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Short Orders

Indian notion

(Wiqan Ang for the Boston Globe)
By Rachel Travers
Globe Correspondent / January 21, 2009
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Among its vast offerings, Punjabi Dhaba offers a late breakfast - the Inman Square spot doesn't open until noon - or a light lunch. Punjabi omelet sandwich ($5.50), which isn't traditional, is assembled from typical ingredients. It's made with cumin- and garam masala-spiced eggs, spinach, and onions, done omelet style, topped with sliced tomatoes and red onion, and served between two generous pieces of the classic Indian bread, naan. Little cups of tamarind sauce and onion chutney are the condiments. There is also anda bhurji, which is traditional in Southern India, a dish of spicy hard-scrambled eggs with broccoli and spinach. The restaurant offers a standard Western omelet sandwich or omelet wrap for less adventurous diners. Punjabi Dhaba, 225 Hampshire St., Inman Square, Cambridge, 617-547-8272.

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