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Krishnapatnum: Nestled In Jubilee Hills Is Serving Authentic Andhra Food!

    Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad

    What Makes It Awesome?

    Krishnapatnum serves pakka Andhra food. All the south Indian food lovers (specifically Andhra food) this place will be a delight for you.

    Ambience: I'm so in love with the whole interior of this place. The walls have paintings which totally go with the vibe of the restaurant. There's a simple bar counter too. The USP of this place, I'd say, is the concept of adding swings. It was a delight to have food while being seated on the beautiful Swing.

    •Kerala Style Mutton Soup: The Chunks of Mutton pieces were a delight to the palate. Soup, however, was a little salty but tasted really good.
    •Chicken Soup : Lagged in pieces of chicken but tasted divine as a whole.

    Soups were actually superb.

    •Andhra Chilli Chicken: Lil on the spicier side, this dish didn't fail to impress me.
    •Miryala Kodi Vepudu
    •Konaseema Mamsam Vepudu: Mutton pieces were very well cooked and perfectly blended with flavours.
    •Pacchimirchi Gongura Mamsam Vepudu: This was definitely the best starter out of all the starters we have. Absolutely delicious with a subtle spicy flare.
    •Royyala Vepudu: The spices were super delicious but the prawns were very small which brought down the taste of the dish as a whole.
    •Korameenu Fish Fry: This was crispy and had subtle flavours, a relief after eating all the spicy starters.

    Main Course
    •Chicken Chettinad: Chicken was succulent and I loved the thick consistency of the curry.
    •Telangana mutton curry : Mutton was juicy and toothsome. This dish tasted a million bucks.
    •Tomato Aalugadda Royyalu: This was my comfort dish as it had aaloo in it. However, the prawns were really smaller, couldn't get the taste properly. The curry was spectacular.
    •Bread Basket : This was a bundle of joy.
    •Chicken Biryani : Spices were a little raw, however, the taste was spot on.
    •Kodi Vepudu Pulao: Surprisingly, this dish was better than the biryani we had. Chicken was fabulous and rice was quite plain which became the USP of the dish as a whole. Spicy chicken with subtle flavoured rice sounds a treat to me.

    •Mayabogh: Of all the desserts we had, this was the best. Great way to end a meal.
    •Malai Sandwich : The base was brittle. This dish needs to be worked upon. Presentation, however, was good.
    •Chenna Toast : Chenna toast topped with lichi was a good idea but it didn't work out. Chenna could've been sweeter.

    What Could Be Better?

    A Little improvement here and there is required.

    How Much Did It Cost?

    ₹500 - ₹1,000

    Best To Go With?

    Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids.
      Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad