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Momo House, a Nepalese place on an alley between Maple Ave and Church St, has an interesting array of snacks aside from the regular menu of momo, kabobs, and curries. But be careful, the spicy is pretty darn hot.
I tried the peanuts in spices (badam sadheko) and the potato and crunchy dry noodles in sauce (aalu nimki). The peanut are a dry dish.
The peanuts were extremely hot, and the potato dish in sauce was a bit more manageable. For the peanuts, maybe you could ask them for something in between mild and spicy. Both dishes are very good.
Nearby is the Persian-leaning Yas Bakery and Market. They bake their own sweets, and they have many very well stocked shelves of items from throughout the middle east. It's an attractive, surprisingly large shop inside. They boast a good selection of homemade Persian stews and dips. I bought a frozen stuffed Iraqi flatbread with ground beef and spices.
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