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Indian restaurant convenient to the Bryn Mawr Red Line stop.

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The puzzling take-out menu at this storefront by the Bryn Mawr Red Line stop shows a fork bearing a spaghetti strand and carries the label "Indian Fusion Cuisine." In fact, there's no pasta on the menu, though fusion of some sort turns up in dishes like a grilled vegetable and paneer wrap (served with fries) or a green salad with cranberries, walnuts, carrots, bell peppers, olives, corn, and chickpeas. Apart from that, Little India offers a fairly extensive selection of straightforward Indian standards, from appetizers like pakoras and samosas; dals, curries, and biryanis; a range of tandoori-baked breads; and desserts including house-made orange kulfi. All meat is zabiha halah, but that didn't much help the mildly spicy lamb vindaloo, whose chunks were by turns fatty, gristly, and just right. Chicken boti, designated a "premium item," was desiccated; it might be best to stick to vegetarian and fish preparations here, though I'd take the bhel puri over the less-than-crisp samosas.

Kate Schmidt

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