South Indian Food

Here’s How I Cooked a Plateful of Andhra Murgh Pakote in Only 20 Minutes

Posted on: 6th Mar, 2017

Good news for meat and seafood lovers in Hyderabad! Now high-quality packaged meat, seafood and pickles are available at our doorsteps in the city. A good range of ready-to-cook chicken, lamb, goat, fish and prawn, available in marinated and non-marinated choices, is a great relief to bachelors like me and working couples who find it […]

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Taulia Naan, Jauzi Halwa, Sikandari Tangri Kebab are Highlights of This Nawabi Restaurant in Hyderabad

Posted on: 31st Jul, 2016

Sahib’s Barbeque under the umbrella of Ohri, one of the new restaurants in Hyderabad, proved to be a dark horse in competition with the restaurants at Hitech City and Madhapur. It is one of the few places where interior, ambience, menu, pricing, food and service are in harmony with each other. Dining at this new […]

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House of Dosas: Abhiram Mitta’s Journey of Passion for Food from Kadapa to Hyderabad

Posted on: 24th Jul, 2016

Dosa is one of the few things that Hyderabad is famous for. House of Dosas is one of the few places where dosa is the best in the city. Though a small eatery which may go unnoticed if you are a first-time visitor, House of Dosas has made its presence felt on the culinary landscape […]

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VIA RD 2: Newest Food Hub Offering Variety of Quality Food at Economical Prices

Posted on: 10th Jul, 2016

This monsoon is a blessing for Hyderabad and a bliss for foodies. The city welcomed VIA RD 2, the latest food hub, to its culinary landscape. Via Rd 2 is a promising hub of multiple restaurants including Vengamamba Tiffins, Pondy Parottas, Vaishnavi Foods, Ahobilam Foods, Sardarji’s Dhaba, Drunken Monkey, Hazzel Ice Cream Café, Wok This […]

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My First Food Walk around Charminar is a Discovery of Stories in Old City Hyderabad

Posted on: 2nd Jun, 2016

If there is god in every stone, if there is poetry in every nook of nature, then there is a story in every lane and alley. That is what I realized during a recent food walk around the Charminar in Old City Hyderabad. My first ever food walk in the City of Nizams was no […]

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United Kitchens of India’s Jashn-e-Hyderabad Food Festival is Simply Unmissable

Posted on: 1st Jun, 2016

United Kitchens of India is one of the few Hyderabad restaurants delighting foodies to their stomachs’ content with back-to-back food festivals. Following the success of Bengali food festival in April, UKI is up with Jashn-e-Hyderabad, an absolute gastronomic euphoria for Hyderabadis on the occasion of Telangana Formation Day’s second anniversary. What is the most special […]

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Review: Firdaus Biryani is an Altogether Different Experience without Mirch Ka Salan

Posted on: 6th Dec, 2015

When I shifted to Hyderabad in 2013, I got to know that the city of Nizams is synonymous with two things: Charminar and Biryani. Hyderabadi biryani was the very first thing I tasted at a Bawarchi outlet near Jubilee Hills. Since then my biryani exploration drive has been on the go across the city. It […]

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Coastal Thali Food Festival at Taj Deccan Offers Good Bengali Food in Hyderabad

Posted on: 4th Nov, 2015

Taj Deccan Hyderabad is celebrating the diversity of coastal cuisines of Indian Peninsula from Kathiawar in Gujarat to Kolaghat in Bengal through Karwar, Konkani, Chettinad and Malvani in South India, making it a big opportunity for the cosmopolitan populace of Hyderabad City to explore the culinary varieties of India’s coastal regions this festive season. I […]

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Review: Onam Sadya & Kerala Food Fest at Madras Café, Hyderabad

Posted on: 28th Aug, 2015

“There is no sincere love than the love of food,” says George Bernard Shaw. I remembered this famous quote on food by one of my favorite British dramatists, during the Kerala Food Festival at Madras Café & Co in Hitech City, Hyderabad. Neidhi Kumar from and Chetan Chhabra from The Network Bug organized a […]

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Review: Chettinad Cuisine ‘Flavors of Tamil Nadu’ Food Festival at Taj Banjara Hyderabad

Posted on: 22nd Aug, 2015

With food festivals at the Taj Hotels in Hyderabad, I have been exploring the cuisines of different South Indian regions, which I would otherwise have remained unaware of. Though South Indian cuisines have a few things in common, for instance, the use of fresh ground spices, they are different in their cultural evolution. Yesterday, I […]

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