Go Food Hopping At These Places Around Secunderabad Railway Station

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    Whenever you are around Secunderabad Railway Station, these restaurants will satisfy your hunger pangs. From breakfast to buffets, there are plenty of options for you. 

    Alpha Hotel

    Alpha Hotel

    Secunderabad, Hyderabad

    For hot cups of Irani chai, South Indian breakfast like plates of idli and dosa, this place is a crowd puller. The ambience is quite basic, but the flavours are extraordinary. Not just breakfast, their biryani is the show stopper. Generous quantity and super light on the pocket, this old restaurant should be on every Hyderabadis list. 

    Blue Sea Tea & Snacks

    Blue Sea Tea & Snacks

    Secunderabad, Hyderabad

    Located on the Railway Station road, Blue Sea is a go-to joint for many chai lovers who live in the vicinity. You simply cannot miss out on the luscious Jam Rolls and crunchy samosa here.  At the counter, you’ll find items like Tie Biscuit (bow-shaped puff biscuits), Egg Puff, Chicken Puff, Butter Bun, fresh pastries, and Shirmal. We say – take your pick and settle with a cup of Golden chai and savour it.

    Mr Idli Grab & Go

    Mr. Idli Grab & Go

    Secunderabad, Hyderabad

    How does Kurkure Idli & Butter Schezwan Dosa sound to you? Mr Idli Grab & Go is a small shack-like place on the railway station road which is always buzzing with crowd. If you manage to get a table, their menu has North Indian, South Indian, and a decent variety of Chinese cuisine. Starting at INR 25, your tummy will be full and so will your wallet. 

    1D Cafe

    1D Cafe

    Secunderabad, Hyderabad

    1D Cafe is the closest cafe to railway station that serves up fattening (sometimes, we need this) comfort food and has adorable wall art that’s every bit Instagram-worthy. A special mention for their Brownie Shake (so ooey-gooey good!), Peri Peri Fries, and Crispy Chicken Burger that will make even Jughead envy you.

    Ohri's Pickles

    For amazing buffet near the railway station, Ohris Pickles should be your go-to restaurant. They've got lunch and dinner buffets with a good spread of North Indian and local dishes. Not in the mood for a buffet? Grab their menu and order away. Psst, they've got a bar too.