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Posted by Anonymous on 07/28/2007
Apparently the owners have lived in India and learnt to make dosas in India. I have no idea where in India they make such poor dosas. The dosas were terribly sour, the chutney some sort of a bohemian anglicized-Indian mix.
Posted by juman23 on 04/30/2007
They forgot to add goat cheese to my dosa! And it was failry bland to begin with. Though they had many varieties, so I would def try it again.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/19/2006
Wow!! The dosas are healthy and delicious. The vegetables are amazingly fresh and you get the feeling that things are made with care here. Nothing can ever match the original Hampton Chutney in Amagansett, but this comes close. Also they just opened another one on the Upper West Side near where I live which is also consistently amazing. I've never had a meal at any of the locations that did not meet my expectations or disappointed me in any way. Also, the constantly changing soups and Thali vegetables are spectacular. And the Chai and Cardamom coffee are really good too.
Posted by christine on 03/17/2006
The dosas are incredible, not just in flavor, but in presentation. They are gorgeous. My favorites, the classic masala and the cilantro tuna are great with a mango lassi, which by the way are the best I've ever had. Add in the photos of Baba and Gurumayi and the devotional chants, and I get an oasis of calm and serenity in my hectic, fast paced day. I just wish I could come here every day.
Posted by sarah on 09/29/2005
What's all the fuss about? Working just a block away, I tried them several times and I'll have to disagree with most reviews here. I wish they taste as good as they look. Everything I tried here is bland.
Posted by Indian food lover on 09/15/2005
I fell in love with Dosas and uttapas while living in India as they are an EXCELLENT source of protien. And these dosas / uttapas are the best I had this side of Mumbai. They've taken a very simple basic sour dough crepe to new heights with the combos they offer, - Grilled Chicken with Goat Cheese, Spinach & Roasted Tomato, or the Breakfast Dosa - 2 Eggs, Spinach, Roasted Tomato (two of my favorites) But I also love the avo/goat cheese uttapa with mango or cilantro chutney. Oh, chutney! Did I tell you how AMAZING the chutneys are? Maybe I shouldn't. I don't want this place to get so crowed that I can't get in. But I'd be fine if they opened another one somewhere on the west side, near Columbus circle!
Posted by Desi on 09/10/2005
Dosas are great and all the chutneys are worth trying. I end up for lunch or snack time everytime I am in SOHO. Being an Indian I know non-veg is not vedic food and this place is not part of ashram that you have to care why they are serving non-veg. Go and enjoy their food because they have done a good job with fusion south Indian food (non-greasy type).