Dosa Corner Indian Restaurant Phnom Penh

Wednesday, November 19, 2014


Dosa Corner at 5E, Street 51, Wat Lanka (Near Independence Monument, Phone: 012 673 276) is one of the places where one can have Indian food in Phnom Penh. Dosa Corner has South Indian favourites like Dosa/Idli/Uttapa/Wada as also North Indian food in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. The restaurant opens everyday from 8.30am to 2.00pm for breakfast & lunch and 5.00pm to 10.00pm for dinner. Timings are liberal except that lunch ends early at 2.00pm. Pricing is easy as plain dosa starts at just USD 1 and a masala dosa costs USD 2.50 (with ghee USD 3.00). Dosa can be ordered with different fillings such as eggs, tomato, spinach, mint, drumstick leaves, cauliflower, all priced between USD 1.50 and 3.00. Uttapam (dosa pancakes) cost between USD 1.00 (plain) and 3.00 (7 mini uttapams with different flavours). A mini meal consisting of four Idli (steamed rice cakes) and one Vada (salted deep fried lentil donut) with chutney and lentil curry at USD 2.50 is a nice deal. Keep reading...

Dosa Corner Indian Restaurant Wat Lanka Phnom Penh

North Indian breakfast favourites like "poori bhaji" (deep fried flat bread with potato curry) and "chana bhatura" (deep fried fermented flat bread with chick peas curry) are available at USD 2.50 and 3.00 respectively. Among snacks, they have the Indian favourite called Pakora (Bhajji) which are batter fried vegetables with options such as onions, potato, eggplant or green chillies at USD 2.00 for a serving of four pieces.


Masala Dosa at Dosa Corner Indian Restaurant Phnom Penh

Set Lunch

South Indian Set lunch (combo meal or thali) is served in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. A veg thali consisting of 1 poori / chapati, sambar, rasam, 3 vegetables, curd, and papadam costs USD 4.00. Non-veg thali has one additional serving of chicken/mutton/fish and costs USD 5.00.


Dosa Corner Indian Restaurant Phnom Penh

Indian Curries

There are Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries too (from USD 2.00 to 5.00) that can be ordered along with Indian breads (USD 0.50 to 2.00) or rice (USD 0.50 to 3.00). Your drink can be a Mango Lassi (USD 2.00) or a beer (starting USD 1.00). Dosa Corner is a great place to sample Indian food at easy-on-the-pocket prices.







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