Feeling peckish during sightseeing – have a masala dosa

Some of the most popular sightseeing places in India are big in size. This means that you will have to do a lot of walking around. For example, let’s take the grounds of Delhi’s Red Fort for instance or the Raj Ghat (memorial to Mahatma Gandhi); they are big and you will have to do a lot of walking. Undoubtedly, some of us will get hungry and would like take a little break. I certainly start feeling peckish after all that walking around. What do you in such a situation? Why not take a break and have a cup of Indian tea and something to eat before you go to your next destination. In fact, it might be good thing to take a mini break for a moment to take it all in. The great thing about India is that you don’t have to go very far to find a street food stall or even a small restaurant – most of the time, it’s usually round the corner. Just feel free to take a look at their menu.

Raj Ghat Complex (Memorial to Mahatma Gandhi)
Raj Ghat Complex (Memorial to Mahatma Gandhi). You have to do a bit of walking to get to the memorial.

Some of the most popular dishes will certainly be on the menu. One such dish is the popular South Indian dish the “Masala Dosa”. I suggest you try this dish (here’s a list of top 10 dishes to try when in India). It’s light and will certainly keep hunger away till lunch or dinner time where you can explore other Indian foods in more detail. Made of stuffed potatoes and other vegetables and served with coconut chutney and sambar (lentils and vegetables added to it), the masala dosa makes a decent snack or a meal if you have more than one whichever way you look at it.

Masala Dosa
Masala Dosa I had a few days back at the restaurant in the Raj Ghat Memorial complex

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