We serve traditional Afghan delicacies from recipes passed down from generation to generation, to oven-baked pizzas, calzones, and other international baked goods.
Our bread, like everything else served at KHANAGi, is made with only locally sourced ingredients.
Our jams and cheeses are made by local families and delivered to the shop on a regular basis.
Homemade jam made from locally grown quince, a regional fruit that resembles a pear.
KHANAGi’s trademark sesame seed bread is made with whole wheat flour, and sprinkled on top with locally sourced sesame seeds.
Savory meat dumplings with a lentils and carrots sauce, drizzled with homemade yoghurt and topped with freshly-cut coriander.
Chunks of savory roasted chicken, bell pepper, caramelized onion, and mozzarella cheese, served with a side of ketchup.
Small potato pancakes infused with herbs and spices, lightly pan fried and served in with chutney.
Thin-crust pizza topped with bell peppers, caramelized onion, fresh tomato, olives, and mozzarella cheese.
All natural cookie dough baked with a filling of sweetened crushed walnuts.
Locally sourced whole wheat flour backed with Afghan walnuts and raisins.
A hearty portion of crispy, all-natural fried chicken, served with a side of French fries.
"KHANAGi only uses grain grown by Afghan farmers, and obtains its fruit jams, milk, cottage cheese and seasonal side dishes from local producers. It has given direct employment to 11 local residents and created about 100 other jobs at its suppliers."
"KHANAGi, which literally translates to ‘homemade’, is a small, unconventional, bread shop, located in the heart of Kabul, and is selling a product that is most widely used and available in the city. Except, they’ve recreated it as a healthier, locally sourced alternative, in a simple menu, sold in a shop with minimalist decor."
"We stumbled across KHANAGi by chance. And what a delightful find it was. We returned every day for breakfast until the day we left Kabul. All made from locally sourced organic ingredients, the homemade jams (especially the plum) and multiple types of breads are simply sublime."