One of the posh areas of Hyderabad, Banjara Hills has quite many restaurants it can boast of. Be it in terms of food or ambience, they excel in all criteria. Read on to know about some popular North Indian Restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.
Khaan Saab (North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad):
Khaan Saab, The Royal Guest at Level 5, GVK One, Road 1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. It is an award-winning restaurant serving food from the North-West Frontier and the kind of dishes cooked in the Royal durbar. Likewise, the setting of Khaan Saab is royal too. At the entrance, a huge elephant statuette welcomes you. As you walk into the restaurant, the ambience has a regal feel with chandeliers, pillars and life-size Mughal art on walls.
As you get seated, start with their drinks – Apple-Pineapple ka Panna or Soda Shikanjvi. There are a great many things to order from starters like Makai aur Palak di Lahori Seekh, Karara Paneer kebab, Bharwan Khumb, (Mushroom stuffed with creamed spinach, cheese), Tundey Kebab, Nawabi Kakori Kebabs, and Murgh Chop Dakhni. The main course populars include Corn Methi Malai, Paneer Kali Mirch, Double Dal Double Tadka and Murgh Mirch Hara Pyaaz, Rajwaadu Lal Maas and Kadai Jhinga Amritsari with Burrani Paratha, or Shahi Malai Paratha and pulaos and Hyderabadi Biryani. While you wat for your orders to arrive, relish their masala bread straws served on the house with dips.
End with Makhana ki Tehri , Angarey Jamun or Malai Kulfi Shahi Faluda.
Angeethi Asli Dhaba (North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad):
Angeethi Asli Dhaba, a child from the BJN group is a North Indian restaurant specializing in dhaba-style food. The setting is rustic with brick-exposed walls, an artificial well, copper crockery and an earthy dhaba ambience.
The menu is North Indian and Punjabi with some special dishes like Nukkad Ka Kukkad, Puran Singh Chicken Curry, Dhuaadar Mahi Tikki, for non-vegetarians. The vegetarians can relish Amchoor Adraki Gobi, Nadru ki Shammi, Palak Khoya ke Bhalle, Dhaba Dal, Paneer Bhurjee, and Sarson da Saag with Makki ki Roti (seasonal). A dhaba-style eating would be incomplete without lassi or buttermilk. Angeethi Asli Dhaba doesn’t miss out on any of those.
They also have lunch buffets that are extremely popular with Banjara Hills’ residents and the corporate crowd.
Sarvi (North Indian restaurants – Banjara Hills, Hyderabad):
Sarvi is quite a popular restaurant in Banjara Hills. A dine-in option has been newly added; otherwise it is famous for its takeaway (Haleem during Ramzan season) and bakery. The restaurant is quite airy and has a look of both modernity as well as traditionality.
The menu focuses primarily on North Indian, Mughlai and Hyderabadi cuisine with scatters of Iranian dishes too. Hyderabadi Dum Biryani, Irani Haleem, Classic Tikka, Malai Kebabs, Irani Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Shikampuri, Hyderabadi Gosht Marag (special Hyderabadi soup), Dum Ki Nalli, Nihari, Rogan-e-Josh, Gosht Laal Maas and their special falooda are delicious.
The Haleem during Ramzan month is a must-try.
It is advisable to get table reservations done through BookyourTable at all the above restaurants.