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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

IMAG0131Shan-a-Punjab is located on Harvard Street in a former gas station. The last time I was here, it was B.Good. I never made it to Cognac Bistro, even though I really meant to get there.

IMAG0134Indian music videos play on the tv behind the bar.

IMAG0128We start off with some delicious flatbread crisps that have a nice peppery flavor.

IMAG0130We order the veggie samosas ($3.95) and devour them in an instant. The turnovers are stuffed with potatoes and peas. I could just eat a bunch of these for my meal.

IMAG0135With each dish, they ask how spicy you want it. I’m a lightweight and order my chicken tikka masala with no spice ($12.95). The entrees come with unlimited rice – the chicken is so tender and the tomato cream sauce makes you want to lick the bowl clean.

IMAG0136Of course, no Indian meal would be complete without an order or garlic naan ($3.95). They offer a variety of naan: traditional, aloo – stuffed with potatoes, chicken naan, pershawari – stuffed with raisins, almonds and cashew nuts to name a few.

IMAG0140We also ordered the beef curry ($13.95) which is equally delicious.

Shan-a-punjab  offers free delivery within 2.5 miles and you can place your orders online.

What’s your favorite Indian dish?

455 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA

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