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You are out shopping in the Begumpet area and want to have a vegetarian fare in a relaxed atmosphere, you can step into Ohri’s De Thali, which serves authentic Gujarati and Rajasthani food. Even if one is not shopping that side, one can still step in to savour the delicacies of two of India’s western bordering states. Located on the ground floor of White House Block III, the building is a little inside from the main road. There are two Ohri’s restaurants here, one which is buffet (Jiva) and the other table service, De Thali, to the right. The moment you step into the restaurant, the picture of a man dressed in Rajasthani attire greets you. The interiors are in line with Ohri’s ethnicity, there are ‘jharokhas’ and ‘jaali’ work done in marble, white wooden chairs with velvet upholstery. Approximately around 60 people can dine at a time. Already the plates are set on the table and one has to take the seat to be served.

The Rajasthani cuisine is based on the availability of ingredients in this dry region and that has a long shelf life. The desert region is known for its snacks like Bikaneri Bhujia, Mirchi Bada and Pyaaj Kachori. Other popular dishes include Bajre ki roti and Lashun ki chutney, Mawa Kachori, Malpauas and Rassgollas. On the other hand, cuisines from Gujarat are peculiarly sweet, salty, and spicy at the same time. On a daily basis, Gujaratis eat rotli, dal or kadhi, rice, and sabzi. In their meals, they also include dishes made from pulses or whole beans. Chaas (buttermilk) and pickles are a must in their menu. Inside and outside the thali (plate), there are so many katoris (cups), waiting to be filled. Once settled, the staff comes along to serve the diners. Your glass is filled with chaas (buttermilk) and then begins the serving of Gujarati and Rajasthani delicacies. The staff dressed in ethnic attire explain the diner what they are serving so that one can distinguish and know what a person is eating.

The main course in the Gujarati and Rajasthani cuisines include Paneer Butter Masala, Bhindi Tomato, Achari Gawar, Aloo Kanda Rasawala, Chauli Vehara and Jodhpuri Gatta. In fact, Achari Gawar and Chawli Vehara, the base is the same vegetable – the gawar phali (cluster beans curry), where one is sweet and the other made adding a twist of tang.

For those, who love crispy starters, in the Farsan section, there is Belan Roll, Khatta Dhokla and Onion Chilla. One must appreciate here that the delicacies are not floating in oil. Among the special dishes there is Dal Batti Churma and Dahi Vada. A diner is informed to start the meal with Dahi Batti Churma. Among the Dals, there is Rajasthani Dal, Gujarati Dal and Marwadi Kadhi. While the Gujarati Dal was sweet, the Marwadi Kadhi was spicy. Lemon pickle was served in the plate.

The restaurant served hot rotis and asked the diner about their choices. But, they did serve all the varieties beginning with Phulka, small in size – a little bigger than your palm, a small Palak Thepla (made with a mixture of flours, pan fried, mildly spiced, with spinach) and Makai Rolla. The staff was courteous and filling the katoris as per the requirements of the diner. The restaurant owners have put a card on every table stating not to waste food.

In the rice category, there was steamed rice, where one could take it and mix it with any vegetable or dal. There was piping hot Vegetable Biryani – a mixture of vegetables cooked with Indian spices. For those, who want a bland rice dish, there was Moong Dal Khichdi. If you have savoured all these, on the platter is curd rice too, which is a must for a South Indian. In the thali, the restaurant also provides salad, papad, pickles, Green Chutney and Red Chutney.

In the sweet section, there is Basundi, a milk preparation, miniature Rasmalai, but a hot piping mouth-watering Gulab Jamun. According to the    restaurant, the menu changes every day, but it has been standarised as four sweets, three starters, six main course items, three varieties of daals, red and green chutneys, pickle papads, four kinds of rice and three kinds of rotis. There is unlimited buttermilk served to keep your tummy cool, if you feel the food is spicy, it will help in digestion.

Gujarati main dishes are steam cooked vegetables with different spices and dals, where a variety of spices heated in oil are added for achieving the perfect flavours. Salt, sugar, lemon and tomatoes form a major part of their cuisine. While making cuisines, one takes precautions on the combinations, whether they gel or no. Experts state that if Kadhi is served, then a lentil preparation is a must and the sweet dish would be milk or yogurt–based.

