One of my students pointed me to NaanStop. It's on the Broad Street restaurant row near Georgia State. It has a fast lunch/mix-and-match format, but done to Indian food.
My main course was paneer tikka masala done as a naanwich. As you can see, the paneer wrapped in garlic naan has a very pita-like vibe. The naan was slightly dry but the paneer was superb. The masala sauce gives a good hearty taste. The sauteed onions and green peppers nicely complemented the cheese and sauce. I asked for a combination of sweet and spicy chutneys which they put right on the sandwich. This turned out to be a great combination, with sweetness to start and a nice warm back end. The samosa is pretty darn big and really, really good. The crust is superb. The filling is homey-tasting with potatoes and just the right amount of spice.
Hey, NaanStop guys, why not put a branch up here at Georgia Tech?