A samosa is a savory pastry pocket known in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, as well as in Latin America (in places it is not called an empanada). Its fillings can include potatoes, cheese, lentils, and lamb. One of the most impressive samosa dishes is the samosa chaat served in Indian restaurants, For this specialty, crunchy samosa dumplings, still warm, are partially smashed up at the bottom of the serving dish and topped with cool yogurt and sweet chutney that make every mouthful festive.

Restaurants With This Dish

Royal Guard Fish & Chips & More


Taj Aiken


Ithaca Farmers Market


Bollywood Zaika


Namaste Indian Street Food



What do you think of Samosas?

Latest Articles & Guides

Where to Eat Breakfast in Pittsburgh | Roadfood Bests

Breakfast in Pittsburgh is especially wonderful It is one of the nation's great breakfast...

Multi-meat BBQ meal
Road Trip: Phoenix to the Grand Canyon | Roadfood Bests

Arizona Road Trip! This three day Roadfood Adventure from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon,...

Roadfood Adventures: Scottsdale to Bisbee, Arizona

Scottsdale to Bisbee, Arizona Roadfood Adventures are not just quests for great food...

Seattle’s Best Hidden Gem Restaurants | Roadfood Bests

Maybe because it is such a coffee Mecca, Seattle also happens to be one of the nation's best...

Roadfood Adventures: Winter Park to Miami, Florida

From Orlando and Winter Park down the east coast of Florida to Miami is a journey of...

Roadfood Adventures: Selma to Montgomery, Alabama

Sweet Home Alabama! from Selma – Queen City of the Blackbelt – to Montgomery -- the Heart...


Connect with us #Roadfood