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NaanStop has already cultivated quite the following of folks who dig a quick and easy way to get their Indian fix without skimping on authenticity. They aim to give people a way to enjoy authentic Indian food without feeling overwhelmed by the unknown.
We've heard tales of a land far, far away, where the food trucks roam freely, the street food flows like milk and honey, and the villagers are never without a tasty snack in sight. This land, known as Los Angeles, is where NaanStop got its start, puttering around town, filling Angelenos' bellies with its naan wraps, rice bowls and samosas. But the ATL is hard to leave behind. So, when Neal and his NaanStop crew got wistful for their hometown, they packed up the tandoor, hit the road and set up shop with a brick-and-mortar in the middle of Downtown, bringing their family recipes along with them.

Fast-forward to present day, and NaanStop has already cultivated quite the following of folks who dig a quick and easy way to get their Indian fix without skimping on authenticity. Case-point: their chai. This is not your run-of-the-mill made-from-mix concoction, y'all. The Chai Lattés are made from scratch daily, with a delicious custom blend of fresh indian spices, steeped and brewed with assam black tea in milk. In fact, everything here – from the chai to the naan to the paneer – is made from scratch, daily. In Neal's own words, he wanted to give people a way to enjoy authentic Indian food without feeling overwhelmed by dish after dish on an unfamiliar menu. Thus, NaanStop's menu keeps it simple: choose either a rice bowl, a Naanwich wrap or a salad, and fill 'er up with an entree like chicken tikka masala, braised lamb or chola (simmered garbanzo beans). For maximum flavor, try one of the chutneys, which range from sweet (apple tamarind) to hot (coconut mint cilantro) to really hot (chili-cilantro). But please, don't stop there: do yourself a favor and get your hands on one of those samosas. It's Mom's recipe, it's about the size of your fist, and it took home the bronze at the LA Street Food Festival. Try it chaat style (topped with chutney and chola), and you'll soon be a [naan]believer like us.

Menu Highlights:
Samosa, $2.49
Chicken Tikka Masala, $6.49
Chola (Garbanzo Beans), $5.99
Palak Paneer, $6.99
Braised Lamb, $7.99
Chai Tea, $2.49

Hours:
Monday - Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.
Closed Sundays

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