Mumbai man's 'Flying Dosa' leaves netizens hungry & divided with over 96M views!

What are your thoughts about the 'flying dosa'? Do let us know in the comments below!

No matter how good your product is, how you market it, makes all the difference! Taking a cue, Indian street vendors have been whipping up unusual dishes and offbeat ways of serving food and the efforts have definitely piqued our foodie interests. And now, there's another such vendor from Mumbai whose quirky dosa serving style is drawing in crowds from all over the city after his video went viral last week.


Flying Dosa Man with Sambar & Chutney Sidekicks

A Facebook video uploaded by 'Street Food Recipes' on the 12th of February, shows a man selling 'flying' dosas at his stall in South Mumbai's Mangaldas Market. This clip of Shree Balaji Dosa has racked up millions of views, 96M and counting, to be precise and the shop has been garnering a massive footfall, owing to it.

The 'flying dosa' technique is basically the sheer expertise of the seller, where he can be spotted seamlessly flipping his steaming hot dosas high up in the air, straight from the skillet to the customer's plate, without looking at it. During this stunt, he is assisted by another man who stands at a distance on his side, catching this South Indian snack like nobody's business.

Flying Dosa leaves netizens hungry & divided!

Social networking site users took over the comment space of the post to express their reactions, after the video went viral amid foodies from all over the country. This Rajinikanth-ish method has netizens divided- many of them are in awe of the seller's skills yet some have opposed the idea of 'playing with food' as 'disrespectful', 'unsanitary' and 'unnecessary. What are your thoughts about the 'flying dosa'? Do let us know in the comments below!

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