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First Look at Masti Fun Indian Street Eats

It's your weekly roundup of Atlanta restaurant reviews.

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Creative Loafing's Angela Hansberger takes a first look at Masti Fun Indian Street Eats. Hansberger says the restaurant is a good example of Indian and American fusion:

Masti succeeds at melding the cookways of America and India in a casual, festive environment. Using vehicles like burgers and tacos as conduits for bold Indian flavors adds an element of approachability to the exotic cuisine. As a result, Masti's menu offers an array of suitable options for both longtime Indian-food lovers and novices alike.

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