A Place Between Places
Laree Adda “Lorry Stop”, is a place between places. A junction point from where one prepares to embark on their daily commute, or a completely new adventure. People meet and talk about stories, such as cricket scores, politics and more. It is a centrally located spot from where you can take a bus, train, or many of the rickshaws lined out in front. Laree Adda is a place that attracts people from all walks of life each engaged in their own individual paths looking towards a future full of hopes and dreams.
Let Us Cater Your Next Event
Laree Adda not only caters the best, mouth watering Halal food in New Jersey; but we also serve warmth, passion, and blissful feelings for any of your celebratory occasions. From office dinners and graduation afterparties, to your birthday get-togethers and grand weddings; there is nothing that will ever beat the great, filling, and delectable food alongside your loved ones. The perfect, nostalgic trip down the memory lane will definitely make you think of us whenever hosting parties. So, let us make a trip to your home, office, and even the beach. Or wherever your Laree Adda is!
Indulge in the rich and flavorful taste of our Desi Karahi – the perfect comfort food for any occasion. Made with love and passion, our recipe is a family favorite!
Experience the authentic taste of our Desi Karahi! Made with the finest spices and freshest ingredients, our Karahi will transport you to South Asia’s vibrant and colorful world.
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Location & Reservation
- 287 Grove St. Jersey City, NJ 07302
11:00 AM – 10:30 PM
11:00 AM – 11:30 PM
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Wok of Words
First of all we foodies all share a genuine passion for Wok cooking.
Pakistani cooking is predominantly based on Wok cooking, a truly lesser known fact around the globe. They call it “Karahi”. Most menus in Indo/Pak restaurants mention it but rarely demonstrate the process which is the actual soul of this generation old concept of cooking. It is a performance really and an art.There are several versions of it based on the geographical locations of Pakistan..And above all it must be served in the wok its cooked in..People around the table all eat from the same Karahi. Think HotPot from China..In my quest for eclectic and culturally authentic here and abroad, only in Pakistan and London I have had this experience.. So here we are with massive intro and History of Karahi,, I can solemnly declare LAREE ADDA in Jersey City, Nj has it all. The flare of all flavors imagined and existing, the authentic taste and the pomp n show associated with it. No passport required just indulge in this grandeur experience. The owner’s name is Shan which means honor..Pakistanis like me and many others will confirm Karahi is Shan of Pakistani Cuisine. Thank you Shan!!!
Everyone Loves Us!
Zahrah S Khan
Great food and nice ambience. We ordered club sandwiches, mutton karahi, chicken karahi and chicken seekh kabab. The food was prepared fresh in the open kitchen. Club sandwiches were delicious. Chicken seekh kabab were moist and flavorful. Our favorite were the karahis! We really couldn’t decide which one was was better. Delicious without being loaded with garam masala. The staff is very polite and friendly. Highly recommend it! Go To Review For Zahrah S Khan
One of the best Pakistani food in NJ. Visiting NYC/NJ from TX, we had high expectations from this place. The overall experience was 10/10 we tried the bbq chk. Boti, Mozang chk karahi, Korma, and bindi masla. Every thing was fresh, hot and tasty. Will definitely recommend this place to everyone visiting NJ. Go To Review For Aliarib Momin
Great place for Indian snacks. Authentic food and reminds me of the street food from Kolkata. I tried the Unda Chicken wraps and sweets. All tasted delicious. Go To Review For Rdsau Dey