Tel: +855 12 673 276 | Websitehttp://www.dosa-corner.com/index.aspx
- 7am – 10pm
- USD4 – 6
- Price Range:
Message from the management
Welcome to Dosa Corner, a restaurant that brings the taste of authentic, home-cooked southern Indian food to the Phnom Penh. Established in January 2008, we have served the best dosas in town with unmatched quality and taste.There are 30 different dosas at affordable price range for you to choose everyday.
The use of rice, lentils, vegetables and the blending of spices provide the distinctive flavours and aromas of South Indian food. South Indian recipes are mostly vegetarian dishes and represent some of the most popular indian dishes to the world. Dosas (Crepes), Idlis (Steamed dumplings), Vadas (Fried dumplings), Sambar(Lentil Soup), Briyani, Pesaratu Upma and Fish curries are some of the popular South Indian Food which you can sample at Dosa Corner.
Camaraderie, relaxation, a happy stomach, and serenity of the soul - these are the experiences that await you at Dosa Corner.
Dosa, Thali and Evening special - Egg Bonda
25 July, 2012I've generally found that the dosas and South Indian stuff are always great and extremely cheap, particularly masala dosa, uttapam and onion pakoras (which are really excellent).
- I spent about USD4 Per Person
I've been a bit disappointed by the other curries and main dishes but have recently been branching out to other areas of the menu and found some gems, particularly the mutton biryani and the last dish on the menu, I can't remember what it's called but it's a "tamil special" and is basically minced paratha, chicken and vegetables.
Very reliable and quick.
Must tries: dosas,Massala Dosa,onion pakora,mutton biryani
23 July, 2012Dosa corner has a convenient location near St. 278 and 51. I have only sampled the dosa's and some of the smaller dishes, but everything has always been very tasty and the service is prompt. This place is definitely worth it for breakfast, lunch, or a light dinner.
- I spent about USD5 Per Person
Must tries: Massala Dosa
02 December, 2011We entered Dosa corner with bated breath - our first indian meal in months - BIG disappointment.
- Yorkshire Man
- Not Recommended.
- I spent about USD5 Per Person
Food tasted awful. I wanted to go home and just eat plain rice.
Best food i got from there was three yellow mango's off a guy selling outside - delicious!
Ironically we had tried to go to Mount Everest but couldn't find it. We have since found mount Everest and it is MILES better...
Management we are very sorry to hear that you had a bad dining experience at our restaurant. it would be great if you could let us know what dishes you didn't like last time so that we can see what we can improve on to make sure that if you are giving us another opportunity to be back at our restaurant, it is a better dining experience for you.09 December 2011
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28 June, 2011Dosa Corner has a central location just off Sihanouk Blvd. It is a small narrow restaurant with basic furnishings, but quite an extensive menu which specialises in dosas and other Indian veg and non veg dishes.
- Big Ben
- I spent about USD6 Per Person
The restaurant is cooled by fans and has an open front looking over to the entrance to Wat Lanka.
Food wise - I ordered the non-vegetable thali lunchtime set. This is a meat curry (chicken, mutton or fish) with 4 small vegetable accompaniments, bread and rice. I selected the mutton curry, which was very tasty although the meat was very fatty. The veg accompaniments were good - cabage with mustard seeds, grated coconut with peas and carrots, spicy mango and a potato dish. A good dollop of yoghurt on the side helped with the heat.
Service was quick and efficient - this is not a place that you would linger, but a good spot to come for a quick and tasty lunch or breakfast.
Price wise, I think $5 for a set lunch is good value and the breakfast dishes and dosas range from $1-3 dollars.
As a big fan of Indian food, I like this place as I can come on my own and taste a variety of dishes like this. Next time I will try the dosas.
Must tries: Thali, dosas