Samosa Houses’s Unique Veggie Burger

Every time I find myself even remotely near Culver City, I make sure to swing by the best Indian restaurant in town–Samosa House.  Recently I had a meeting on the west side so I stopped in to try their veggie burger which has been making the rounds on the blogosphere lately.  Like most Samosa House patrons, I always opt for the combo platter and pay little attention to the other menu items.  I am so happy that Quarrygirl ventured off the beaten path to bring this little gem to our attention, because it is insanely delicious.

The burger tastes like an Indian version of a Big Mac–and I mean that in the best possible way.  It’s not a giant gourmet veggie burger like you might get at Flore or M Cafe.  It’s similar to a more pedestrian burger in size and texture.  The patty is made of potatoes and whole cashews and is slathered with a crunchy peanut concoction as well as onions, tomatoes, and spices.  There are so many layers of flavor.  I simply cannot recommend this burger enough.  If you are driving down Washington Boulevard anytime soon, you must stop in and pick one up.  And at $3.99 a pop, it shant break the bank!

Samosa House
11510 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90066


10 responses to “Samosa Houses’s Unique Veggie Burger

  1. i want one NOW. i am soooo glad you enjoyed it. totally LA’s best kept vegan burger secret, right?!

  2. You know I’ve heard of the place. I’ve been wanting to give it a try. I don’t go by the area too often, but I’ll definitely venture there the next I travel that direction. Which I’m hoping will be soon. ;-D

  3. Is all that greenery cilantro? 😦

  4. A potato-cashew patty? Yum!

  5. That looks amazing! Too bad I’m on the opposite side of the country 😦

  6. SO cheap! I may have to try this.

  7. That looks amazing! I’ll have to try to get over there to try one.

  8. This looks delicious. Great tasty photo!

  9. Just found your blog! I love it 🙂 I’m Beth btw.
    Oh my LORDY. Meow, sexiest burger I’ve laid my eyes on in quite some time… but then I am easy whenever one can describe something as being “slathered” with a “peanut concoction”.


  10. I agree this burger is great! I go here maybe three times per month, and I get the burger every time. Even if I only eat half, it holds up amazingly well in the fridge!

    BTW, this place was PACKED last night. Line almost out the door. I couldn’t believe it.

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