Eat this, vegans: Mixed veg sabji at Soho Road Naan Kebab

Mixed veg sabji

The mixed veg sabji is a satisfying wrap. (Stephen Hui)

Everybody loves naan, right? Seriously, I’d eat every meal with this Indian flatbread if I could.

A recent visit to Soho Road Naan Kebab took care of one lunch. The Vancouver food cart serves naan wraps, including a delicious mixed veg sabji ($6 for small, $10 for large).

Although this item is vegetarian by default, it can be made vegan for a surcharge ($1 for small, $2 for large). I was told the only difference between the vegan and vegetarian versions is the naan. The chef even offered to change his gloves (previously used for chicken and lamb wraps) while making my order.

Soho Road Naan Kebab

Soho Road Naan Kebab sits outside Vancouver City Centre Station. (Stephen Hui)

My large wrap was filled with veggies, including carrot, cucumber, peas, potato, and red onion, along with a bit of mint chutney. The naan was nice and chewy, while the curry was definitely spicy but not overly so.

Soho Road usually parks at West Georgia Street and Granville Street in downtown Vancouver. The food cart is currently open Monday to Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., and accepts cash only. For location updates, you can follow Soho Road on Facebook and Twitter, and via the Street Food Vancouver app.

By the way, if you love Indian street food as much as I do, you might want to check out Varinicey Pakoras and Vij’s Railway Express too.

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