Sigmund Freud was the first psychologist to correctly theorize that vegetarianism was simply an expression of our unconscious desire to invent the word "tofurky." Give in to meatless dreams with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of South Indian vegetarian fare at Chutney Swamy in Mississauga.
Chutney Swamy kicks up tasty spice clouds with a wide-ranging menu of South Indian fare. Chefs roll up more than 60 variations of dosa, a crisp crepe served with chutney and sambar. House specialty dosas include the cheese-garlic dosa ($8.25) and the ultra spicy mirch-masala dosa ($9.95) that erupts with tongue-torching red chilies and 15 herbs and spices. Over a dozen kinds of uthappam, a rice-and-lentil-stuffed pancake that is South India's answer to the pizza, arrives on tables complete with mild vegetables ($8.45) and in spicier circles, such as the gun powder uthappam ($9.25). A kid's menu inspires young vegetarianism better than giant-beanstalk treehouses with the chocolate dosa ($5.95) and rocket-shaped rocket dosa ($5.25). Diners can cool off palates with sweet meal-cappers that include Indian desserts and mango-flavoured ice cream ($2.95).