Connected to the market of the same name, Indus Village specializes in Pakistani street food served in a bright, carnivalesque room. Sure, you can find chicken tikka masala on the menu, but also achaar murgh, a chicken curry chunky with pickles and whole spices, and kuna gosht, a lamb shank simmered in a clay pot. Quench the fire with puffy, bubbly naan pulled straight from the clay ovens, brushed with melted butter, and rushed to your table.

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