-By Swati Sucharita
This is one place which makes a complete glutton out of any foodie sold on snacks and mithai, especially the North Indian kind. Be it the huge Raj Kachori (filled with an amazing chaat, along with dahi and chutneys), Chole Bhature (their spicy chole is the real McCoy), Aloo Tikki, Paani Puri, Dahi Papdi, Kachori-Sabzi, Paneer Pakoda, etc. There are other options too, like North Indian thalis, as well as more substantial fare like Kadhi-Chawal and Roomali Roti-Hyderabadi Chaap (yes, made with soya nuggets)! etc, and there are south Indian snacks like dosa, idli too, but we wouldn't want to wager a bet on them. Coming to sweets, there are dry fruit and kalakand burfis, with about 75 varieties, including premium versions such as Anjeer Chikki, Kaju Gujjiya, Pista Launj, Kashmiri Burfi etc. There are besan and Gond ke Laddoos, with huge sized versions called Shahi Besan ki Laddoo, etc. Then there are the Bengali chenna (paneer)-based and other milk-based perishable sweets, with classics such as Kancha Golar Sandesh, Gur Rasmalai, Natun Guler Sandesh, Mishti Doi, etc, as well as more commonplace stuff like Malai Chop, Raskadam, rasgulla etc. Dried snacks like mathris, mini samosas, kachoris, etc are also available, as well as dhokla varieties. They also have a restaurant upstairs, which offers a multi-cuisine vegetarian lunch and dinner buffet, which is nothing spectacular.
Review posted within last 6 month
One of the best Veg restaurants in Hyd. All the dishes are very tasty & i just love the salads...I normally take all my outside city guests here for tasty food. I have gone many times & wud love to visit again.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Paneer Tikka
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