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Craving Biryani? Order Authentic Andhra-Style From This Joint On Residency Road

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What Makes It Awesome

Data from one of the most popular food delivery aggregators in 2018 shows that India loves its chicken biryani; it’s the one dish that Indians have ordered most (we’re not surprised). Serving Andhra-style biryani, order in from Meghana’s Biriyani on Residency Road for days you want to eat wholesomely without having to burn a hole in your pocket. Strong flavours like bay leaf and saffron are what bring people back to the restaurant. If you're picky about meat, we suggest having the chicken boneless biryani. With flavoured basmati rice (mildly spiced), it is topped with boneless chicken pieces cooked perfectly. The mutton biryani is another speciality (most of our writers vote this to be the best biryani in the city).

With starters for accompaniments, be sure to have the Chicken 65 and if you like something spicier, the Chilly Chicken. They also have options like chicken tikka and tandoori. If you’re a seafood lover, try the prawn biryani. For you vegetarians, the folks here specialise in making vegetarian biryani as well. Offering versions with veggies like beans, potato and carrot, the paneer and mushroom biryani are our personal favourites. If you’re one of those vegetarians who sway towards eating egg, we highly recommend the egg biryani. All the biryanis come with sides of yellow curry (which eaten with the rice is a killer combination) and raita. Hungry after reading this article? Call for some good old Meghana’s Biriyani on Residency Road!


The restaurant gets crowded during lunch hours so we suggest ordering in during these hours or visiting their outlets during non-peak hours. Also, don't fight us on the authenticity of the biryani itself. There are many versions, and this one is one among many! Meghana Foods is available for delivery on Swiggy, Zomato and Dunzo. The restaurant is following all protocol including temperature checks and safe packaging.