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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

We aim to be seasonal and change our dishes depending on the event but some of our favourites include:
 
Chilli cheese dosa wrap
Stuffed with spiced paneer cheese, tomato chutney, red onions and tamarind apple and date chutney
 
Served with a side of bhel puri (a bombay mix style snack served with fresh cucumber and onion and coated in tamarind sauce) & coconut chutney
 
Dosa taco's (a gluten free taco!)
Sweet and sour tamarind aubergine with peanut chutney, slow roasted onions, fresh coriander and coconut crunch
 
or
 
Pumpkin masala with slow roasted onions, fresh coriander and coriander crunch
 
Masala chai
Indian spiced tea
 
Indian Tikka Arancini
Risotto rice coated in our home-made tikka masala with cheddar cheese, coated in panko breadcrumbs and fried
 
South Indian Masala Doughnuts/Vada's
A savoury doughnut made from fermented lentils served with a selection of home-made chutneys
 

In their own words

We are a husband and wife team, inspired by our travels of South Asia and in particular Southern India, we are trying to take traditional dishes and add a unique twist to them. We have learnt some tricks along the way and want to share this knowledge with our customers, unravelling some of the mysteries of Indian cookery. Showing our customers that dosa's don't have to be filled with plain potato masala, we are adding exciting Asian flavours to a traditionally made dosa.

– Amy Philip-Price & Kristian Philip-Price

Why the kerb life

Having worked 9-5 in organising food events, we wanted to change our lives, push personal boundaries, working harder but smarter. We love the community, having made some really good friends in the business, we enjoy sharing knowledge with fellow traders and working together to build an industry.

Festivals are in our DNA, and have been going to Glastonbury as punters for a long time, it holds a special place in our hearts, in 2014 we took Dosa Deli to Glastonbury, street food allows us to achieve our dreams. Working in street food also allows us to take time off in the Winter and travel to places like India, working 9-5 doesn't allow that!

Fave Kerbster

We have a few:
OFM's - breakfast muffin, still blows our minds how good it is
Bell & Brisket - probably the Lord Rupert, one of the most satisfying street foods
And for sweet....well i just can't decide between Kooky Bakes, Batch Bakery, You Doughnut and Sorbitium we love the all.