Live Dosa - Review

Review of Live Dosa

We at the community hub we were asked to enjoy the culinary delights of Live Dosa, located opposite the bus station in the centre of Chelmsford city.

As soon as you arrive you are greeted by friendly and enthusiastic staff, who, whether you have dined here before, you are treated like a regular.



It is a family run restaurant and their passion for the food and the whole dining experience they want to create for you, is obvious from the beginning.

Our food was a mixture of fantastic and authentic dishes, which sets it apart from the usual Indian restaurants and takeaways. Don’t expect a Chicken Tikka Masala or Standard Lamb rogan Josh, this will challenge our perception of the usually Indian Fayre.



We throughly enjoyed our food, the ambience and the experience of dining at Live Dosa, the food was seasoned to perfection, not too spicy and the use of all the spices to make the food taste exquisite was masterful.

We were so impressed we recommend Live Dosa, as a wild Card choice for your office get together or family party. It is stepping outside of the box and testing your tastebuds, both of which will culminate in a wonderful evening and fantastic food.


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