-By Swati Sucharita
La-Sani is recommendable if you are a die-hard fan of Hyderabadi cuisine. Don't go for the regular menu with the ordinary Indian fare. Ask for the "special" menu and you'll be informed that on weekends, subject to prior order, you may indulge in Doodh ki Biryani or Gud ki Biryani. Both of which are must-have items if you're a biryani freak. The Shikampuri Kebabs are crisp on the outside and soft and melting below the crust. The Dilruba Gosht and Hare Jhinge (shrimps cooked in a delicious paste of spinach) are worth a mention. The kebab section has a huge array on offer Chicken Malai Kebab and Pyaaz ke Dulme deserve a special mention. Panner Tikka Mirchiwala, Dal Makhanwala, Lasooni Palak, Jungle Maas, Grilled Chicken and Chingri Malai Curry are other dishes you can check out. However, do remember to leave behind all your concerns about calorie and fat content at home!
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even after living in the city for long time, i never had been to this place..... la-sani is really a nice place where you can have some authentic hyderabadi fares...i had doodh ki biryani, shikampuri kebabs and chicken malai kebab....kebabs were crisp yet soft...they were really nice to have...also, biryani was awesome....service and ambiance were average for me...
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