Hitech City people, are you in a constant dilemma on what to eat and where to go after work? Then we got just the problem sorted for you. Right from fusion food to regular nibbles, these cafes and restaurants of Hitech City are sure to delight the foodie in you. So, let’s get the plans with your friends and family rolling!
An Old City favourite is the biryani at Hotel Shadab, Ghansi Bazar. Their biryani has remained consistent over the years and their mutton one is the best. They also serve a vast spread of Hyderabadi dishes during their breakfast consisting of paya, nihari, bheja fry, palak gurdha and Munshi Naan.
Maa Ooru Biryani in Kukatpally is doing tremendous work in the way they are serving biryani. The food here is served on fresh banana leaves and the cutlery is also made from leaves, which gives the place a rural atmosphere and ambience. The Chicken Donne Biryani served here is one of the best donne biryanis available in Hyderabad. They cook the biryani slowly with Jeera Sambha Rice, mint, and a whole lot of spices. Also, there's more than just biryani here so don't just take our word for it.
A visit to Hyderabad is incomplete without having an Irani chai at Nimrah Café. The Café over the years has seen the classic shots of people posing with their cup with Charminar in the background. This is one of the most iconic thing to do. One of the favourite pastime of the city is sipping on cups of Irani chai and also dunking an Osmania biscuit in them. Nimrah Café also makes amazing khara tea biscuit.
As evening approaches, the streets of Sindhi Colony come to life with hungry folks rushing to get their dose of street food. Whether you’re looking for pizzas, kulfi, and chocolate dipped paan, there is a little something for everyone here. Are you planning to do a food crawl with your friends? Go for their iconic pizzas at Pizza Den or start with dabeli at Chachaji Wadapav. For pan lovers there is Dimmy's Pan Palace and their must try is Chocolate Laddu Pan.
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A popular hangout for tech folks and residents of Hitech City, the street opposite of DLF, Gachibowli is a treasure with abundant food stalls. One must visit here any time post 9 pm, and you’ll find it super crowded. Hustlers are always crowding in this food street with food more than enough on one’s plate. Go and get dragged into stalls with dishes like shawarma, french fries, rice bowls, and more. There's AM-PM Maggi Point, Momos Delight that serves Momo Burgers & Kurkure Momos, tacos truck, and so much more.
Being one of the oldest restaurants in Hyderabad, Ohri’s Gufaa is a cave-themed place with dim lighting, and waiters here are dressed in a hunter’s outfit. If you’ve ever thought what it feels like dining in a cave, like in the Stone Age, head to this place in Basheer Bagh and go back to the times when tribal painted stone walls and lived in jungles. The seating here is made from bamboo, and you can also find wall hangings of tribal people on the walls, the lighting is soothing and just enough for you to know what you’re eating. This place play 90s music that brings about a certain air of nostalgia. Do not forget to order Dudhiya Kabab, Patthar Ke Gosht, Mutanjan Biryani, and Biryani Gufaa Khas.
Where to find: Ohri’s Gufaa
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Are you keen to see a little bit of Goa in Hyderabad? Then 84 Anjuna Shack is where you must go with your group. This place is been done in a laidback ambiance with a seating that comprises basic bamboo chairs. As you move ahead, you will also see a flea market with apparel, jewellery, chappal, etc. If you are in the mood for waffles, pasta, this shack has a little something for every food lover. But I would totally recommend the Spicy Goan Wings, which are juicy and finger-licking good. Also, you cannot miss out on the Goan thalis like Goan Fish Thali which comes with Fish Rawa Fry, Goan Fish Curry, and steam rice. If you are a pork lover, then Goan Pork Thali with Pork Vindaloo, steam rice, kadhi is a must-have. End your meal with Bebinca and go home happily.
Where to find: 84 Anjuna Shack, Kondapur, Hyderabad
Lunch & Dinner Buffet
Globe Grub Hyderabad is one of the finest restaurants offering buffet dinner in Hyderabad. It is mostly a preferred choice because it serves a variety of cuisines and is placed in Gachibowli and it is their first venture in Hyderabad. With its beautiful ambience and to-die-for dishes in the buffet dinner menu, Globe grub is worth every single penny that goes out of your pocket when you have food here. The restaurant offers both Lunch & Dinner buffet on all days of the week.
Where to find: The Globe Grub, Gachibowli, Hyderabad
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Dhaba1986 is one of the famous place for North Indian Food. Everything served here has perfect taste and spice level. The Chicken served here is very tender, being a little spicy. My favourite among the dishes on the menu is Bhatinda chicken curry. It is Spicy Curry with Chicken Leg Pieces, so tender and Scrumptious! Also, The Rarha Gosht is super delicious. If you're looking for delicious North Indian food in Hyderabad, then Dhabha 1986 is the best place to have amazing food.
Where to find: Maalgaadi By Dhaba - Estd 1986 Delhi, Kondapur, Hyderabad
Simran Saluja is an in-house creative writer currently working with EazyDiner. She is a food enthusiast, dog lover and travel buff. She loves to explore new cuisines and places. Simran being an extrovert loves talking around with people and sharing her stories and experiences. Apart from writing, she loves watching Netflix.
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