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Fast casual Indian restaurant, Madras Dosa Co., will open in the Seaport

Diners will find over 30 different types of dosas on the menu.

Masala Dosa at Madras Dosa Co.
Masala Dosa at Madras Dosa Co. Courtesy of Madras Dosa Co.

The team behind a popular South Indian restaurant chain is opening a new fast casual spot in the Seaport — and it’s all about dosas.

Madras Dosa Co. will make its Seaport debut in June, opening at 55 Boston Wharf Road. The owners — Babu Koganti, Teja Chekuri, Sruthi Chowdary, and Uday Reddy — have already found success with two other South Indian restaurants: Godavari, a chain with more than 30 locations in the United States and Canada; and Khiladi, a New York City restaurant emphasizing street market dishes.

Gold Dosa at Madras Dosa Co
Gold Dosa at Madras Dosa Co. – Courtesy of Madras Dosa Co.

True to its name, Madras Dosa Co.’s menu will focus primarily on dosas, a thin, South Indian crepe made with fermented rice and lentil batter. Guests will be able to customize their dosa fillings with both sweet and savory options, including spicy potatoes, chicken, paneer, samosas, lamb, chocolate chips, mango, and ice cream. Vegetarian and meat canteen sandwiches will also be available, along with idli — rice cakes served with a choice of sambar, paneer, beef, and other vegetarian and meat options. Chaat dishes will feature pani puri, aloo tikki, dahi puri, and more, and there will be a couple of rice pilaf options to choose from.

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Drinks and desserts have also made their way onto Madras Dosa’s menu, with classics like mango lassi, masala chai, Thums Up cola, and rasmali, which are small discs made of cottage cheese that are cooked in sugar and soaked in spiced milk.

When it opens, Madras Dosa Co. will operate from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily and will offer takeout and delivery as well as indoor seating and outdoor seating along Boston Wharf Road.

Stay tuned for an official opening date by following Madras Dosa Co. on Instagram at @madrasdosaco.

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