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

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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.