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On Sept. 15, Masalawala will open its doors as one of New York City’s most anticipated restaurants this year. And when you eat there, you can also shop for the ingredients.
Chef and co-owner Chintan Pandya will serve foods from Kolkata, along with his take on under-the-radar specialties from across India. On the shelves that line one wall of the restaurant, in Brooklyn’s Park Slope, will be spices and other products from small producers. They’ll be freshly packaged, top-quality items in small amounts, so ingredients such as cinnamon and coriander seed don’t stay sitting around in home pantries well past their prime.

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