Help raise money for childhood cancer research by eating a multi-course Indian feast.
Newtown's Delhi 'O' Delhi is serving up a feel-good feast for your stomach and your conscience this Wednesday, March 17, with its Good Korma dinner. The multi-course meal is filled with the best offerings the Erskineville Road restaurant has to offer and will set you back $69 per person, with 50 percent of ticket sales being donated to The Kids' Cancer Project.
On the menu for the night, you'll find mutton mince parcels and fried prawns with Kashmiri chilli for entree; chicken korma, diced garlic lamb and lentils as your mains; avocado raita, kumbh pulao and cheese naan for sides; and, finally, coconut and saffron panna cotta for dessert.
A vegetarian menu is also available, which includes a kofta korma with potatoes and cottage cheese dumplings, and cauliflower florets with fenugreek and mustard seeds.
The Kids' Cancer Project helps to fund childhood cancer research, and has raised over $50 million for the cause over the past 27 years.
Good Korma has various reservations available between 5.30–10pm.