Dosa Temple is an Indian cuisine restaurant in Ashland, MA (next door to the Medicredit) offering a vegetarian-themed menu and made-to-order vegan options. Most of the curries, buffet, and dosa selections at Dosa Temple are suitable for vegans. The restaurant also offers a wonderful selection of salads and drinks and excellent hospitality. A tour to Dosa Temple is all you need for a thrilling vegetarian/vegan adventure! The restaurant is open from Monday through Friday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. You can also indulge in the restaurant’s delicious treats on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 am to 10:00 pm.
Dosa Temple offers one of the most extensive and comprehensive vegetarian/vegan menus. From their wonderful selection of appetizers, soups, salads, dosas, and house specials, you will be hard-pressed not to find something that soothes your palate.
Dosa Temple’s appetizers offer the right mix of foreplay to turn your palate on. From the wonderful selection of idli and chaat to vada and Bajji, your palate will jump in excitement as it awaits the remaining part of your dining experience.
One of the most popular selections at Dosa Temple is the three-piece idli. This delicious appetizer goes for $5.99 and features a steam rice cake served with chutney and sambar. The Idli-vada combination is equally promising. It also costs $5.99 but features 1 vada and 2 Idli Served with chutney and sambar. The Idli-Vada sambar combo goes for $6.99 and features 1 vada and 2 Idli soaked in sambar. The $5.99 masala vada is also quite exciting, featuring three pieces of lentil patties fried to a crisp.
For spice enthusiasts looking for a spicy appetizer, try the Papadi chaat. This selection goes for $6.50 and features dressing sauces, spices, tomato, and Papadi with onions. The Malli Idli is also quite delightful. It features chutney-coriander mixed idli and costs $6.50. The Andhra kara idli is also a wonderful choice for spice enthusiasts. It goes for $6.50 and features spicy Andhra-inspired, chutney-mixed idli. The onion spinach pakora features a deep-fried combination of spinach and onions with gram flour and costs $5.99.
Other appetizers worth a try include Rasa Dosa, chili Bajji, Bhel Poori, samosa chaat, mixed vegetable Bajji, Paneer Pakora, vegetable cutlet, and vegetable samosa.
The soups and salad selections at Dosa Temple range from $3.5 to $7 and include treats like sweet corn soup, tomato soup, rasam, hot & sour vegetable soup, green salad, and tossed kachumber salad.
Rasam is a classic spicy tamarind and tomato-based south Indian soup and one of the more popular soup options at the restaurant. The hot and sour vegetable soup goes for $4.50 and features a sour and spicy mixed vegetable Indo-Chinese soup. The Mulligatawny goes for $4.50 and features lentil soup made with curry leaves, gram flour, and garlic. The green salad goes for $5.95 and features garden-fresh vegetables dressed with vinaigrette. The tossed kachumber salad goes for $6.99 and features chaat dressing, cilantro, carrot, pepper, cucumber, tomato, and diced onion.