It may not be how everyone else does it, but my first criterion for judging an Indian restaurant is the breads. If you don't like the first curry you try, maybe another one will be better, but if the bread is dry or tough or burnt, there really isn't a substitute. Onion kulchas are my favorite, but naan is essential.
Link to puzzle: http://www.thenation.com/article/174332/puzzle-no-3284
Hozom's comment: "Coming and Going" in which Hot and Trazom field the slings and arrows that came their way after this clue:
I didn't like it either (and I love naan). I got the reversal part, but I was trying to find something relating to money in the backward bread. Maybe it's that I've done too many Hex cryptics: Hex are partial to those kind of second definitions. But reading the column and thinking more carefully about the clue, I can't fault it, like I could with last week's 12d. The indicator is just fine: it's on me to remember that a reversal with the same definition as the straight definition could be a palindrome, and a cigar is just a cigar.
Solution and annotation on Monday (I think). I wasn't stuck this time.