photo credit: Alex Staniloff

Dosa Hutt interiors with the menu hung on the wall behind a glass counter display with food and drink.

Dosa Hutt



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Located across from the famous Temple Canteen, Dosa Hutt not-so-subtly provides temple-goers and passers-by a similar menu of South Indian food. If you want to skip the line at the Canteen, Dosa Hutt measures up. Go with a lentil (GF) or rava dosa to fill with our favorite stuffing, paneer bhurji, and be sure to get an idli and vada to dip into the coconut chutney and sambar. Dosa Hutt also has a few unique dosas you definitely can't find next door, such as their spinach-and-cheese and chocolate varieties. We haven’t tried those yet, but apparently somebody has, so we’ll give them a shot the next time we're here.

Dosa Hutt iterior with wooden booth seating, windows to the right, and a large mural painted on the back wall

photo credit: Alex Staniloff

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