For some odd reason, Biryanis have become a big thing on the East Coast lately.
From Massachusetts to Georgia and perhaps even beyond, it seems like every other day a Biryani place is opening up in one city or the other on the Eastern seaboard.
In Edison, New Jersey, the two well-known Biryani places are the hole-in-the-wall Dakshin Express and Paradise Biryani Pointe, a larger operation with multiple branches.
Having tried Egg Biryanis at both places recently, SI’s verdict is that Dakshin Express’ biryani (below left) is nonpareil, good enough to be served to Gods while the Paradise Biryani Pointe’s biryani (below right) is unfit to be served even to dogs.
Words are so inadequate when it comes to expressing the divine flavor, the exquisite aroma and the orgasmic joy that comes from eating Dakshin Express’ Egg Biryani. 🙂
Au contraire, we feel like puking when we think of Paradise Biryani Pointe’s awful biryani and the spoiled gravy that accompanied it. 🙁
Hey, you can read the complete review of Dakshin Express here and Paradise Biryani Pointe Edison on this page.
If you guys happen to be in the Oak Tree Road area in Edison, NJ, we strongly recommend you stop by for the Dakshin Express Biryani.
By the way, Dakshin Express’ dine-in price for the Egg Biryani is $8 while the Paradise Biryani Pointe takeout price for the same biryani is $11.99!
It’s one of those rare instances in life where you pay less and get far superior quality.
Folks, Dakshin Express is the real deal. Paradise Biryani Pointe is a disgrace, an impostor that must be shunned.
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Dakshin Express Edison NJ Review – Heavenly, Orgasmic, Sooper Biryani from an Ugly Shithole
Paradise Biryani Pointe Edison – Horrible Biryani, Spoiled Gravy, Poor Service
Since they give 4 eggs in Paradise as against 2 in Dakshin, looks like they compromised on quality!
And what is that watery side dish thingy in that Paradise briyani pic? Don’t tell me it is raita.
1) Paradise Biryani Pointe Egg Biryani included just two eggs (cut into four slices).
2) Unfortunately, it is a very watery Raita in the Paradise picture.