This mutton briyani set comes served with mutton meat on briyani rice and mutton curry. On the sides are a serving of achar, some papadums, boiled egg and a bowl of dalcha.
The mutton meat is soft and tender, nice flavourings without any gamey tastes. Likewise for its curry, spicy and nicely flavoured. The briyani rice itself is firm and flavourful with a light hint of spiciness.
As for the sides, the papadum is thin, crispy and flavourful. The achar, too, has nice fresh limey flavours. The bowl of dalcha is just like a lighter vegetables curry gravy and tastes rather nice too.
This is quite an enjoyable meal. I like it.
Besides mutton, chicken meat and chicken curry is served as well. This chicken briyani set comes with the same dishes, with the mutton meat replaced by a chicken drumstick, which is soft and tender with nice flavours. Achar is missing for this as it was sold out.
This chicken briyani set is rather likeable too. Thumbs up.
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