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Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Vegan, Vegetarian

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Dosa Deli

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These two never stop perfecting the ultimate vegetarian meal on the KERB. Heaven.
KERB, 2013

Why we love them

You just feel reassured at the Dosa Deli stall. Everything is in hand, the pot is bubbling, the griddle ready and the stall all well laid out. These two don't cut corners as they forge their way - they keep honing and working at it. They want to be the best they can be and you can see and feel all the love and hard work that they put into it. If you're feeling rough and need a bit of soothing food and calming chat amidst all the challenges of the great outdoors, head to Amy and Kristian and you'll soon start feeling human again.

What they serve

Asian inspired dosa wraps
Their signature dish is a street food classic. Made fresh on the tava, they pack the dosa with a variety of delicious vegetarian fillings, using pickles and chutneys to get your taste buds bouncing.
Taking inspiration from travelling around Asia they pack a punch in every dosa, with recipes changing each month using fresh seasonal vegetables dishes. One week you may find a coconut and lemongrass dosa, and the next a Goan Masala.

In their own words

Kristian and Amy both worked in the food events industry organising large scale food exhibitions. Having travelled to Asia and experienced the street food culture abroad, they wanted to bring some of that buzz and excitement to the streets of London. They were both made redundant in 2011 and decided to take the leap into the already expanding street food scene. They wanted to create a business making food which was new and challenging, combined with their passion for Indian food and spices. Dosa Deli was born; and has been going from strength to strength.

– Amy Philip & Kristian Price

Why the kerb life

Dosa Deli is a street food company, selling freshly prepared Indian-inspired pancake wraps. Conceived by Amy and Kristian, this couple have a passion for Indian food and spices, they are putting a British stamp on traditional Indian street food. Their dosas are made using a mix of rice and dhal, made the traditional south Indian way, the pancakes are crispy, light and healthy and filled with the finest ingredients.

Fave Kerbster

This is a tough question as all KERB traders' food is so good. But I think I would say Yum Bun’s pork belly steamed bun. The bread is so soft and delicious, combined with the crispy fatty pork and sauce it’s just a superb street food snack.