My vegetable sampler ($8) sported potatoes and sweet potatoes, chickpeas and soy chunklets, long beans, callaloo, and spinach — uncommonly spicy spinach — all atop a bed of white rice that had been wetted down with dhal.
Meals like this give me the dietary latitude for indulgences like a footlong link of lamb black pudding ($7 when I bought it, years back, at a Queens location of this Guyanese mini-chain). Loose-knit and somewhat crumbly, the mildly spiced pudding could be squeezed from its casing like a boudin, though eventually I found myself scarfing up considerable spillage from the carryout tin.
4379 White Plains Rd. (East 237th St.-Nereid Ave.), Wakefield, Bronx
(One of several locations)