Skip to main content


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?

NaanStop on Urbanspoon



Popular posts from this blog

Detroit: Mudgie's

My first stop upon rolling into Detroit was Mudgie's. It's located in the Corktown neighborhood, a largely intact old neighborhood on the south side of downtown. The restaurant is located in house that has been lovingly restored without being cloying. It also houses a nice wine store. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. This sandwich is a beauty, isn't it? The bread is pumpernickel, the meat is pastrami, and everything is accompanied by carmelized onions and a locally made mustard. It was not only beautiful but also truly outstanding to eat. The outside of the sandwich was perfectly toasting, giving a texture contrast to the interior. The term "melts in your mouth" is a cliché but that is the only way to describe how I felt eating this sandwich. The thinly sliced meat giving a little toothiness. But eating the sandwich took no effort. All those ingredients simply melded together in my mouth. The experience was spectacular. I highly recommen…

Chamblee: Las Delicas De La Abuela

Las Delicas De La Abuela recently opened next to Buford Highway Farmers Market; this seems to be their second location after Duluth. The space is large and very family friendly, with plenty of big tables and room for kids to run around. The service was very friendly. And the food was great. Here is one pair of pages from the menu. The food is Colombian; eggs seem to be a big theme. I ordered the Cacuela de Frijol. They also serve several breakfast items. As you can see, the presentation of the dish is interesting and inviting. I put the egg in first and slowly added the corn cake and rice. The beans in the stew give it a hearty feel and texture. It also includes all sorts of other tidbits, some cooked with the beans and others added at the last minute. The pork skin was softened up by the beans and is the perfect complement. The egg flavor was slightly overwhelmed by the beans but it added a good dose of protein. The avocado gave some brightness to the dish, both visual…

Update: Bagel Palace

Bagel Palace is a breakfast mainstay. I keep finding new dishes to enjoy there. This is the veggie chili and cheese omelet. The chili gives the omelet a great umami taste; it also gives the omelet heft and rib-stickingness. The bagel is, as always, outstanding.