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   Can you visualize a meal without piece of meat at the center of the plate? You can come to DOSA GRILL and expedite your tasting buds with pure vegetarian cuisine
    So who is vegetarian most widely accepted vegetarians is that “A vegetarian is a person who eats no meat, fish or poultry\\\".

There are three major categories which are
Lacto Ovo Vegetarian
A lacto vegetarian diet excludes meat, fish and poultry but includes dairy products and eggs
Lacto Vegetarian
A lacto vegetarian diet excludes meat, fish as well as foods containing by products of these ingredients, however a lacto vegetarian does eat dairy products such as milk, yougurt, and cheese
A vegan is vegetarian who avoids eating or using all animal products including meat, fish, poultry eggs and dairy products, wool silk, fur, leather, and food non food items made with animal by products

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Dosa Grill Head north on Route 27 from Princeton and you have your pick of any number of hole-in-the-wall, strip mall Indian eateries with specialties from many regions of that vast country. My favorite ó and I am not alone in this regard ó is Dosa Grill near Cozzens Lane in North Brunswick. The setting is utilitarian, but bright and well kept. Despite being restricted to South Indian vegetarian fare, the menu here is quite varied, with categories for biryanis and other rice specialties, vegetable curries, various uthappam (rice pancakes), and, of course, dosas. I love these huge, fermented crepes, whether filled with potatoes, vegetables, or cheese. Even my husband, who isnít a fan of Indian food, dines happy at Dosa Grill. Meals are incredible bargains here, chief among them the dinner thali, a veritable feast for $11. It is anchored by three vegetable stews of the day, plus two kinds of Indian bread, two rice preparations, chutneys, sambar, a modest dessert, and Madras coffee. The place is almost always packed, especially by Indian families. Nevertheless, service is polite ó and patient with the uninitiated who ask a lot of questions. One note: no alcohol is allowed on premises. Dosa Grill, which just celebrated its eighth anniversary on Sunday, May 3, is the brainchild of Murugan Perumalsamy, 32, who trained at hotel school back in his native land. He has since taken as partner the restaurantís lead chef, Suresh Ayyappan. Dosa Grill, 1980 Route 27, North Brunswick, 732-422-6800,

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