The experience in Epicuria is Worthwhile. The ambience is spectacular. And food at Karim's, heavenly. Praise about the korma remains unharmed. We ordered the boneless version, the exquisite and traditional taste healed our wounds caused by the biryani (you will know soon why). I would be a hypocrite if I say that it wasn't oily. Traditional korma remains oily and full of flavors. We had a blast of flavors in our first bite, and I will suggest that you "must have" the chicken korma.
Karim's. A Dhaba est. 1913, by a cook who cooked for the mughals & George V, everyone needs a bite?
What Did I Like?
What Could Be Better?
Biryani remains generic, and I think, you can get better biryani easily. It had all the required spices, though some were in huge amounts, we could feel peppercorns and cardamom in every second bite, and at some time it became really irritating.
What's My Pro Tip?
Conclusion - You should avoid going if your only plan is to have biryani. Despite disappointed by the biryani, the korma is a must have.