Recently, this author came across a strange press release about dosas. It’s not that our South Indian dishes don’t make headlines, they do. What was strange was that this was on a blog about start ups in Washington,
D.C. A few link sharing hours later, a few of my friends and I sat dreaming of the breakfast to come – it was around three o clock in the morning. It was the first time we had a real hunger for our very own south Indian cuisine – Idlies, Vadas, Dosas, Khara Bath, Kesari Bath and so many other dishes. People on the other side of the world were enjoying dosas made by an NRI, describing it to each other as like, “crepes,” being ordered by the politicians who work at The White House.
And here I am, minutes away from the most authentic selection of South Indian breakfast food, made with South Indian ingredients by Residing Indians. And that’s exactly what you’ll get at Juice Junction, where we have your favourites on the menu, as tasty as the local cuisine is famous for, served hot and fresh anytime you order.
If you look at the Idli, at first you just see a breakfast dish. Looking closer, you find it a nice accompaniment with Vada. What about immersing the idli wholly into a bowl of sambar? And it isn’t just breakfast! It makes as the perfect snack en route, something to fill your stomach before a night out, that perfect evening companion – whatever you need. People
crush their idlis in sambar before eating it like upma. How would you prefer your idli?
Or may be you’d like the Rava Variation?
And let’s not forget their ever popular sidekick, the vada!
And where do we even begin with dosas? We have so many varieties and they
all seem to be equally popular. Our dosa maestro is certainly obliging of
the vast menu!
Or the ones that go with sagghu?
We have many others, drop by and see if you can find a new dosa you like!
And you definitely can’t go wrong with a Khara Bath. Or even a Kesari
Bath. Or together – the Chow Chow (Both) (Bahaut) Bath 😀
And it doesn’t end there. Drop by to taste our akki rotis, pakodas and
staples of South Indian food.