Me and my friends came to Dilli Haat looking for something unusual to try and we zeroed in on the Assam Food Stall for its Assamese fish curry and rice.
To be honest, nothing else on the menu fit our description of 'unusual': most of it was North Indian and Chinese cuisine.
There was only one guy taking all the orders and serving all the food. He asked us repeatedly whether we really do want the Assamese fish curry. He said it would be tangy, and not spicy at all. He was a little apprehensive about us not liking it, but we assured him that we do want the real stuff.
Now I'm not a big fan of fish. But that curry was really something else. :')
I liked it so much, I took a second and third helping of the curry - it didn't even taste fishy!
The Assamese fish thali came with a dish of mashed potatoes (and some other dishes) that tasted just like your typical parantha filling - it was interesting to eat.
Me and my friend loved the chicken thukpa too - it's one of my standard favourites from Dilli Haat.
I'm totally earmarking the Assamese Food Stall as a great place for great thukpa and I definitely intend to try the Assamese chicken thali next time ;)
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