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Five Dock
Dosa Hub - Five Dock
Dosa Hub - Five Dock Menu

Dosa Hub - Five Dock

Indian, Southeast Asian

Dishes priced aroundA$16

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Browse the menu highlights at Dosa Hub - Five Dock and explore the popular dishes people are craving! From starters to something sweet, take a look at what’s in store when you book a table at Dosa Hub - Five Dock. Besides the flavours, you can even check out the prices at this popular spot. Mmmm, we're getting hungry already...

Menu highlights


Baby Corn Fritters

Crisp and tender baby corn from the garden coated with tongue tickling flavour of batter mixed with spices then deep- fried.

Paneer Tikka

Tandoori barbequed chunks of cottage cheese marinated with yoghurt and traditional spices served on sizzler with mint sauce

Amritsari Fish

Delicious crispy fried fish fillets in Amritsar are famous all across the country. boneless fish coated in a spiced gram flour batter and deep-fried till the outside is crunchy and inside is soft and melt in the mouth. Sprinkled with a generous amount of chaat masala

Bakarā Chops

Juicy tender goat chops, marinated in the chef’s special spices, cooked slowly in a tandoor and dusted with tingly masala, transports you in to a realm of oral pleasure. served with mint sauce



Ras Malai

Relish the sweet and soft paneer balls cooked in sugar syrup, immersed in chilled creamy milk and dressed with crunchy dry fruits. the taste lingers long after you reach home

Carrot Halwa

Thinly grated fresh carrots, slow-cooked on a low flame, garnished with lightly fried cashew nuts, a dessert to beat all that you’ve ever tasted!

Double ka Meeta

Double roti in hyderabadi means bread. fresh bread cooked in creamy milk along with rich dry fruits and light spices and desi ghee topped with khoya

Gulab Jamun

Gulab jamuns have got their name from the fact that they are jamun (an Indian fruit) shaped, round, and usually soaked in a rosewater scented syrup. Essentially, deep fried balls made of milk powder, flour, butter and cream or milk, and then soaked in sugar syrup



Dal Tadka

Yellow dal cooked to perfection on a low flame. the lightly spiced tadka, makes it deliciously edible

Chettinad Vegetables

Vegetable medley preparation evolved from the chettinadu province of the India - an amalgamation of sharp Indian spices cooked in tomato and onion sauce spiked with coconut

Paneer Butter Masala

Spicy thick gravy made with pieces of paneer mixed in a buttery sauce of tomatoes, onion paste and lots of spices. a mouth-watering recipe of delight!

Palak Paneer

Soft paneer (cottage cheese) cubes cooked in a smooth spinach curry along with cumin, ginger, garlic and onions and finished with a fresh cream or butter


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