Divine Dosa & Biryani
Great Indian food can be found throughout Las Vegas, but is noticeably under-represented on the Stip. No worries. The Divine Dosa is happy to fill the void with naan, biryani, kabobs, and other savory dishes. As the name suggests, the restaurant makes a killer dosa. The rice and lentil crepe comes in more than 30 varieties, including a four-foot version for groups to rip apart, dip in curry, and share. Balance out anything on the spicy Inferno menu with a glass of mango lassi, a thick fruit and yogurt drink. The Divine Dosa (owned and operated by the team behind Mint, possibly the best Indian restaurant in Las Vegas), changes identities and turns into D&B After Dark, an after-hours ghost kitchen for dogs and burgers from 10 pm to 4 am.
How to order: The Divine Dosa has a contactless menu for in-house ordering and an online menu for takeaway and delivery orders. If you're looking for food from D&B, just show up drunk and tell 'em what you want.
The Divine Dosa, which opened right before the pandemic in late 2019, provides a rare opportunity to enjoy Indian food on the Strip—just steps away from The Wynn, Resorts World, and the Las Vegas Convention Center. As the name suggests, dosa is the signature dish with more than 30 varieties on the menu. The savory crepe (made from a rice and lentil batter) is available in a four-foot version, cooked on a custom-designed griddle for large parties to pick apart and share. Dip it in sauces like lentil curry or red garlic chutney. Fortunately, Divine Dosa doesn't rely on gimmicks—owners Kris and Bindi Parikh even flew chef Lok to India to source a variety of recipes and made sure he worked with home cooks to learn homestyle curries and indigenous methods of cooking. The biryani is prepared Hyderabadi-style, combining rice with chicken, lamb, or goat in a heat-filled recipe.
How to order: Pull up a contactless menu while in the restaurant or order online for pickup and delivery.