Late night hunger pangs troubling you? Hyderabad has you covered. From the all-night Dosa stalls to Mandi houses and Biryani joints, Hyderabad will spoil you with options for satiating your midnight night cravings. Today, we are exploring the most lavish midnight buffet options across the city.
Lemon Tree Premiere's Citrus Cafe offers an affordable midnight buffet on Friday and Saturday featuring comfort food such as Curd Rice and flavoured Rice along with Biryani and over 20 other dishes.
Deccan Pavilion at ITC Kakatiya lays out a midnight buffet to welcome the weekend. It is the perfect spot to grab something substantial after partying and drinking on a Friday or Saturday night. The highlight of the buffet is the aromatic Kakatiya Biryani; however, it also features Haleem, Roasted Meats, and more.
Ask anyone in the city to recommend a midnight buffet, and they are most likely to say Hotel GreenPark. The Hyderabadi buffet is legendary and draws large crowds through the week. Highlights of the buffet are Haleem, Paaya, and Biryani along with live counters dishing out vegetarian and non-vegetarian Dosa.
The midnight buffet at Melange is exactly what you would expect from Golconda Hotel. A 'dil se Hyderabadi' spread featuring Paaya, Haleem, and Biryani. You would also find a couple of appetisers from the Tandoor along with another familiar buffet fare such as Tandoori Roti, Butter Naan, and Noodles.
Eatmor, which occupies the ground floor of the same premise as Ohri's Banjara Hotel, is amongst the handful of casual dines that offer buffet through the day. The midnight buffet here starts at 12:00 AM and starts winding up post 3 o' clock. The midnight buffet is dominated by Hyderabadi favourites such as Paaya, Mandi, and Biryani.
Pallab De is a techie who arrived in Hyderabad towards the beginning of the decade and fell in love with the city’s vibrant and rich culinary legacy. He has been blogging for over a decade and a half, and, shares his food-related musings under the moniker of ‘Hyderabad Food Guy’.