The Cheese Masala Dosa (Rs. 550) was crispy, and had a savoury potato filling in the middle, along with quite a bit of mozzarella. It tasted good with the spicy red coconut chutney, well-curried up chickpeas and milky dal curry.
The Poori Set (Rs. 150) included two pooris, and the same chickpea curry, red coconut chutney, and potato keema. We have no complaints about the pooris; they were crispy and fresh, but the potato keema lacked the depth of flavour. It was quite dry in texture too.
The usual saivar kadey setting can be seen here, with ceramic-topped tables and steel chairs. Pretty basic, but gets the job done.
In terms of service, it was all right. They can get a bit confused when handling a big order, so you might have to repeat it a couple of times.
Balaji Dosa can certainly work on their flavours, but if you're looking for some budget-friendly, South Indian-style meals in the area, this serves as an option.
The Colombo branch of Balaji Dosa.
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