After a long spell in the oven, the lip of my keema pie (small; $8) was crisp enough to crack when I pinched a slice, but otherwise the thin crust had little flavor or character. More memorable — scarfworthy, even — was the familiar keema combo of peas and minced beef, jolted by a spicy tomato sauce. I wasn't able to ask about specifics of the spices, the cheese, the oven, or anything else; when the neighboring mosque lets out, as it did not long into my pie, this halal Pakistani restaurant attracts a crowd of afternoon snackers.
For a vegetarian option see also Zante, in San Francisco.
1095 Coney Island Ave. (Ave. H-Glenwood Rd.), Ditmas Park, Brooklyn