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    Masala Dosa Has Different Costs Around The World

    Saravana Bhavan is one of the world’s largest chains of vegetarian restaurants. It has 33 branches in India and over 47 in another dozen countries, including Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the United States, and the Middle East. Its wide popularity has ensured that the chain does not need to advertise. With such a wide reach, it has become a barometer for south Indian vegetarian cuisine. One of its most famous dishes is the masala dosa. But this dish now popular throughout the world has a different cost across the chain’s worldwide locations.

    Here’s the list of what a masala dosa costs from New York to New Delhi.

    The most expensive dosa is in New York among the cities we considered, followed by Frankfurt, and London. Restaurants are more expensive in western Europe than in the United States on average, because of a stronger euro, but the masala dosa at Sarvana is among the exceptions.

    Comparing prices for a single food item is one of the tools for economists seeking to check if currencies are at the right exchange levels. This is based on the theory of purchasing-power parity that says that in the long run currency exchange rates should evolve in a way that prices of identical goods and services are equalized in any two countries. A famous example of such a tool is the Economist’s Big Mac index that compares the price of a Big Mac burger in 48 countries.

    As for masala dosa or any other type of dosa the difficult part is laboriously making the batter, but now with companies like Rishta bringing in readymade dosa batter, the task of making masala dosa in your home is no longer a troublesome matter.

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