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nibbling down Sullivan Street

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nibbling down Sullivan Street

akiko | Aug 19, 2002 01:25 PM

Iron Frank - thank you for posting about the Dosa Cart at Washington Square Park by Sullivan street. We started our lunch on Saturday there where we shared a Pondicherry Dosa and a Rava Dosa. They were both great! But I especially liked that Rava Dosa, I'd never had one before and his really thin light rice crepe reminded me of the mochi things that you can sometimes find at okonomiyaki places in Japan (monja). And the veggie stir fry filling is great, perfectly spicy with the chili slices, and so light, light, light.

The bonus there is that the guy is so friendly. The way he serves you and explains the food, now that is service that is worthy of four stars.

We then meandered our way down between Spring and Broome intending to go to the Yogurt place but stopped in to go to Sullivan Street Bakery. I'd never been there before. Has anyone else tried their flatbread pizza's? The Pomodoro was calling my name and at $1.75, I had to try a piece. It was sooo good. Crunchy chewy crust with a perfectly tomatoey tart topping...

and then we finally made it to the yogurt, oooh, it really is amazing, to my taste, it was better than ice cream! And of course since we were there, we had to have a spinach pie and a piece of her custard pastry :)
Amazing, all of it.

Akiko

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