In the western part of the country, sweet delicacies are not mentioned as ‘dessert’, because desserts are generally served and eaten after the completion of the main meal, while the speciality here is that sweets are served before, during and after the meal.

One must take note that food items are served in steel plates and cups to give it the feeling of eating an Indian food. You don’t have to get up from your seat to wash your hand, the service staff gets a copper bowl and water pot, where you can wash your hand. A royalty touch.

 

There are many vegetarian restaurants dotting the City of Pearls. The Dakshina Mandapa, multi-cuisine buffet restaurant located on the First Floor of the Taj Mahal Hotel in Jubilee Hills too has been attracting the city glitterati since it began operations. Located on the main road, the hotel can be reached without much difficulty. It is unique restaurant with beautiful interiors.

Stepping into this restaurant on a weekday, there were many diners here. At any given time, the place can accommodate 80 people. One can choose the area of sitting as per your choice. If you are keen to watch nature, the greenery of KBR Park and the passing off vehicles on the road below, you can take a seating near the glass enclosure. If you are lazy and want to be seated near the buffet table, there are options too.

One is greeted by courteous staff on entry and seated as per choice. Seated at the table, you are served a welcome drink. There are two choices – Litchi and Mango (in an off season too) with a touch of green.  Then come the starters beginning with Gobi Munchurian, red and spicy, not to forget hot too, followed by Aloo speciality, reminding one of the Aloo Chaat of Delhi. The staff brings soup in two jars, not much of a choice, nevertheless Corn soup and Tomato soup. The tomato soup was nothing great but Rasam, one felt. It was best to forgo the soup.

Coming to the main course, there were many choices - South Indian, North Indian and Chinese. One can have a look at the buffet table what is on offer before picking up the food. Among the North Indian food, there was a Paneer Masala, Carrot vegetable despite having lot of spice still had the carrots sweetness. Once seated on your table, you can order the roti or naan, according to your choice. The Aloo methi and Paneer korma served was good whereas one felt the Kashmiri vegetable could have been spicier.

In the rice section, there was plain rice and Pulao too. Some of the diners were enjoying the regular curries with rice, a true Indian way of eating. The veg biriyani was perfect and could be savoured by all ages. For the South Indians, staying far away from home, there was pickle and gun powder, with white pumpkin sambar and rasam to munch with papads. For the Chinese lovers, there were spicy noodles and vegetable fried rice. One must add here that food replenishment was a little slow, probably because one had stepped in at 3 PM, and some diners were seen making alternate choices.

Apart from the regular items for lunch, the buffet had Button Idly, hot Dosa and Veg Sandwich counter for the gourmet lovers. They were also serving tangy chaat and Paani Pori delicacies too. One could eat to one’s delight be it rice or tiffin items. There was Dahi Vada too, which was tasty and cooling for the tummy.

Apart from the regular ice creams, one could make one’s own mixed ice cream with a topping of hot chocolate and sprinklers to make your own wild favourite. Of course there was Kala Jamun, the appearance was not too pleasing to the eyes. The Mysore Pak and Badshah were perfect with not much sweet, while the Gajar Halwa was delicious and melted so easily in the mouth. It would be interesting to see if the restaurant can come up with interesting varieties here so that there can be a Dakshina Mandapa special from their end. Soupy Noodles was a hit with the young crowd, while the others were seen enjoying their Main Course and Desserts.

If you miss the mutli-cuisine buffet, there is Flavours of  TMH on the ground floor, which serves South Indian tiffin delicacies, short eats at all times. One needs to book a table here or wait in the lobby for your turn. In the Dosa variety, there is Special Dosa Hara Bhara, Masala Dosa, Butter Masala Dosa, Onion Dosa, Vegetable Dosa, Rava Dosa, Neer Dosa and a Choice of Dosa with ghee roast, palak, paneer or cheese. The others in this section include Ragi Dosa, Set Dosa, MLA Pesarattu and roasted salad Dosa to name a few.

In the Uttapams, there is Tomato Uttapam, Onion Uttapam and mix Uttapam, while in the Idli varieties there is plain Idli, Button Idli and Rava Idli. One could have a choice of Button Idli and Vada or fried Idli.

