After a dozen years of success in San Francisco, the owners of Dosa are bringing their South Indian specialties to the East Bay.
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On Thursday, Dec. 14, Anjan and Emily Mitra’s new casual concept, a counter-service “dosa by DOSA,” will open at the Hive, a work-live-eat space in Oakland’s Uptown district.
The plan is a seven-day operation, with breakfast, lunch and dinner options. From 8 to 11 a.m., customers may order egg-and-cheese dosas, stuffed naan or South Indian Pongal, an oatmeal-like mixture of slow-cooked basmati rice and lentils topped with raisins and cashews.
At lunch and dinner, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., the menu will feature the couple’s signature dosas (think Tamil Lamb) as well as Prawn Masala Street Wraps, Tandoori Lamb Kebab Salads, Coconut Kale Mung Salads and more.
Bar manager Nora Furst (Lolinda, Delarosa) has created a menu of non-alcoholic slushes as well as spice-driven cocktails designed to enhance the Indian fare. Chai, lassi and espresso drinks will be available at all hours.
Details: Find dosa by DOSA at 2301 Broadway, Oakland; www.dosasf.com.
Source:: East Bay – Lifestyle