Tandoors have been used for about 5,000 years (and are still being used in countries such as India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran) to bake bread, and, more recently, to cook meats. They are usually charcoal- or wood-fired clay vessels.

We developed our tandoors based on traditional concepts, but use modern materials to allow us to move the tandoors frequently with less risk of breaking them. Craig, who developed the process and builds our ovens, has experience building glassblowing furnaces, and he was able to use this knowledge to make our fabulous mobile tandoors.

Come stop by and ask us about the tandoors, we are proud of them and happy to talk about them and show them to you, if we have time to do so.

Naan is done

Naan is done

What's cooking in that tandoor?

What’s cooking in that tandoor?