide disabled access?