At NaanStop you will receive your meal faster than you can say, "dhan'yavāda." Brothers Neal and Samir Idnani took their grandmother's Northern Indian recipes and added their own spin, first with their food truck, and then in a brick-and-mortar location downtown. As such, NaanStop makes Indian food accessible to both the Georgia State University students and the executives in nearby offices.
When ordering, start with a base, which can be a rice bowl, salad, or "NaanWich." From there, select a protein source, like chicken, lamb, or a vegetarian option. Then add chutneys, which range from cool yogurt cilantro to spicy, "Indian" hot. Grab yourself a mango lassi, or an order of samosas and masala fries to complement your meal. And of course, don't forget extra naan!