This quaint strip-mall eatery out west in Sunrise serves regional South Indian cuisine with a flair for curries and chutneys and an assortment of starches with which to sop it all up. And it's all vegetarian - yup, no meat whatsoever. There's vada, fried lentil doughnuts dipped in sambar or rasam; bonda dumplings made of lentil or potato; uthappam pancakes topped with chilies and potatoes; and massive dosai - rolled-up crepes larger than your forearm and stuffed with all sorts of delicious veggies. All this is to say nothing of an excellent range of curries and pullavs -- fragrant and liberally spiced -- and freshly made flatbreads like naan and paratha. And best of all, no single dish on Woodlands Vegetarian's menu will set you back more than $8.
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