The TMH serves two special Thalis. The first one is TMH Special Thali consisting of Tomato soup, two north Indian curries, one south Indian curry, one Naan, Pulao, steamed rice, dal, sambar, rasam curd, raita and Papad. In the South Indian Thali, they serve puri, two types of curries, dal flavoured rice, steamed rice, sambar, rasam, curd, papad, chutney, pickle and sweet.

Don’t want to gorge on the TMH thalis, then try out the Bisibele Bhath or Tawa Masala Pulao. One can drop in for a hot cuppa of coffee to refresh oneself and savour something hot and spicy to go with it.

The restaurant is spacious for people to walk around and one need not have to rub against one another. There are similar named restaurants in the chain of all Taj Mahal Hotel brands, be it Abids or Secunderabad. But out of all these, the Jubilee Hills is the latest offering of the brand.

Hyderabadis love food and some of them wanna have only vegetarian food. Bikanervala has opened a sweets shop-cum-restaurant in Hyderguda. The place offers North Indian, Italian, Chinese, Continental, South Indian, Mexican, and Street Food cuisine to suit every food lover. The restaurant offers traditional Indian fare and can seat approximately 75 people. An out and out family restaurant, it is a hit with the children and the young adults. For those who love dosas and idlis at any time of the day can drop in. Or those who love their tangy delicacies, there are many choices.

In the evergreen popular tiffin section, the restaurant offers South Indian Platter, which consists of two Idlis, two vadas, mini uttapam and mini masala dosa. Idli lovers can have Idli with Sambar or have a combo of Idli Vada too or just Masala Vada. In the Dosas, there is a wide variety of choices, beginning from Plain, Masala, Butter plain, Butter masala, Onion Rava Dosa, Onion Rava Masala Dosa, Plain Rava Dosa, Paper Dosa, Paneer Dosa, Steamed Dosa, Onion Tomato Uttapam or Kaju Veg Uttapam.

But one can try, the all-time Punjabi favourite Chole Bhature, Pav Bhaji, Mattar Kulcha, regular Samosa or Pyaz Kachori. In the Gujarati special, Dhoklas, there is Idli Pizza Dhokla, Plain Dhokla and Khandavi Dhokla.

Those of you, who stay away from sweet home, can savour the Ghar Ki Thali that consists of mixed vegetable, two phulkas, pulao, yellow dal and raita. In the Thali section, there is Thali Tawa Paratha that consists of Dal Makhani, paneer sabji, mixed veg sabji, green salad, two tawa paratha, pulao, raita, papad, pickle and sweet. One must say that it is difficult for one person to savour all these. If you want to eat North Indian food, it is better to try out the Mini Thali version that consists of Dal Makhani, mixed veg sabji, pulao, two tawa parathas and green salad. The food is tasty and hot.

In this section, there are other combos like Tandoori Paneer Kulcha combo served with dal makhani and raita; Tandoori Aloo Kulcha combo served with dal makhani and raita; Tandoori Onion Kulcha combo served with dal makhani and raita; Hara Bhara Platter; Paneer Tikka Punjabi which serves tandoori mushroom, bharwa tandoori aloo, vegetable seekh kebab, dal makhani and butter naan. In the Classic Platter, there is Hariyali paneer tikka, stuffed shimla mirch, corn seekh kebab, tandoori fruit chaat, dal makhani and butter naan.

Children and young adults, who love Chinese food, can try out the Chinese Platter, which consists of Chilli Paneer, Manchurian, Fried Rice and Noodles. For Chinese cuisine lovers, there is Veg Chowmein, Veg Fried Rice, and Fried Rice with Manchurian. In Noodles & Chop suey, one can sip and eat Chilli Garlic Noodles with Hot Garlic Veg Chop suey.

