Delhi eatery is offering Rs 71,000 for finishing 10-feet-long dosa in just 40 minutes

New Delhi | Feb 2, 2022: A Delhi eatery, Swami Shakti Sagar at Uttam Nagar, has introduced a unique challenge for all foodies.


The restaurant is offering Rs 71,000 prize money to those who can finish 10-feet-long dosa in just 40 minutes.

Shekhar Kumar, owner of the Swami Shakti Sagar restaurant said, "10-feet-long dosa challenge is running at our restaurant. If one person finishes the Dosa all by themselves in 40 minutes, we offer a check of prize money of 71,000 rupees."

"We used to make small dosas earlier. Everyone starts from small. Then I thought of making a bit big dosa. Thinking of if we make big dosa then it will be a big challenge and more customers would come.

That is why I asked to make big Tawa which on which we can make big dosa so that people come for the challenge," said Kumar. Kumar added that a 5-feet, 6-feet and 8-feet griddle (tawa) is common, so he thought of something even bigger, which would be different.

"I thought of making something different. So, I went to the place where tawas are made and I asked them to make 10-feet long tawa. My tawa is 10 feet 4 inches. It takes 7-8 mins for making the 10-feet long dosa if the Tawa is hot. It has just been a month since we have started the challenge.

Till now 25-26 people have taken up this challenge. No one has won this challenge so far. We are receiving calls from everywhere. The main thing for us is we focus on the quality of the dosa as we focus on the quantity of it. So we keep that in mind," he said.

"I thought of making something different. So, I went to the place where tawas are made and I asked them to make 10-feet long tawa. My tawa is 10 feet 4 inches. It takes 7-8 mins for making the 10-feet long dosa if the Tawa is hot. It has just been a month since we have started the challenge.

Till now 25-26 people have taken up this challenge. No one has won this challenge so far. We are receiving calls from everywhere. The main thing for us is we focus on the quality of the dosa as we focus on the quantity of it. So we keep that in mind," he said.

- Times Of India

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