Ever since the government has eased down the lockdown restrictions in Hyderabad and have allowed restaurants and bars to reopen, people are all set to keep the fear of going out aside and head to their favourite spot in town!
With unlock process going on, popular restaurants are now ready to welcome diners once again with all the important safety measures in place. So for everyone, who waited with so much of patience, here is a consolidated list of all the popular restaurants in Hyderabad that are finally open for dining-in.
This warm and inviting all day dining restaurant, serves a thoughtfully curated menu of dishes from around the world. They serve lavish buffets, exclusive selections in the a la carte menu and a relaxed pace of life will greet the visitor at the Golconda Pavilion. The famous Hyderabadi biryani is here in all its glory.
Must-haves: Finger Millet and Almond Meal Pancake, Stuffed Paratha, Tempura Tempest, Smoked Tomato and Bell Pepper Puree.
Cost for two: ₹ 2000
Our team of enthusiastic folks have brought the stellar true North Indian culinary experience for your taste and visual delight.
Dhaba1986 is famous for its North Indian Food, the team of enthusiastic folks have a perfect taste and spice level. The Chicken served here is very tender, and little Spicy too. This place serves authentic North Indian food. One should definitely order Bhatinda chicken curry, which is Spicy Curry with Chicken Leg Pieces, so tender and delicious! Even The Rarha Gosht served here is super tasty. If you're looking for North Indian food in Hyderabad, then Dhaba 1986 is the best place to have mouth-watering food!
Must-haves: Anaarkali, Meerut ki Shikanji, Veg Platter, Mutton Roghan Josh, Rarha Gosht
Cost for two: ₹ 1100
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Trident, Hyderabad’s Amara, which means 'eternal' in the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, is as fresh and timeless as the cuisine it serves. Right from the regional dishes of Hyderabad to flavours from the Far East and the Mediterranean, Amara is the most ideal place for a business lunch or a leisurely family dinner. This restaurant features a copper-decorated show kitchen with a rotisol oven, the restaurant serves an extensive buffet as well as an a la carte menu. They have both a-la-carte and buffet option which gives this place double brownie points.
Specialties include the Rotisserie roast chicken, Cochin sea bass, amara chicken tikka, Italian pastas, pizzas and risottos, sandwiches and burgers, all topped off with a melt-in-the-mouth chocolate Belgian mousse, crème caramel or khubani ka meetha.
Must-haves: Tawa Murgh Lehsooni, Shammi Shikhampuri, Tangra Chili Chicken, Assorted Caesar Salads, Hyderabad Dum Biryani.
Cost for two: ₹ 2600
Anyone will fall in love with this lake-view restaurant for its amazing cocktails and sangria that makes anyone’s brunch beyond good. They serve delicious dishes like wood-fired pizza, live pasta counter, and grills, where your taste buds can go for a ride.
We call dibs on their egg selections like Egg Florentine, Egg Benedict, and the creamy scrambled egg — you cannot miss these.
Must-haves: Egg Florentine, Egg Benedict, Roasted Beetroot & Feta Salad, Bacon & Pork Belly, Mezze Board
Cost for two: ₹ 2500
Soda Bottle Opener Wala in Hyderabad is an all-day casual dining café serving Parsi and Bombay inspired Indian Food. This place has a full bar setup and the signature cocktails here are a must try. This is one of the very few restaurants in town where haleem is served throughout the year.
This restaurant also has veg haleem apart from the Mutton haleem on their regular menu.
Must-haves: Green Bean Salad, Palak Patta Pakoda Chaat, Crispy Corn Bhel, Parsi Mutton Masala Roast, Mutton Berry Pulao
Cost for two: ₹ 1400
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Hashi in Jubilee Hills is mostly described by subtle pink and grey colour. As soon as you will enter the restaurant, you'll notice an open sushi bar, bijou seating area, and minimalistic decor. Savour the drifting aroma and go through the menu which consists of mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies.
While you're there, if you start a conversation with Nishita and Sandeep, who run the place. They'll be happy to suggest the best on the menu.
This place serves an assorted dim sum basket that comes with 12 pieces of dim sums that include broccoli and water chestnut, spinach and cheese, corn and zucchini, crunchy vegetable.
Must-haves: Broccoli and White Fungus Salad, Avocado Smoked Cheese Nigiri and Asparagus Tempura Uramak, Massaman Curry with Jasmine Rice.
Cost for two: ₹ 1000
Have you gotten a thing for seafood? Then, you must head to the Special Rayalaseema Seafood thali that comes with prawns, fish along with other regional delicacies like ragi sangati, jonna rotte and thali regulars like dal, sambar, rice, and curries. They also serve other thalis like veg and non-veg that comes with verities like mutton, chicken, kheema etc.
Must-haves: Tomato Dhaniyala Shorba, Vulligadda Pakodi, Kadai Paneer, Mamsam Pulusu, Special Rayalaseema Seafood Thali.
Cost for two: ₹ 800
Simran Saluja is an in-house creative writer currently working with EazyDiner. She is a food enthusiast, dog lover and travel buff. She loves to explore new cuisines and places. Simran being an extrovert loves talking around with people and sharing her stories and experiences. Apart from writing, she loves watching Netflix.
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