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Devon Street isn’t the only place where you can find great Indian food in town. Cumin is a combo Nepalese and Indian spot in Wicker Park, and it’s seriously good. The menu is massive, with everything from goat stew to samosas to chicken tikka masala to a bunch of Indian staples ideal for vegetarians. There’s a lunch buffet if you want to go big during the day, or go for dinner where you’ll find a nice environment to sit and have a Nepalese-Indian meal.

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