The signature food here is taco-shaped, but it’s about three times the size of your average taco, and, instead of a tortilla, there’s a croissant-like Indian flatbread. Fillings include things like pork belly, lamb shoulder, or tofu, and each “taco” costs less than $10. This place is counter-service, but there’s a lounge-y hidden dining room in the back as well some seating up front. Although if it’s nice out, you should sit at one of the outdoor tables. Drink a beer, eat your taco, and enjoy the sights and sounds of traffic on Delancey.
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