We like to hit this Indian place up when we’re pretending that we’re being a bit healthy, as we often conveniently forget that ‘vegetarian’ isn’t the same as ‘healthy’. Even if you’re not familiar with half the menu (Indian street food dishes like papdi chaat and pau bhaji), rest assured that it’s all excellent and it’ll just mean you can eat more free salami samples later on.
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