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Treat Your Taste Buds With Some Real Authentic Hyderabadi Cuisines Here!

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Indian cuisine boasts of exotic dishes that are popular all across the globe. However, a recent survey shed light on the evolving palate styles of Indians wherein, about 79 per cent Indians cook western food in their kitchens, at least once a week, which is mostly consumed during evening or dinner time as a full meal. The survey was conducted with 1,000 households across 14 cities that consumed during evening or dinner time as a full meal. The advantage that western food has in terms of ease of preparation makes it a convenient choice. However, amongst other palate variations, Hyderabadi cuisine is often considered as an underdog owing to the rise of urbanization in the current decade. The cuisine of Hyderabad reflects sheer royalty as these were once served to the 'Nizams' of Hyderabad. The culinary dishes in Hyderabad have a 400-year history and as centuries have passed, the cuisine of Hyderabad only got more delicious. The dishes here have been inspired from Turkish, Arabic, 'Mughlai' and 'Tandoori' styles of cooking.
To take the concept rightly ahead in all aspects, Hyderabad Bistro is a new kid in the block under the F&B sector of Hyderabad, based out of Madhapur locality. Coming straight to the food, this place truly sticks to the motto of providing real Hyderabadi cuisine wherein the spices infused in the dishes are perfected with care yet flavourful till the last morsel. From the entrees soups, Hareera, a super tasty & nourishing food crafted with almonds, nuts, spices & semolina, made this one a top pick from the section. Moving onto the appetizers, Mutton Shikampur, Boti Kebab & Pathar ke gosht are the recommended ones, all the ingredients, spices blended perfectly as per text-book style. For the vegans, Dahi ke Shikampur is good choice made out of hung curd, chillies & mint shallow-fried patties served with mayo dip.
Onto the mains, Gosht ke pasinde, a creamy gravy with lamb chunks spiced & cooked till perfection, Dum Ka Murgh, Murgh Korma surely deserve a mention from the list. For the fish lovers, Mahe Qaliya, an authentic fish dish of the region with fillets coated in a creamy and tangy gravy is a must-try. Rounding off the main course with Gosht Zaffrani Biryani is a heavenly delight right from the first morsel, a dum-styled lamb biryani with a dash of saffron, light to the palate which can be easily consumed by two persons.
Onto the desserts, Qhubani ka meetha & Double ka Meetha are undoubtedly the authentic picks when you want to round off an authentic Hyderabadi food fare. Hyderabad Bistro is surely a heavenly place for the food lovers, wherein the experience which Chef Irfan brings in to the table speaks volume, which makes the dishes so enjoyable.