A Coastal Indian Cuisine at the edge of Roland Park, Carlyle Club caters neither to the Johns Hopkins undergrads or budget tourists that stay in the Quality Inn Carlyle Hotel building. Rather, it has found a loyal clientele from the lush neighborhoods just behind the Soviet-style high-rise. The solicitous waitstaff can guide you in your travels through the extensive menu. Drowsing beside the lobby of the hulking Carlyle apartments, the Carlyle Club is one of those under-the-radar restaurants embedded in North Baltimore’s older residential buildings. The long rice-lentil crepe called dosa is perhaps the best-known South Indian item among Western palates, and the Carlyle's version of the standard potato-and-pea-filled masala dosa makes a satisfying appetizer for two, the crisp crepe spilling over the plate and accompanied by a perky pair of chutneys.