A hot, yummy pizza is welcome on a rainy day and every time favourite with the kids. The restaurant offers the regulars Cheese Pizza, Garlic Pizza, Tomato Pizza, Mushroom Pizza, Onion & Capsicum Pizza, Onion, Capsicum & Tomato Pizza, Mushroom Pizza, Chilli Paneer Pizza, Bikano Pizza, and Baby Corn Mushroom Pizza. In the Pastas, one can gorge on the Pasta in Alfredo Sauce, Pasta in Arrabbiata Sauce,

In the Chaats section, there is Pani Poori, Dahi Bhalla, Papri Chaat, Bhalla Papri, and Bhelpuri. In the quick eats, there is Raj Kachori, Kachori Sabji, Poori Sabji, Pav Bhaji, Mattar Kulcha, Aloo Tikki, Ragda Tikki, Samosa Ragda, Dahi Poori, Sev Poori, Vada Pav, French Fries, Kachori Khasta, Paneer Pakora, Paneer Cutlet, Mirchi Pakora, Aloo Bonda, Pyaz Kachori, Veg Patties, Paneer Patties, Sandwich Samosa, and Paneer Cheese Roll.

Wanna eat light, you have choices of Burgers and Sandwiches, offering from the regulars like Veg Burger, Veg Cheese Burger, Veg Sandwich, to Veg Grilled Sandwich and Paneer Tikka Sandwich.

With Hyderabad city receiving more rains, one can try any of the soups, be it Tomato Soup, Veg Sweet corn Soup, Hot & Sour Soup, Talumein Soup. Have a starter with the soup, pick Garlic Bread, Veg Manchurian, Cottage Cheese Dumpling, Chilli Paneer (dry), Spring Roll, Veg Momos, Paneer Momos, Cannelloni Baked, Crispy Shanghai Veg, Tandoori Paneer Tikka, Vegetable Seekh Kebab, Bharwan Tandoori Aloo, Tandoori Mixed Kebabs Sizzler, Tandoori Kumbh, and Tandoori Chat-E-Chaman.

Diners, who don’t want to order readymade thali combos, can order ala carte too. If you are in Hyderabad, no menu in a restaurant is complete, without a Biryani, for those there is Hyderabadi Vegetable Dum Biryani. Of course, the restaurant is offering Curd Rice, Chole Chawal, Rajma Chawal, Kadhi Chawal, and Kadhi Chawal with Chole, Jeera Pulao, Navratan Pulao, Hyderabadi Nawabi Pulao and Lemon Rice.

For Desserts, there is all time favourite Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Moong Dal Halwa, Malpua, Rabri, Italian Pancake. They do serve fresh fruit juices too.

All those who are aware of Telugu classic ‘Maya Bazar’ would be familiar with the popular song ‘Vivaha Bhojanamambu …’ emoted by S V Ranga Rao on the screen. The restaurant takes the name of ‘Vivaha Bhojanambu’ from there, an elaborate menu that is spread out during the weddings. If you are dining out here, you are the Lord, and you can be assured that you will be treated Royally to a Maharaja Fare.

Vivaha Bhojanambu restaurant, located at Jubilee Hills Road No 10, serves authentic Telugu Cuisine. Just like sports personalities venturing into restaurant business, Vivaha Bhojanambu is Tollywood actor Sundeep Kishan’s project. Sometime ago, Tollywood actress Regina Cassandra launched the restaurant. On launching the restaurant, Sundeep Kishan said that he always likes Telugu food, specially made by his mother. Those wanting to savour spicy food and good Telugu food can drop by. On opening the restaurant, the actor said that it was his friends, who encouraged him to venture into this business.

When you go to a restaurant, one always debates from where to start, should it be soup or fresh juice or a mocktail. People have their own preferences, but some stick to their choices. If you are sticking to Soups, there is Veg. Hot & Sour Soup, Veg. Corn Soup, Tomato Miriyala Rasam (popular among many Telugu households for clear digestion), Chicken Corn Soup, and Non-Veg. Hot & Sour Soup. Want to skip soups, and then try out the Rajahmundry Rose Milk, to be different and refreshing. Diners can begin their meal by ordering Lassi or Buttermilk with Green Salad or Cucumber/Onion to begin with too, if they want to keep it light on their stomach, or even can finish it off with lassi at the end of the meal.

