The Cotton Candy Burrito filled with ice cream at Doughmaha

A new restaurant has opened inside Towne West Square called Doughmaha and they are home to the cotton candy burrito.

Technically, they are home to more than just that. Doughmaha is two restaurant concepts in one. They specialize in Greek foods and desserts.

4600 W Kellogg Dr., Wichita, KS 67209

Monday – Thursday: 11am – 7pm
Friday – Saturday: 11am – 8pm
Sunday: Noon – 6pm

Cash/Card Accepted

It’s quite the eclectic menu at Doughmaha as they serve giant pizza slices, walking tacos, gyros, cookie dough, ice cream and what I came specifically for, the cotton candy burrito.

While the number of options may seem like a lot and all over the board, I don’t necessarily think it’s a bad thing. With the limited food choices inside Towne West, this at least gives people more to choose from.

Before dessert, though, I wanted to grab some substance so I went with the gyro. They had a chicken version or a combo of a lamb and beef mixture. I went with the latter.

The gyro was alright. For quick, mall-style foods it was decent, but if you compare it to some others around town, it’d probably rank a little lower on the scale. There wasn’t much I could taste in terms of seasonings or spices, it all felt very basic and at times lackluster if I wasn’t using the yogurt sauce that accompanied the gyro. This wasn’t a bad gyro, but it also wasn’t all that memorable.


Then there was the cotton candy burrito. This sugar rush combination of cotton candy, ice cream, and toppings like fruity pebbles cereal and marshmallows was insane.

Doughmaha Cotton Candy Burrito

Coming in at $10.50, don’t make the same mistake I did and order it alone. This requires 3-4 people at minimum; 10 if you can only take so much sugar. Also, this required a fork as picking it up was not an option as the ice cream disintegrated the cotton candy when I tried to lift it.

I’m not much into cotton candy, marshmallows or really intense sugary treats, so this wasn’t exactly up my alley. This was ordered simply because I thought people may be interested to learn about it, as I’ve never seen this around town at a restaurant.

Sidenote: I left my daughter out of this review as I didn’t want her to do a sugar-filled reenactment of the Exorcist and have her scaling the walls and ceilings of her bedroom by hand.

….and that is Doughmaha.

Here’s their menu.




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