In keeping with its USP of a modern twist, and bringing back Indian cuisine in-vogue, Farzi Café’s Nizami food festival is here with a new spin on Hyderabad’s favourite dishes. A dal cappuccino, Maghaz tarts, Haleem Risotto and Irani Chai Brulee are just some of the fun (and yum) surprises on the menu.
The 2-day pop-up of Odia-Bengali staples in an all organic format is definitely worth a visit.
This weekend Hyderabad gets to savour the best of Southwest coastal cuisine from Karavalli, one of Taj Group’s most iconic resturants from Taj Gateway Hotel, Bangalore.
This Navratri, Taj Krishna has a treat in store for diners at Firdaus with an authentic Gujarati Food Festival in collaboration with Gujarat Tourism.
Savour some of the best crab recipes from across Asia right here in Hyderabad at Mekong – Marigold Hotel
It’s the ultimate recreation of culinary history on your plate as Taj Krishna recreates the iconic Independence Day menu served at Taj Mahal Palace Mumbai in 1947.
In celebration of Telangana Formation Day, Westin Mindspace is hosting a Telangana Food Week till 8 June. Which means there’s no better time than now to sample the many flavours of India’s youngest State.
Savour the royal flavours of Nawabi cuisine from the royal kitchens of Lucknow.
The ongoing Marwari food festival at Feast, Sheraton Hyderabad lives up to its tagline of ‘Authentically Royal, Traditionally Loyal’.
ITC Kakatiya Hyderabad brings to the table unique flavours of Mappila cuisine with its Thalaserry Food Festival at Deccan Pavilion.
Here’s a chance to learn to make your dumplings and eat them too at Golden Dragon’s Sparkling Yumcha Sunday lunch.
What happens when Tuscany, Trident’s fine dining Italian restaurant feels gastronomically neighbourly? French cuisine makes a fashionable debut on its menu and Hyderabad gets treated to Rome Meets Paris!