Q City Has A New Food Destination

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What Makes It Awesome?

Far from the madding crowd, located in Q City, lies a quiet little cosy space named 'Hyde Kitchen' for the perfect conversations over delectable food. The artistic brilliance in a monochromatic colour scheme paired with open-air dining experience makes it all the more charming to the wandering soul. With a wide multi-cuisine spread to offer, this newbie packs a punch when it comes to serving both Mughlai and Chinese dishes.

We were invited for a food blogger's meet and the review of the session is as follows:


The 'Lemon Coriander Soup' was perfectly done, with coriander adding freshness to the mildly sour vegetable clear soup. The 'Manchow Soup' was perfectly hot and spicy.

The 'Mix Kebab Platter' had succulent pieces of creamy 'Malai Tikka, perfectly charred 'Lamb Chops' that was well done, mildly spicy 'Lehsuni Murg Tikka' and ajwain flavoured ' Hara Bhara Fish'.
The 'Chicken Lollipop' was lip-smacking and is a must-order. The 'Achari Prawns' were love at first bite and is worthy of a signature dish. The 'Chicken 65' had the quintessential southern flavours in perfect proportions.

Main Course:
The 'Burnt Garlic Noodles' had hand made thin pulled noodles with signature oriental spices drizzled with garlic oil and topped with coarsely ground burnt garlic. The 'Chicken Fried Rice' had freshly chopped veggies and chicken chunks tossed with rice on a wok.

The homemade 'Fried Ice Cream' had freshly grated coconut that added complexity and texture to the culinary classic dish. The melt in the mouth hot 'Gulab Jamun' served alongside creamy vanilla ice cream was sinfully delicious. The Hyderabadi classic 'Qurbani ka Meetha' is also a must-try here.

Recommendations: Malai Kebab, Chicken Lollipop, Achari Prawns, Burnt Garlic Noodles, Chicken Fried Rice, Fried Ice cream.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹500 - ₹1,000

Best To Go With?

Big Group, Family, Bae, Kids

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