Food for an international palate, Hyderabad

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    Eat Sreet: Eat Street

    by alycat Written Nov 27, 2004

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    Well ya the name of the food court is Eat street, you will find chinese, mid eastern, Mughlai, and Indian cuisine here.

    Three to four restaurants and a lot to choose, coffee shop, fast food, and the diff cuisines.

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    Ohri's Far East: Oriental pan-Asian restaurant

    by alycat Written Jul 31, 2006

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    This restaurant serves predominantly Chinese cuisine. They have Indianised the regional flavours with a lot of emphasis on seafood, thats what I noticed!!.

    Another USP of the restaurant is its ambience, not loud and sans the conventional dark holes. On the contrary, refreshing minimalist glass-topped tables with cut wood furniture that match earthy tones across the flooring. Their menu says it is designed as per the Feng Shui principles, which I guess explains the auspicious waterbed at the entrance lined on both sides with glass holding a collection of Bonsai. The restaurant also offers small private dining enclosures ideal for birthday party or a lunch kitty do.

    Favorite Dish: I had a buffet which included Malay Musman lamb curry and fried Japanese sticky rice. Check out Nasi goreng— a staple Malay meal, as also the desserts Fried milk and Great wall of chocolate.

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    Three cheers: Great food

    by alycat Written Aug 27, 2003

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    Ya thats the name of the rstaurant. Good food with no frills attached. Good service. Conviniently located in the heart of the city, makes a good stop for a relaxed meal.

    Favorite Dish: Try chinese cuisine here, but the best thing to eat here tandoori.

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    SUBWAY: Fast food

    by alycat Updated Oct 6, 2003

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    One more to the list of international chain of restaurants opening in Hyderabad. This international giant opens shop in Hyderabad.

    Subway has entered its 38th year of operation. It is the world’s largest submarine sandwich chain with restaurants located in 71 countries. Subway also claims to operate more units in the U.S. and Canada than McDonald’s does. Anyway for an hyderabadi palate anything it okay, be it american, chinese or a roadside stall, absolutely anything. We r very basic you see!!!!!

    Favorite Dish: Oh i just had the sandwiches, veg patty, but they were good. U have a choice or small 6' inch or large ones aswell. Meal for 2 persons would be less than 200 Rs., converted it makes about 5$. Call the number below for home delivery.

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    Food for an international palate: Turkish Food

    by alycat Written Jan 26, 2007

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    The Mediterranean is the first authentic Turkish restro to open in Hyderabad. Experts in different dishes from various Turkish Kebabs to Turkish Doner that is known as shawarma in Hyderabad. Get varieties of salad, delicious Turkish sweet dishes, Turkish Pizzas are some of the other new tastes that the Hyderabadis would relish in Mediterranean Cuisine.

    They have Turkish chefs and to keep the originality of the taste up to the mark, they brought the Turkish expert to construct the special stone oven for Turkish and Mediterranean dishes.

    Favorite Dish: The sweet dishes

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    Eat Sreet: Eat Street

    by alycat Written Nov 27, 2004

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    Well ya the name of the food court is Eat street, you will find chinese, mid eastern, Mughlai, and Indian cuisine here.

    Three to four restaurants and a lot to choose, coffee shop, fast food, and the diff cuisines.

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    Dominos: Hungry kya??

    by alycat Written Jan 4, 2004

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    Fast food, really fast. They claim that no one "delivers" better. Pizza's, indianised with hyderabadi delicacies, burgers, spicy tit bits and all that your mum asked u not to eat....

    Home delivery aswell.

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  • Lots of restaurants to gorge...

    by lubna-s Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Lots of restaurants to gorge some really exotic Mughalai Cuisine, but my favourites are Orchid's, Alex's Kitchen, Shadab Restaurant, Sahara Dhaba and many more.
    Orchid's is essentially a Continental restaurant, it may seem expensive to some, but is ideal for cozy dinners.
    Alex's Kitchen specializes in Chinese Food.
    Shadab Restaurant located in Old City is by far the best of them as far as tasting the authentic Mughlai dishes is concerned. Its also very reasonable.
    Sahara Dhaba at the outskirts is a popular haunt if you want to go a little far from the city on weekends, and what's more its damn cheap.

    Favorite Dish: Orchid's offers amazing array of dishes, and I like Apollo fish from here.
    At Alex's Kitchen I like the American Chopsuey, apart from the regular Chinese fare.
    Chicken Biryani at Shadab Restaurant!!!!
    Sahara dhaba is good for those who prefer a bit of veg and non-veg, tandoori chicken and butter naan are the specialities.

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    Ofen: Baked delites

    by alycat Written Jul 10, 2007

    A basket of freshly baked croissants, chocolate chip muffins and poppy seed crusted rolls. If this is not appetising enough, how about the aroma of cappuccino made from freshly ground beans and the sight of corn flake cookies on display?

    Ofen (Swiss for oven) is delectably European... is the new destination for bakes, savouries and breads that offers fresh bakes to go with coffee.

    Favorite Dish: Danish pastry, doughnuts and other sinful desserts. Check out the place for some exotic and egg less cakes, and cookies .

    Oatmeal and peanut butter cookies, biscotti and macaroons are available between Rs. 45 and Rs. 70 per kg. Don't forget latté, frappe and ginger tea. On the cards are pre-plated meals - salads, soup, baked dish and dessert, along with a terrace cafeteria, and children's play area. This is a Wi-Fi enabled restaurant, a neat option to work on your laptop as you bite into that chocolate chip cookie.

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    Yoko Sizzlers: Sizzling sizzler

    by alycat Written May 23, 2009

    You are here because you wanna have a sizzler and this place serves the best sizzlers in town. I landed up here twice in the past month, so for one it has repeat value and to that the variety, which will definitely have the same effect on you as it had on me.

    Favorite Dish: I had the Chicken shaslik the first time round, which has rice, choice of either mutton/chicken/fish, soya sauce, beans, carrotts, potato, and french fries...absolutely mindboggling. Its not spicy though, but you can request the chef to spice it up according to your tastebuds.

    Also tried the Fried chicken with pineapple, it has no rice, lots of chicken and a sweetish pineapple topping, which is thoroughly fried to give you that fulfilling feeling, leaves you scratching the sizzler bowl they serve you in!!

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  • Indijoes: Authentic continental food in the city

    by aashsihbhagya Written Apr 10, 2008

    This restaurant has changed hyderabadi's outlook on good continental cuisine......It serves an elcletic and interesting range of entrees of western european,mexican and popular american cuisines.The range of pizzas,sizzlers and pasta is really good too.The deserts are fresh n include world favourites such as blueberry cheesecake n tiramisu.......n finally,they stock an amazing collection of spirits with brands such a absolut,beefeater and greygoose etc which are very rare in hyderabad.

    Some other good continental restaurants are Zafraan Laguna,Deccan Pavillion,Little Italy and Barbecue nation.

    Favorite Dish: You should try some fresh crispy pizzas....they just melt in the mouth.

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