It was a tanwyee’s treat & was supposed to be somewhere else.However the first one being yet not open for the day she proposed to kill the time at this one. Had already heard about their innovative experimental dosas, & me being an out & out dosa lover immediately agreed to the idea.
Location wise it was quite easy to find. From Deshapriya park crossing walk towards southern avenue, right beside ‘Zeeshan’ you’ll find this outlet. A repurposed old residential building, if I’m not wrong, this seems a bit out of place that a south indian restaurant operates from some of the rooms. The air conditioned seating area seats around twenty five people.
Coming to the food we ordered the following items. Tried to order their mutton delicacies, which unfortunately weren’t available.
1. Button Idli Chicken Curry:
We started the meal with this one. Small mini idlis & chunks of chicken immersed in a bowl of what seemed to be a variation of sambar Dal. However on tasting we found out although the curry leaves dominated the curry, it’s far more spicier & oilier & undoubtedly tastier than regular saambar. The chicken pieces were bland to one of our friend’s taste, I however found them quite soft & juicy & the curry gravy quite enjoyable with the button idlis.
2. Chicken Cheese Masala Dosa:
The next item to arrive at the table was a Chicken Cheese Masala Dosa. Well it was not as super sized as some south indian restaurants usually serve, but still was adequate for a single person. The filling comprised of mashed potato , veggies & minced chicken meat blended together along with generous amount of cheese. Generally other joints use grated cheese between the dosa & the filling, but here we found thin noodles of cheese inside, & it was quite fun trying to bite the dosa in a pizza style.
3. Egg Mushroom Cheese Butter Masala Dosa:
To say the truth I didn’t have anything in mind & ordered the highest priced dosa under the ‘egg dosa’ section , & thank God that I did. Coz unanimously this one was declared best of the lot. The button mushrooms covered in semi fried gooey eggs, the melting cheese all wrapped in a masala dosa which was fried in butter, it just had to be delicious. All of us liked this finger licking good item.
All in all this has to be the best south indian food I had lately. Of course that has something to do with my love for poultry, egg , mushroom & cheese. Really loved the idea of giving this non veg twist to the usual veg items. One more thing the dosas were so tasty, we just didn’t touch the accompanying sambars & chutneys.
Will definitely visit again & recommend to my friends.
Till then happy eating,
PS. The total bill came to be 390 rs which is quite pocket friendly if not dirt cheap. Surely another good reason to pay them a visit.