Half market and half takeout counter, Khan's Indian Kitchen offers a varied, and inexpensive, selection of home-style Indian food. Shelves in the market side are filled with hard-to-find Indian spices and dried beans and peas for adventurous chefs looking to bring a Middle-Eastern flare to their kitchens. The other side of Khan's displays traditional dishes like tandoori chicken as well as prepared lamb and goat meals. Naan, priced at $1, and fresh or frozen samosas, starting at 75 cents each, are popular and inexpensive ways to add foreign flare to boring pantries. The reasonable prices for prepared dishes (they usually cost between $4 and $6) make Khan's a great deli alternative.