To taste a dosa, South India's version of the crepe, is to fall in love with its seductively sour, tangy flavor and airy, crisp texture. Gluten-free, dairy-free and fermented, dosas are fun to eat and addictively delicious. It’s a food so perfect the Huffington Post recognized it as one of “10 Foods to Try Before You Die” and CNN put it on its list of "World's 50 Best Foods." Dosa is eaten by millions of South Indians every day, and Vermonters have been catching dosa fever since Dosa Kitchen landed in Brattleboro in 2014. Dosa Kitchen’s dosas are served with a rotating cast of traditional curries—the classic Masala Dosa and Chicken Curry—and chutneys as well as playful offerings including the Scrambled Egg All-Day Breakfast Dosa, Nutty Falafel Dosa, Masala Sauerkraut Dosa, Maple Dosa, and the one and only Dosa Dog. The entire menu is gluten-free and GMO-free, many ingredients are organic, the meat is humanely raised, and vegetarian and vegan options are always on offer.