Dosa Calling, a south Indian vegetarian outlet, has had be wanting to get there for a long time, and when the wife and me were both hungry and it was right across the road on which we were driving, we obviously could not resist it!
Wife is not a great eater, which means that between the two of us, we ordered only 3 dosas and 1 vada, of which I ate two dosas and the vada, so the review is limited to these foods!
The oriental dosa which I ordered was nothing to boast about, but a decent dish by any standards-tasty, filling and hint of home food. The regular masala dosa that the wife ordered, but just that- a regular masala dosa, again, tasty, filling and a hint of home food! But one dish where you do not want the hint of home food is in a paper roast, you really want it crisp and crunchy, but DC (as this joint promotes itself) went a tad further and made it like a home dosa, soft, soggy with no hint of anything near crisp paper, and I made sure I wrote it down on their feed back form!Prices are pocket friendly but the special stuffing dosas are slightly on the higher side, but not exorbitant!
Service was prompt and attentive and the decor very good. The place is slightly off from the usual Chennai food joints, located at Kilpauk and the their outlet in Nelson Manickam Road has been shut due to some problem, so its time for them to expand and do it soon!
Dosa Calling is located in Kilpauk, near the OLD UMA THEATRE. Another branch opened up on Nelson Manickam Road, but has been temporarily shut.