In the Shakaharam (Vegetarian) Starters, there is Aratikaya (raw banana) fingers, Vankaya (Brinjal) Chips, Cream Curd Cutlet, Button Idly Vepudu, Ulli (Onion) Rings, Pudina Paneer Vepudu, Kaju Corn Kernels, Karivepaku Mokka Jonna Vepudu, Mokka Jonna Vada, Mirapakai Mushroom and Spicy Paneer rolls. Other delicacies in this section include Hara Dhaniya Gobhi Tikka, Makai Seekh Kebab, Paneer Tikka, Mushroom Tikka and Tandoori Aloo. The authentic Telugu Starters of chicken varieties include Bhimavaram Kodi Vepudu, Kodi roast, Punti Kura Kodi Vepudu, Jeedi Pappu Natu Kodi Vepudu, Golconda Kodi and Bamboo Chicken to name a few.

The Vivaha Bhojanambu regulars include Dal Tadka, Vegetable Maharani, Vegetable Khandari, Panner Makahanwala, Mehti Chaman, and Panner Tikka Masala for the vegetarians, while for the non-vegetarians there is Butter Chicken, Punjabi Chicken, and Lamb Rogan Josh.

In the curries section, there is Puntikura Kodi Vepudu, Jilakara Kodi Vepudu, Palli Kodi Vepudu, Guntur Kodi Kura, Miriyala Kodi Kura, Gongura Kodi Kura, Natu kodi pulusu, and Kodi Guddi Iguru. Among the fish delicacies, the restaurant serves Chepala Chips, Boneless Chepala Vepudu, Royyala Boondi Vepudu, Rajahmundry Royyala Vepudu; Bhimavaram stuffed Peethalu, and Tandoori Chepa. In the mutton section, for cuisine lovers, there is Bhimavaram Mamsam Vepudu, Miriyala Mamsam Vepudu, Jeedi Pappu Mamsam roast, and Velluli Kheema Vepudu. Other Mamsam delicacies include Mamsam Pappu Charu, Telangana Mamsam Kura, Ponaganti Mamsam, Dum Ka Mutton, and Kheema Kura.

In the Pulusu section, there is Mamdikaya Nellore Chapala Pulusu, Natu Bommidayala Pulusu, Chitti Chepala Iguru, Gangapayala Royyala Iguru and Vankaya Royyala Kura. In the Shorba section, there is Paya Shorba and Mutton Yakhni Shorba, a delicacy famous during Ramzan time.

There are a lot of choices in the Pulao/Biryani section, beginning from Konaseema Kodi Pulao, Kothimeera Kodi Pulao, Avakaya Kodi Pulao, Ulvacharu Kodi Pulao, Kodi Vepudu Pulao, Nizami Dum Biryani Chicken, Nellore Mamsam Pulao, Mamsam Vepudu Pulao, Kheema Veepudu Pulao, Avakaya Chepala Pulao, Godavari Royyala Pulao, Royyala Vepudu Pulao, for the non-vegetarians. For the Shakaharis, there is Vankaya Pulao, Ulavacharu Vegetable Pulao, Kothimeera Vegetable Pulao, Avakaya Vegetable Pulao, Pappucharu Anam and the never dying and all-time favourite Perugu Annam (Curd Rice). For some this is the last in their meal course or the only item on their menu. From kids to elders it is relished.

For the non-shakharis, they have Gongura Kodi Kebab, Pandumirapkaya Kodi Kebab, Steam Kodi Kebab, Palanadu Kodi Kebab, Mutton Chops, Avakai Bommdala, Arataku Chepa Kebab, and Ajwain Chepa Tikka. Of course to savour with the curries, there is a choice of plain Pulka, Tandoori Roti, Naan or Butter Naan or Plain Paratha. The restaurant also serves the special delicacy Jona Roti, for the health conscious or stuffed Paratha or the Kheema Paratha. Some of them have the Kheema Paratha for Breakfast too.

In the Desserts Section, there is Junnu, a speciality liked by many or order your choicest of ice-cream or savour the delicacies like Home Made Kulfi, Angoori Rasmalai, Apple Rabdi, or Mango Delight.

The Drunken Monkey, a unit of White Monkey F&B LLP, has spread its wings in the City of Pearls. They have their Juices and Healthy Food joints at Madhapur, Kondapur, Banjara Hills, Shaikpet Manikonda, Himayat Nagar, and Nallagandala/Lingampally. A brainchild of Samrat Reddy, the Drunken Monkey wants to bring back the days of yore, where friends and family interacted with one another over a nice healthy smoothie rather than message or chat and play games like UNO, word building or strum a guitar or just chatter with your friends. The Drunken Monkey is the right place for the youth. Oh, not to miss the selfie zone too with a cycle bringing back memories of childhood.

