Dosa Indian Restaurant



995 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110

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(415) 642-3672

Hours

  • Sunday: 5:30 pm - 12:10 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: Closed
  • Saturday: Closed

www.dosasf.com

Cuisine: Indian Food Restaurants, Vegetarian Restaurants

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price range:$11 to $25

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  •  Get the gin here. You won't be disappointed!

    55555 by Monika R.


  •  Order the Pumpkin Dosa. It comes with several dips and soup, a bit on the salty side but really flavorful.

    55555 by AJ L.


  •  Aaraam se...all the way!

    11111 by Elise K.


  •  You should try Mango Lassi, it's yummy

    55555 by Dhawal M.


  •  Love love love the Dosa with truffle!!

    55555 by Seda M.


  •  Avoid the uttapams. There's a reason this place is called Dosa.

    33333 by Ayush K.


  •  If you are new to the Southern India cuisine, try the three course tasting menu. Great introduction.

    55555 by Eirik S.


  •  The peony is a particularly standout beverage.

    33333 by Lorcán


  •  Legit higher end Dosas. Good enough to take the relatives

    55555 by David S.


  •  Zagat 23. Cost $39. plates that "explode with flavor" (and so much spice you may want "lots of water" handy), all backed by "darn good cocktails";

    55555 by Jessica R.


  •  Try the Duck Delight - #duck giblets on skewers. Traditional Chinese food. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David jean M.


  •  craft a unique cocktail menu unlike any, heavy on Indian spices and flavor profiles, including its own house gin produced by local distiller Old World Spirits: cardamom-rich Blade Gin.

    55555 by Jessica R.


  •  Fantastic food and generous portion, if you are not starving one Dosa can easily shared in two people

    55555 by manu z.


  •  Enjoyed the keema dosa as well as paper masala dosa.

    55555 by Viroopax M.


  •  Slightly more upscale than neighboring Udupi Palace in ingredients, drink options, and smaller portion sizes.

    55555 by Luke A.


  •  A bowl of curd rice after a long weary day is just so fulfilling.

    33333 by Srikanth J.


  •  About negative one Bobby Jindals @dosahunt

    33333 by Roshan V.


  •  Try the Vada Pav and 5 Moon Uttapama...both have an awesome blend of flavors.

    55555 by Meraj I.


  •  Try the Spicy Shrimp Bahn Mi Slider - Spicy sweet! (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Sandy G.


  •  Awesome yummie Lamb Thali!

    55555 by Apoorva D.


  •  The brunch sample platter is a good way to try a little of everything

    55555 by Marisa M.


  •  Drink the peony. It's worth traveling very far and waiting very long for.

    55555 by Chris H.


  •  The truffle dosa will leave a truffle flavor lingering in your mouth hours after your meal. If this sounds like a bad idea, you should seek professional help.

    33333 by Jason L.


  •  Try the Beet Soup - (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Catherine Ann Q.


  •  Try the paper masala dosa.

    55555 by Anton S.


  •  Vada pav is on on 7x7's Big Eat 2013.

    55555 by Anton S.


  •  7x7 says try the vada pav

    55555 by Joel A.


  •  South Indian Gin & Tonic - deliciously infused with cardamom

    55555 by Beau S.


  •  Chennai chicken is AMAZING, and so is the paper dosa.

    55555 by Kunal C.


  •  The paper masala dosa is amazing.

    55555 by Niamh P.


  •  No espresso, but they make French press coffee in this beautiful stainless steel single press

    55555 by Eric A.


  •  Wow! The paper masala dosa is too big to get in the frame!

    33333 by Eric A.


  •  Chennai chicken is amazing!

    55555 by Lena C.


  •  I highly recommend the tasting menu. Absolutely the best way to try a variety of their amazing dishes. $35 is a steal and the expert wine pairing is only $18 more. !!!

    55555 by Leslie B.


  •  Paper dosa is awesome.

    55555 by Michael S.


  •  Great atmosphere and service, as well as amazing food (yes, dosa). Mango lassi is rich enough to qualify as dessert.

    55555 by Rita P.


  •  Ask for a sample of the spicy dosa sauce before you just order it...the amount is too spicy for even this Asian! Dosa dipping sauces are great and easily shared

    55555 by Kelly P.


  •  Can't go wrong with the simple masala dosa or white truffle dosa!

    55555 by Amy M.


  •  Match your South Indian meal with a refreshing Gin & Tonic. Dosa’s house-made tonic is infused with black pepper and ginger:

    55555 by Tasting Table


  •  Masala dosa is solid. Enjoy with idlis in the side.

    55555 by @tdavidson


  •  Mung salad!

    55555 by NomDeGear


  •  Spring vegetable curry with coconut rice is yummers.

    55555 by Barry B.


  •  Living in India and in SF for business, I finally got to taste authentic Indian dosa. Try the paper masala. Masala tea was bland though.

    33333 by Swaroop H.


  •  Try the Pan Fried Pork Buns - Pan fried shaozi. Pork for me but they have them Wth veggie too (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by David jean M.


  •  The Dahl Vada is not to be missed!

    55555 by Kimberly O.


  •  7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the paper masala dosa is delicious. Yum!

    55555 by Brian S.


  •  If this is your 1st time trying a Dosa, I recommend the Paper Masala Dosa. It's crispy and deliciously addictive...

    55555 by Rose A.


  •  Habanero Mango Dosa is NO JOKE! It was hella hot but good. I kinda struggled but finished it.

    33333 by Kevin P.


  •  Barman gave me a great hot whiskey with Indian spices for my sore throat....really tasty

    55555 by Mark A.


  •  The shrimp curry is amazing.

    55555 by Mikko A.


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