Family-run Lazzat in Wantagh takes a warm, homestyle approach to Indian and Pakistani cuisine.

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Achar gosht is a goat or lamb cooked with fennel and onion seed and showered with fresh cilantro at Lazzat in Wantagh.

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Lazzat moved to its location in Wantagh earlier in 2018 after its landlord in North Bellmore decided to turn its space into offices.

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Aloo tikki, herbed mashed-potato pancakes, are served with a tamarind sauce at Lazzat in Wantagh.

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Aloo gobhi, a clean and fresh stir-fry of spiced, tender cauliflower, is a good choice for vegetarians at Lazzat in Wantagh.

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Tandoori chicken is served on a cast-iron skillet at Lazzat in Wantagh, a restaurant specializing in North Indian and Pakistani dishes.

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Sudesh Nawaz is the chef-owner of Lazzat in Wantagh, which serves up soulful interpretations of Indian and Pakistani dishes.

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