Just arrived in ATL to open its first brick 'n mortar after successfully trucking up LA and running an SF trailer, NaanStop's plating both all-Halal traditional and hybrid-ish North Indian dishes, all made from Ma Dukes-conceived recipes executed by two brothers, one of whom previously worked for an all-bacon food truck, so you should bow down and thank the lard he exists
Mom's handiwork includes lamb braised in curry, onion, and tomato, minced turkey kabobs flavored w/ a house garam masala blend, and the classic marinated chicken tikka masala, which boasts a total of 20 spices including chili, coriander, cinnamon, and
Sporty ginger. From there, it's up to you to decide whether to turn your dish into a salad, rice bowl, or flatbread-wrapped sammy called a "Naanwich", also the option most people choose on their OzDate profiles
All that's left to add are some samosas served Chaat-style (topped w/ chola and chutneys like "native Indian hot" cilantro-mint), then down a glass of lassi, a traditional Indian drink made with mango pulp & yogurt, meaning technically, North Indian won't be the only new culture you experience.
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