Mela is not your everyday Indian restaurant. Yes, there’s the ubiquitous buffet, and it does perfume your arrival at this artfully transformed chain-restaurant structure alongside a busy freeway, but Shiva is in the specifics. Even if they’re street-food simple.
Try, for example, the “Dahi Papri Chaat,” a street snack of fried…
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