Punjab Sweet: So cheap and so good!
I ordered take out at curry and naan now called Chand.....something. They told me it will be ready in 15 minutes so I went outside and decided to go in at the old pushap place now called PUNJAB SWEET.
I saw a giant of a man order a plate of chick peas and samosa. I asked him and he said it's called Chaat Samosa but he orders it with the samosa on the side not mixed in it.
He was charged 3$ for the plate and he took 4 samosa his total was 5$.
I took a chance and ordered the same stuff he did for my lunch tomorrow.
I went to check on my order next door and it wasn't ready. So I started to be hungry and went back outside and took a bite of the samosa I had in the bag and it was just fantastic tasting with just a little bit of heat. The crust was very crispy. A really above average samosa in my book.
When I got home I was curious to try the chick peas plate with the other stuff I ordered.
That dish is called chaat samosa was out of this world with great flavors. And it's more than enough for a meal for a huge 3$
My wife ate the rest so I have no lunch for tomorrow.
I must say that the man behind the counter is very nice and friendly. And the Bug giant customer also was very nice to explain a few things to me.
You can eat on premises but it's not a restaurant more liek cafeteria sitting. They are set up as a sweet shop. They should advertise their food because, with curry and naan, it was among the best flavors than many of the indian/pakistani around jean-talon.
975 Jean-Talon Ouest (west)
Montreal, Qc H3N 1S9