Deori, the specialty Indian restaurant at Hyatt Gachibowli is back with an amazing makeover. Go local is the main draw – right from the impressive décor, accents sourced and created by Hyderabadi artists, to Indian home-style cuisine.
Its chilled out vibe, amazing ambience and live band is a big draw for all age groups. Add to that good food, a hot pair of wheels and your Sunday is sorted. Go Ciclo!
Just as the word Tatva in Sanskrit means ‘reality’ or ‘truth’, this restaurant lives up to its name by giving us a reality check on why it’s attractive to be vegetarian. Ghaas phoos will win you over.
Chennai’s hip wheeling and mealing café just rolled into Jubilee Hills with its pedal and griddle.
Joining the Saturday brunch trend is Trident’s multi-cuisine restaurant Amara, but with a fun twist – the element of surprise!
So it’s the new year, a harbinger of novel experiences, and in the Hyderabad dining scene, an updated and rejuvenating culinary treat at Deccan Pavilion. How’s that for a delish start to 2017.
Dhaba by Claridges brings to Hyderabad its iconic north Indian highway cuisine and more.
Onam sadya at Simply South was a feast fit for King Mahabali as well as his minions.
After successfully leaving its enticing pug marks across India and the globe, Punjab Grill makes its presence felt in Jubilee Hills.
The latest to join the bbq bandwagon is Ohri’s Sahib’s Barbeque, but with a unique local twist – Hyderabadi Dawat Har Roz!
Living up to its nomenclature, Mamagoto is encouraging lunchtime diners to experiment with their tastebuds and create their unique flavours.
Jonathan’s Kitchen at Holiday Inn Express & Suites just made the end of the weekend a lot more fun with its new Sunday Brunch set menu.