Craving biryani? Well us too! It's rather a redundant question, no? So if you're like me, and my family, who loves biryani and kebab like Kanye loves Kanye, then Biryani 2Home should be on speed dial. Offering a limited (seemingly!) menu, this home kitchen has all sorts of biryani and kebabs. Yes, vegetarian too, and if you're going to mock veg biryani, don't, I'm an inclusive person. #SpreadLove...and biryani!
They have Nizam of Hyderabad's chicken dum biryani and a mixed vegetable version, Mughlai Boneless chicken biryani, Mughlai Chicken Drumstick Biryani and a paneer tikka option for vegetarians. We ordered the family pack of the chicken dum and vegetarian dum, as well as the Mughlai Boneless one. The Nizam Of Hyderabad was clearly a man (or men) of good taste for the flavour in this was wonderful. A home-style biryani with layered rice and chicken gravy, it really was good enough to have without anything though the raita and salan made it better. I'd pick this one over the Mughlai boneless one, only because it was more fragrant and less spicy. The other one was a bit dominated by the chicken. The vegetables dum biryani was a hit as well, especially with the paneer tikka and hariyali paneer as sides. What, you thought we'd skip kebabs? Naturally, no. My pick would be the Lal Mirch Chicken kebab, and the Reshmi Paneer Tikka. The Hariyali chicken and paneer come a close second. There's also kalmi kebab and Lal Mirch Paneer to pick from. Or just order the assortment and enjoy.
They do have kebab-biryani combos too. So ask what options they have for you. You'll need to order it and get Dunzo to collect it.