● Kati Roll Company, New York
● Inday, New York
● Babu Ji, New York
● Kasa Indian Eatery, San Francisco
● Botiwalla, Atlanta
● Badmaash, Los Angeles
● Bindaas, Washington, D.C.
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Modern takes on lesser-
known cuisines such as
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