Any misgivings about the 50 rupees price tag are quickly abandoned once this baby is carried cross the restaurant to your table! The batter is soft but crispy BUT doesn't crackle under pressure. He is flecked with tomato and is made fresh every time.
No re-heating worries here!!
He comes with his friends who are well proportioned too! His best friend, the mighty Sambar arrives in a stylish gravy urn dispenser and is as steamy and brothy as you could hope. That's not to overlook the faithful standbys coconut chatney and the third one (I could never remember his name) tastiest of all with a red complexion!!
This was the first thing I ordered in this restaurant after a good recommendation. It then became like Groundhog Day as this would be the only thing I could think of ordering thereafter!! I would be highly disturbed if Dwaraka hotel's high culinary standards were to fade, but for now at least they definately take the hotly contested and hot'n'tasty Namaste Londoner Best Dosa award...... Yum