The gelato. I knew deep in my heart that the Bravo Gelato at Miss Cordelia's would be in tubs in the freezer with the ice cream and frozen desserts. I knew it. Even still, I had a dream that they would have a small 6 flavor glass gelato case with the gelato nestled in the pans at an 8 degree slant. I dreamt that this case, imported from Italy, would be in the deli area by the cakes. It was just a dream. The gelato in fact does come in small sized tubs and Miss C's has three flavors at the moment: chocolate, pistachio and strawberry. I bought the pistachio and W O W it is really very nice; creamy and dense and packed full of flavor. I have no idea what the actual size of the tub is as the only information on it is Bravo Gelato and the flavor but I would guess it's about 16 oz and it's $6.99 with tax. Verdict: Worth it!
India Fest was packed:
As people walked in they were greeted by ladies in sarees who offered to place a bindi on ladies' foreheads. I of course accepted this and a squiggly little adhesive bindi was applied between my eyebrows. Fun! We looked through all of the jewelry and clothes for sale and I am impressed with my resolve as I did not succumb to the siren song of the baubles, beautiful though they were. After circling through the more than 20 food vendors, Mayuri and India Palace among them, we finally settled on one. We ate delicious spicy chicken stew and chicken roast (not roast chicken) with chapati bread and basmati rice followed by a very tasty mango ice cream. It was thick like frozen custard and we both really liked it. Gelato and mango ice cream in one day. Well! We wandered into the movie/entertainment room but we were there in between shows so we didn't get to see anything unfortunately. I'll go back next year for sure as there was much more to do and see than we did in our 2 hours there.