What is your favourite breakfast? A plate of Eggs Benedict drenched in golden-hued hollandaise? Or perhaps Poori with steaming hot Aloo sabzi? How about a bowl of gunpowder sprinkled Idli slathered in peanut chutney? Our pick of top breakfast spots in Hyderabad offers all of these and more.
Seasonal Tastes by Westin Hyderabad has grown into well-oiled machinery that keeps humming along without missing a beat. The lunch and dinner buffet are immensely popular here; however, not many know that breakfast is possibly even better.
Impeccable Croissant and Danish, fresh fruit and vegetable juices, milkshakes and coffee - these are some of the stuff to get started with. The buffet features a whole litany of North Indian, South Indian, and continental dishes to go along with the live Dosa, Sandwich, and Eggs stations.
If you are craving to begin your day with a feast, head over to Sheraton Hyderabad. The lavish breakfast buffet features a mix of typical South Indian fare such as Idli, Vada, and Dosa along with American and European favourites such as doughnuts, waffles, and pancakes.
The breakfast buffet at the Red Fox Hotel is popular for offering a fair bit of choice without pinching your pocket. Fresh fruits, salads, and cereals are available along with a selection of South Indian, North Indian, and European dishes.
Bikanervala's breakfast buffet is vegetarian but ticks all the right boxes for anyone in the mood for North Indian breakfast. It is known for its excellent Puri Sabzi, Stuffed Parathas, Chhole Bhature, Dhokla, and Samosa. For those who can not do without a bite of South Indian fare in the morning, there is also Dosa, Idli, and Vada.
Eatmor's breakfast buffet is split almost evenly between South Indian and Continental options. The affordable buffet includes salads, cereals, breads and pastries, and a couple of live counters.
Head over to Ahobilam Food for a rustic and healthy breakfast experience packed with the goodness of millets. Ahobilam is open for breakfast through the week; however, the buffet is available only on Saturday and Sunday. On offer are millet-based Vada, Dosa, Idli, Upma and more.
Head to Cafe 115 if you are looking for a simple and nourishing breakfast that is easy on your pocket.
This cute little cafe tucked inside Oakwood Hyderabad offers unlimited Vada, Idli, Eggs, Baked treats, and Fruit juice for just a couple of 100 bucks.
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’.