Dosa King

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 29 reviews )
+ 66-02-6511700

153/7, Sukhumvit Road, Soi -11/1 (at 35 meters inside Soi-11/1), Bangkok, Thailand, 10110

Vegetarian Indian restaurant serving both North and South Indian food. Vegan options are clearly marked on the menu. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-10:30pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, Take-out

Reviews (29)

First Review by Yashodhara

Nice south south Indian cuisine - Edit

Was a nice enough Indian restaurant to sit in. The masala papadums were good. The paper dosa and spinach masala dosa's were all up to scratch with hearty fillings.

I had the sweet minty lemonade, while a bit sugary was refreshing.

Pros: nice food, pleasant place to sit

Cons: little pricey for what it was

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Love this place - Edit

This is a great little Indian restaurant! It is fully vegetarian, and all of the items on the menu are marked with a little green V for vegan. I regularly have the dosas, uttapam, garlic naan, and samosas whenever I go and it never disappoints. It is mainly south indian so if you love dosas like I do, definitely go here!

Pros: great food, fast timing , good location

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Legit - Edit

Went here once and it was delicious. Had a dosa, it was legit. I would definitely eat here again. Plus, AC!

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excellent food - Edit

Well made South Indian dosa and iddly as well as 20 or so other vegan and veggie options. Nice staff and clean space

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way too salty, long wait - Edit

One star restaurant -- two out of the three dishes we ordered were impossible to eat due to the extreme salt levels! the roti bread was subpar. expected so much more, as we love Indian food but instead waited thirty minutes for bad food.

Pros: Good location

Cons: Wait was too long despite restaurant not being bus, Food was way too salty, Expensive for what it is

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Truly amazed! Excellent food and service. - Edit

Food was a big question in my mind when I was travelling to Bangkok, being born in India into a pure vegetarian family, I've never eaten anything animal based. It was a true blessing to find Dosa King, 100% Vegetarian. Holding true to Indian background, they don't even sell alcohol. I stayed in Bangkok for 12 days and had food at Dosa King about 8 times!
I recommend the North Food, Garlic Naan, Paneer Chilli. They also have a large variety of Vegan options.

Good place, would love to be back.

Pros: extensive menu Punjabi and south, Affordable pricing, Clean, Hygenic

Cons: Only one branch, not open in late hours

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tasty foods, nice and clean restaurant, fast service - Edit

I loved that all the vegan options were clearly marked and that they had a really nice picture of every dish.
The restaurant looked almost a bit fancy and was very nice and clean.
The food was tasty and really yummy. I paid 40 baht for an appetizer (the crispy bread with tomatoes, chili and onions and some lime juice), 150 for kidney beans with spices in a kind of tomato sauce that was delicious and 95 baht for the basmati rice. I'd call it a bit pricey but since the restaurant is nice and the food is good it's reasonable.
The service wasn't the nicest but they did a good job.
They had Wi-Fi for one hour.
I might go again but there's so many Indian vegetarian restaurants that I might also try out another one.

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Lots of vegan options and open late - Edit

Dosa King offers many clearly-marked vegan options and is open until 11PM every night. I tried the baingan bharta and a couple of dosas and enjoyed the food. It's a bit expensive relative to other options available in Bangkok but is still fairly cheap for those traveling from Canada, US, or Europe (~$4-5/meal).

Pros: Open late, Vegan-friendly, Friendly staff

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the dosas are great - Edit

I quite like this spot, I've eaten here a few times. The food is nice, the staff speak good English, get location right by Nana BTS, check it out.

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Good, tasty Indian food - Edit

Firstly, this place isn't nearly as bad as some of the comments make out. Well, not in my experience anyway.

I'd recommend the potatoes cooked in tomatoes, cumin and onions. Vegan and really tasty. Ordered medium spice last time and it nearly blew my head off, so will go for mild next time. I don't exactly have a good spice threshold though, so bear that in mind.

Easy place to get to, with entrances on both Soi 11 and 11/1. Fairly cheap, not by Bangkok standards, but way cheaper than anything back in England would be for me.

Overall I'd recommend this place if you're within 3/4 BTS stops away, but I wouldn't say you should go out of your way for it.

Pros: Tasty curries, Excellent breads, Good location

Cons: Quite a long waiting time for food

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not bad, not great - Edit

went 2 times to try out different dishes, first time I had nice food, but found it kind of overpriced considering the price of a meal in Bangkok, and the quality of the food.
second time I went I was completely dissapointed, with the service, and with the dishes I ordered this time, never went back...

Pros: open all day, open till late

Cons: not great food, overpriced

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Dosa no good for place called "Dosa King" - Edit

For a place called "Dosa King" I expect to be wowed by the dosas. I ordered two plain dosas which came with a couple of chutneys and sambar. The dosas were small and a bit too thick. The sambar was good but the coconut chutney was a joke. I'm of South Indian background so I know how this stuff should taste.

Cons: expensive

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Meh - Edit

We ate here on a recent trip due to its proximity to our hotel. We were happy to see the clearly-marked vegan options on the menu. Unfortunately the food was just OK. Given the name of the restaurant I suppose we would have been better off trying the dosas. The dishes we did try were incredibly bland. We asked for them spicy and they came out the least spicy of any Indian dish I've ever had. In fact they were almost entirely devoid of any spices at all. We mostly tasted tomato sauce. This was disappointing since we paid quite a bit by Bangkok standards. Given that there were a lot of other veg Indian restaurants nearby, I'd have to recommend trying one of those first.

Pros: vegan options

Cons: pricey, bland

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Tasty Indian dishes in the heart of Bangkok - Edit

Conveniently located near a BTS (Nana Station). No parking, I would say. When I eat there, I park at Villa Supermarket building and buy some grocery to get free parking.
Worth a try.

Pros: Easy to get to

Cons: A bit pricey, No parking

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Good Dosa a little Stingy on inner fillings - Edit

Best dosa I've tasted in Bangkok, OK you might need two if you have a big appetite but the other food is good too, if your a backpacker on a budget treat yourself, if your on a proper holiday make this a regular spot if you like Vege Indian food from both north and south

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mediocre - Edit

For a place named after the dosa, I expected my masala dosa to be bigger, better and crispier. Expensive for what it is, and I resented the mandatory 10% service charge (always wonder if the money goes to staff or management). Big plus is that vegan items are clearly marked on the menu.

Pros: vegan items indicated on menu

Cons: pricey by Bangkok standards

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Good food, a bit expensive - Edit

We have visited Dosa King a few times as a treat. The food is good and fresh and we enjoy the big selection on the menu. We have gone with friends to introduce them to this cuisine and they enjoyed the food very much.

Cons - The atmosphere feels like a "real" restaurant but the staff seems stressed out and are not friendly - very efficient and they appear to be micro managed and worried about their superiors' eyes on them. As a diner, that isn't a pleasant thing to notice. Also, it is overpriced - a dosa shoildn't be so expensive. It's just lentil flour and some onions and potatoes!

Pros: Good food, Quick service, Nice environment

Cons: Stressed out, unfriendly staff, Overpriced

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ok - Edit

Good place but very overpriced. Won't return just based on the pieces here. It's Bangkok not hongkong

Pros: good food

Cons: expensive

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