We like to go to Little India for our dinners.Ã‚Â There is the Ananda Bahwan and Madras Woodlands which we go to rather frequently.Ã‚Â Recently,Ã‚Â we notice this stall with huge potsÃ‚Â doing brisk business.Ã‚Â So, we checked out the palace two nights ago.
There is noÃ‚Â stall, no display glass window, no proper name, no proper seating except for a little shop with sparse furnishing.Ã‚Â So, I will just put the little bill with the address here.
You only have two choices.Ã‚Â Briyani or white rice serves with dalca (a kind of vegetarian curry). This is the lamb curry with briyani.Ã‚Â The rice made me sweat buckets eventhough it is not spicy.Ã‚Â Must be the pepper.
A thick curry withÃ‚Â vegetable like green banana, carrots, potatoes and green chillies.Ã‚Â First time I eat green banana cooked in curry.Ã‚Â Nice.
Normally, I neither like briyani nor dalca (one being too rich, the other too bland) but I find the curries and rice at this place, called Dalca Corner tasty and palatable.
The owners are Hindus and hence, there is no beef.Ã‚Â Only chicken and mutton.Ã‚Â Both of the meats are cooked till very soft and flavourful. Ã‚Â No wonder the place is packed eventhough the pots are placed along the five foot way.Ã‚Â Compare to all those nasi kandar chains, this place is way better.