|Shredded Tofu Go Salad|
|Grass-fed Steak and Not Rice|
|Grilled Chicken and The Roots|
Aside from bowls, dinnertime avails Dosa Waffles not offered at lunchtime. A chewy, toasty crackerbread is a combination of sugar and waffle cones but nary a hint of sweetness. Top it with Russ & Daughters' supple Norwegian smoked salmon and a thick lemony yogurt "shmear", or go heartier with hand-pulled bbq steak bolstered with tomato chutney. They are said to be pushing more into dinner territory, their website flaunting Moong Dal flatbreads that appear to incorporate an entire meal. But for the time, everything is served in compostible paper bowls with disposable plastic utensils, so it doesn't really feel like a dinner destination. Plus, there's no liquor license (another aspect they are working on). They are, however, expanding with other locations, and hoping to get the infrastructure down for a more dinner-friendly experience, so keep an eye out.
|(Don't laugh. It's pudding.)|
Inday's philosophy: "Good Karma Served Daily", which is literally written on the wall. I mean, with the added bonus of circulating good energy into the universe and a potentially favorable afterlife, Inday is pretty much a win-win.
(at 26th St)