Just past the crowded, bustling dining room and across from the glistening, clanging open kitchen at Khana Peena is an oasis of repose: a high-walled row of little booths where diners sit on embroidered pillows on the floor and eat off low tables. The best part is that the booths come with curtains to shut you away from the curious eyes of fellow diners. In the privacy of your own den you can sit close, legs intertwined, and wipe the chile-fired sweat off each other's brows. The booths are no neighborhood secret, so call ahead to reserve one. If only the doors locked.