Unlike most dosa joints, this restaurant is massive. Spread across three levels, Juggernaut’s got a dining hall on one floor, a terrace on another and a lobby aka store on yet another. The menu is a mix of dosas, uthappams and authentic veggie curries.
Head To This Colourful Restaurant For Crisp Dosas & Comforting Rasam
What Makes It Awesome
South Indian food is easily in our top ten indulgences. Having said that, we’re also used to cramped little joints churning out delicious sambar and thalis. Juggernaut brings us a stunning ambience paired with great food, presented on pretty plates for pretty much the affordable prices we’re used to.
The first floor is the main dining area, where the walls are covered with colourful paintings from the South. We tried the Paneer Dosa, which comes sitting on dark teal crockery accompanied by a bowl of sambhar, coconut chutney, mint chutney and tomato chutney. The portions are just right and the taste is on point. What really impressed us surprisingly was the onion pakora, which is fried to perfection and are served with karipatta and coconut chutney. The Podi Ghee Idli is another winning dish.
For dessert, there’s the usual payasam, coconut barfi, ice cream and jalebis. They weren’t available on our visit, but we intend to go back to try the anaar (conical) dosas very soon.
What Could Be Better
Honestly, nothing. Their staff is good, we cannot complain about their food, portions or the price. But we do wish they'd open branches across Delhi NCR for people who can't make the trek all the way to Kailash Colony.
Juggernaut’s bound to win you over. What’s more, you can buy goodies for home too. Choose from murukku, banana chips, cookies, cheese straws, organic honey, south Indian coffee and even incense sticks and sandalwood powder.