Alternative Sunday Lunch on offer in Jesmond for those looking for something new

Dosa Kitchen offers up a tasty alternative to a carvery.

If you’re finally bored of English Sunday Lunches or just fancy a bit of a break, Dosa Kitchen might just have you covered.

The South Indian restaurant on Osborne Road offers a Sunday Sappad Feast- a traditional feast.

Sapaad translates to ‘meal’ in Tamil and the dish covers the six ayurvedic tastes- sweet, sour, salty, bitter, pungent and astringent- accompanied by rice and dosa.

Vegetarians can enjoy two starters and three mains for £15.99 whilst meat eaters will pay £16.99.

Co-owner, Sudharsan Murugavel, said: “Dosa Kitchen has years of experience in bringing the very best Indian flavours to Newcastle, and we hope diners will choose us as an exciting alternative to their typical Sunday dinners.

“Our epic Sapaad feast has the potential for so many different combinations of

flavours and tastes, especially as we change the dishes each Sunday.

“We can’t wait for diners to experiment and learn when they come to Dosa Kitchen, and we’re sure no one will leave feeling hungry.”

Tables can be booked online now at

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