Karalu Miriyal, also called The House of Spices, is one such casual dining restaurant which is located in the most popular 100ft Road in Madhapur which is the home to a variety of North Indian street food as well. Karalu Miriyal aims at providing its patrons some of the best authentic and traditional Telugu cuisines in Hyderabad. As you enter the place, the decor, lights & woodwork immediately takes you back to an Old South Indian traditional house but on a bigger scale. From the nicely done woodwork of window panes, wooden chairs to the well-lit open space, the Team has left no stone unturned to give this place a homely touch. Starting off the dinner, we had some Paya Shorba which could have been a bit milder & less salty, however, the spices were right in a place infused into the mutton chunk. From the appetizers, we started with some delectable Mutton Ghee Roast cooked well till perfection & we couldn't ask more for a better start. Next up was Royyala Vepudu, which is Shrimp chunks fried and tossed with in-house spices & packed with flavour. Paneer Kebab followed next which had an apt balance of flavours done in the marination of paneer chunks kebab'ed till perfection & tasted really great. Next up we got Chepa Vepudu, which was a delicious appetizer where the Basa fish was tossed with a spicy Andhra delicacy of ground vepudu karam masala well roasted. Miriyal Kodi Vepudu & Pineapple Chekulu was served up next, the kodi vepudu tasted heavenly as the chicken chunks were tossed with the in-house spices of this place; a recommended appetizer from the menu, on the contrary, the Pineapple was way high in the spice levels which could have been controlled so that it can be savoured by everyone easily & also can be great appetizer. Among the sangatis, I tried the Non-veg sangati which had sangati mixed with minced mutton chunks and spices and a generous amount of cashew with the taste and texture very good and satisfying. Among the rice items, we had got Vangi bath, Lollipop Biryani & Natu Kodi Pulao, all of them were aptly cooked however the natu Kodi pulao could have been controlled on the spice levels, as well as the masala given in the lollipop biryani, could have been a bit lesser in spice level, however, it tasted really great; this can be a recommended mains dish. Ending the course on a sweet note with Matka Phirni, a really great sweet dish to end your platter with & which gave us a delightful end to our meal. If you want to witness the exotic spices and flavors of the Telugu cuisine, Karalu Miryal should be your go-to place. Located at the most accessible location of Madhapur, Karalu Miriyal makes sure none of the techies and families miss out on the authentic and traditional Telugu foods in Hyderabad.
Karalu Miriyal - One Stop For All Your Andhra Cuisine Cravings
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₹500 - ₹1,000
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