India Today - - SIMPLY GUJARATI -

In 1996, Sankalp made it to the Guin­ness Book of World Records for mak­ing a crisp 30-feet long dosa and in 2014 it broke its own record by mak­ing a 52-feet long dosa. The restau­rant has earned an iconic sta­tus, with reg­u­lars troop­ing in for the past 37 years to dig into some of the best South In­dian fare. It has grown from a small eatery at Ashram Road to a brand with over 150 restau­rants around the world and a suc­cess­ful ready-to-cook food busi­ness. The menu is ex­ten­sive with its own in­no­va­tions added to

the reg­u­lar fare. If you like some spice, go for the spicy Chet­ti­nad idli, or the nil­giri idli flavoured with mint. They even have a Chen­nai pizza uthappa. Try their sig­na­ture four feet long dosa if you’re in a group and can eat that much.

AT Plot No 3, Sankalp House, near Ra­j­path Club, SG Road

TEL 26861999

DANESH JASSAWALA Pho­to­graph by

FOOD FOR THOUGHT Gemma Ferre Martinez, co-owner and chef, The Phi­los­o­phy Club (left); Try their cashew masala lassi (above)

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