Mumbai is definitely the melting pot of cuisines in India. You can find dishes from across the country and the world here. South Indian food has always been a crowd favourite of Mumbai for a very long time. One of them is definitely dosa. This crisp round of batter is what happiness Tastes like and dosa in Mumbai is served the traditional way with sambar and coconut chutney.
MYSORE MASALA DOSA NEAR SOPHIA COLLEGE
A complete diet in itself, Masala dosa is one of many popular breakfasts that Mumbaikars love. The crispy Mysore Masala Dosa of the Dosa center located on Bhulabai Desai road, right outside Sophia College is our favorite pick. All that can be said about the delicious Dosas of this place has already been said. You wouldn’t be disappointed with any item on their menu.
Address :Right outside Sophia College
The is the best place where you can have dosa or idli or mendu vada. Their menu will be small but all the dishes will be their specials. All their dishes are made amazingly, the masalas which they put are epic. The place is a bit small, there is very less space to sit, but the food that you’ll get here will make you forget about every thing. The cheese maysore masala dosa is the tastiest, I Love it. Their masala is quite unique, I couldn’t find such place anywhere else. I come all the way till here sometimes just to have this dosa and nothing else. Iva also tried almost all the types of dosas. And the masala idli is also fried very nicely, if you are a fan of idlis and not dosas. They serve it hot. The prices too, are not at all high, they are nothing against this tasty food that you’ll get. And their service is quick, your dosa will be ready in just 2 minutes. They are as quick as a machine. Its food is filled with masalas here!
Address : Rizvi Complex, Shop No. 6, Artik Villa, Sherly Rajan Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai 400050, MH Hours: Open today · 5:30–9:30PM
Dosa Dinner The food was great and I went there a couple of times during my stay in Bombay. The dosa’s (Indian Crepes) and Idli’s (Indian Rice cakes) were great, but I enjoyed the South Indian Curries even more, esp. the fish and chicken. The portions are a good value for money. The place looked clean and tidy. The staff was helpful and courteous. I suggest ordering a variety of dishes and sharing with friends/family like most Indians eat. I’ve eaten a ton of dosa’s near Central Park in NYC but nothing came close to the ones on the streets, but if you want a safer route check out Dosa Diner. The locations I visited were easy to reach via taxis, buses or trains. I would definitely recommend Dosa Diner if you’ve never eaten Indian food, but even more so if you have and will now successfully move into a more advanced Indian Food phase, which is regional Indian Cuisine. FYI: I went to the ones in Colaba and Fort regularly.
Address: Inorbit Mall, Link Road, Malad West, Inorbit Rd, Goregaon West, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Takes bookings, Good for groups or parties, Takeaway, Delivery and Catering .
Address: Opp. Mithibai College, Gulmohar Road No. 1, Vile Parle West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056 Phone:098334 42623 Hours: Open today · 8AM–11:30PM
CAFE MADRAS’ RAGI DOSA
The dosa repertoire at any self-respecting south Indian restaurant isn’t limited to the standard rice and urad (gram) dal-fermented batter crepes. Besides the rava (semolina), pesarattu (moong or green gram dal) and set dosas, there is a little-known variant that has captured the heart of Shanky, Best Eats judge and food blogger. It’s called the ragi (millet) dosa and it’s bursting with good health. “The ragi dosa with white butter served up by Cafe Madras is the only reason I can think of for venturing into the madness of Kings Circle,” says Shanky. When paired with fresh white butter, this dark, grayish brown, perforated mesh of a dosa may be the reason so many Tamilians abandon Chennai for Mumbai.
Address : 391-38/B, “Kamakshi” Bhaudaji Road, Kings Circle; +91 (22) 2401 4419. Open 7 a.m.-2:45 p.m., 4-10:45 p.m. Closed Monday.
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