This place is so speacial.It looks so great,with an outdoor ambience on the terrace with water falls and ponds and fishes.there is also an indoor section.The ambience itself is worth a visit.The food is good too.They have cover charges on weekends.
Favorite Dish: The food is great here.Just go and try anything.Also dont miss the Indian mouth fresherners after you have had your meal.They leave them at the exit area just outside the lift!!
This place is a mock jungle with fake animals that even make noises sometimes!Children will just love the ambience.Waiters are dressed as hunters and the whole experience is great.The food is good too,but the portions are small compared to what you would usually get in India.
Favorite Dish: The starters are great.by and large all their items are good.
This is a no frills place in Mozamjahi market.The location itself is like a must visit for first time visitors.It is situated in the legendary fruit market called Mozamjahi market.
Favorite Dish: You get icecreams made of seasonal fruits.Just go and take your pick.The prices are reasonable and so you could very well end up trying more than a few flavours!so have a light dinner/lunch and then take a drive here!
These are small food joints which are clean and serve superb biriyani both veg and non-veg..there are located at several places in the city.they are well known for take away food.some outlets have dine in facility.food is hygenically prepared and packed.
Favorite Dish: Biriyani,double ka meetha,
This place is a group of food joints that cater a whole range of food,from south Indian,North Indian,local,chinese,italian and fast food.
The ambience is simple,yet great because it is overlooking the Hussain sagar lake.There is a lot of place for children to run around,it also has an adjoining kids' play area and fun park.
Favorite Dish: The dosas,the Indian food,Pizzas,Chaat items -- almost everything here!
Diwali is synonymous with 'mithai' or sweets. Diwali is also the time for family reunions, lighted diyas, colourful rangoli, vibrant apparels, and mouth-watering sweets - all symbolic of the happy occasion.
Favorite Dish: Moti Choor Ladoo: The most famous of all Indian sweets. Round in shape, made of besan and consisting of cardamom, pistaschio, and a touch of saffron. One of the famous sweet during this Festive of lights
This place serves exotic teas.They also sell tea powder and tea making equipment.It is worth going here for a tea ceremony,that would leave you relaxed and would also do wonders for your health.
Favorite Dish: Jade tea here is superb and great for your health
This place serves Indian, Italian, (Limited) Chinese and Mexican food. The place tends to get noisy on weekends with so many families crowding here. The food is very good and fresh. The service is quick enough.
Recommend the sizzlers here. The paratas are a bit overstuffed and they do not have chinese noodles, they have only very few items in chinese.
Favorite Dish: Italian sizzler, Mexican Sizzler, Tandoori roti, teekha sabz handi
This place has one of the best ambience.you can sit facing the Hussain sagar lake that is right in the centre of the twin cities.It is an upmarket place and has multicuisine food.You get Indian,Chinese,Thai and also other fusion food.There are cover charges here.
Favorite Dish: Thai salad.
This place has an amazing range of food.They have Mexican,Italian,Indian(south and North),chaat,icecreams,milkshakes,pastries --- and all are of great quality and taste.
the kitchens are clean and the service is quick.
Favorite Dish: Everything here is great
great place for dosas, idlis and traditional south indian/ adnhra food... also have a selection of north indian and chinese dishes, but i wouldnt reccomend that you come all the way to eat north ind cuisine!
good food, but sometimes there can be a bit of a wait to get in.
This is an ethnically designed rustic looking place. Seats just about 30 people or so. Very tasty food based on whole millets and traditional recipes
Favorite Dish: Protein dosa/ tomato chutney, date payasam/kheer, multi grain millet roti, mango dal and kodo millet pulihora
Okay here is the thing, its basic food, in a basic hotel, basic facilities, places which are not listed in any tourist guide, nobody reviews them nor do they top the best hotel or best food category listing held every year, which no one can vouch for the authenticity anyway.
These are small and amazing restros round town, could be a huge place as well, which serve some terrific non-veg food. You either have to have a taste of them since childhood or you must be a distant cousin of Ian Wright to try them out. They serve the most authentic Hydro food you would have ever eaten!
Favorite Dish: Arbab Hotel, Toli Chowki Crossroads - Nahari (bone soup) paya, and zabaan (goat tongue) eaten with sheermal (bread).
Bismillah/Alhumdulilah Hotels in Nampally - Beef and chicken biryani, and beef kebabs as well.
Arabian Shewarma - Near Badi masjid (mosque) Mallepally
Biryani, Nahari and pretty much most of the stuff at Sohail Hotel, Malakpet.
This is a chain of ice cream parlours from Bombay, now in Hyderabad. There are outlets in Sri Nagar Colony very near Ratna Deep super market and also in Begumpet main Road opposite Ashok Bhoopal Chambers.
The ice creams are made with real fruits and dry fruits, no chemicals are used. The crowds in the shops will vouch for the superior quality and taste of the ice creams here.
Favorite Dish: The tender coconut ice cream is to die for.
Jack fruit, Kala jamoon, Mango, sitaphal etc are some of the top favorites here.
You can get a cone ice cream for Rs. 40/ single scoop
Plenty of greenery eating is a huge glass gazzebo at the Hunters Roost. Good food on SP road.
Favorite Dish: Spcl Biriyani