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Ulavacharu is a name familiar to most diners in Hyderabad. The widely loved Jubilee Hills outlet has been a trend-setter and is credited with single-handedly putting dishes such as 'Bangla Kodi' and 'Raju Gadi Kodi Pulao' on Hyderabad’s culinary map. The Gachibowli outlet is relatively newer, but the food selection is identical. The dining area, whose décor is inspired by traditional Andhra homes, features multiple PDRs of varying sizes that are perfect for corporate lunches. One of the best ways to get introduced to Ulavacharu fare is to try one of their lunch thalis. The 'Seema Thali' and 'Samudra Thali' are my personal picks. Ulavacharu is named after a horse gram soup popular in Andhra. If you are interested in tasting this distinctive ingredient, you can relish it as a condiment with cream and steamed rice or opt for the signature 'Ulavacharu Biryani'. Pick the Gachibowli outlet, if you have a low heat tolerance. Although some of the dishes still pack a punch, the kitchen here keeps the heat levels lower to cater to the more diverse demographic of Gachibowli.