“Sorry, not at lunch time.”
Curses. Yet another place that completely gives in to the supposed Japanese demand for the native short-grain, sticky rice. If JIMC complains about this too much, it’s because we hope to promote the use of basmati enough that you, dear reader, make it a point to ask for it everywhere you go. You wouldn’t put raw fish on sticky Thai rice and call it sushi, would you? Basmati is the only way.
All in all Dharmasagara offers a quality lunch set, which like many South Indian meals doesn’t leave one as bloated as a heavy North Indian or Nepalese lunch might. Its curries, arguably the most important element, are fragrant and delicious even at lunchtime. If only they’d offer basmati rice, I’d be able to give them very high marks indeed amongst the various lunch options in town. Go give them a try, and while you’re at it ask for basmati rice. You may not get it now, but if enough customers do the same we might actually make a change to theirs and other menus. Power to the people!