Stepping into the Drunken Monkey, located in the Udru Hall Lane of Himayat Nagar, one could see the youth enjoying a smoothie and playing UNO, a game of cards that one played as a child. There are lots of games, each for one table. Even if you come in alone, one will not feel out of place. The restaurant though small is split into two levels, the ground floor and the first floor, and on both the floors there is open space, where one can have their own privacy. In totality, the healthy eat and drink joint can accommodate approximately 50 people.

The Drunken Monkey vouches that it delivers the best blended fresh-fruit smoothies and juices in over 130 special combinations. The varieties include from super thick smoothies to chilled fresh juices, from thick shakes to protein smoothies, indulging in a variety of fruits from dragon fruit to figs to avocados, The Drunken Monkey blends it right to every individual choices. At the restaurant, one can be sure that The Drunken Monkey uses pure natural fresh fruit and no artificial flavours, no added sugar, preservatives or concentrates, so one can expect little variations in flavour from fruit to fruit.

In the fruit juice section, there are wide variety of choices, be it Watermelon, Pineapple, Bannana, Apple, Muskmelon, Chikoo, Strawberry, Kiwi, Pomegranate, Black grape, Green grape, Mosambi, Orange, Lime Pappaya, Dragon Fruit, Mango and Cold Coffee. Well Cold Coffee under fruits would wake up every one, the restaurant has made a special flavor where a tinge of apple is added and then blended with nutella to make Cold Coffee. To make it special, the restaurant has added a tinge of one fruit with another to give a special blend like Watermelon juice has some Pineapple, muskmelon and apple with 10 percent dairy to give a soothing refreshing change to the guests.

A magic has been created even with a Banana, which has been blended with apple, where muesli has been added with chikoo, almonds, and cashews to whip up the drink. In Strawberry, there is a tinge of watermelon, blended with apple, chikoo, almonds and cashews for a healthy drink.

In the Monkey Specials section, drinks like Nut Case, Date Night, Fig Er It Out, Poker Face, VIP, Last Nite’s Sin and many others will bowl you out. Fig Er It Out has figs/anjeer blended with apple and almonds, and cashews with 10 percent dairy, while Last Nite’s Sin is ORS rehydration salts and lime blended with pineapple, grapes and apple to counter dehydration and hangovers. Named VIP, the drink is a blend of kiwi, dragon fruit, strawberry, dates, figs, almonds, cashews and dairy to keep your tummy cool and filling.

Those who wanna have a dose of proteins, there are Protein Smoothies, beginning with Dolphin Nose, which is watermelon based, named after a popular character Popeye, a smoothie of avocado and spinach with a bit of green grape. To hook, book lovers there is Arabian Knight with dates, figs and nuts for brain power.

In the drinks made from Veggies, there is Beet the Root, which has been blended with some apple, strawberry, nuts and dairy. For the lovers of greens, there is Sexy Spinach blended with some green grapes with some lime thrown in. Though summer has waned, one can still enjoy Cucumber Cooler blended with watermelon and lime for freshness and coolness. In the markets, prices of tomatoes, may be skyrocketing, the Drunken Monkey serves Tomato Sawyer blended with cucumber and pineapple, while the Crazy Carrot has been whipped up with a bit of pineapple and nuts.

The Avocado section has Emerald Isle blended with spinach and slice of apple; The Pharaoh blended with dates, figs, almonds, cashews and ice cream; Iron Bronx blended with almonds, cashews and mango ice cream.

For the Coffee lovers, there is Coffee Thick Shakes, Coffee Shake, Nutella Coffee Shake, and Coffee & Caramel to sip on. With Health Drinks, there is short Quick Bites. Everyone’s favourite French Fries, Crispy Cheese Balls, Baby Corn Shots, Hara Bhara Kebab, Tandoori Panner Nuggets, Corn & Cheese Nuggets, Spinach Cheese Rolls, Stuffed Cheese Mirchi Bhaje and Corn Samosas. Order one plate and it will be sufficient for three people. All the real juices and smoothies are served in 350 ml bottles.

Step in to any Drunken Monkey joint for a healthy and tasty drink. A drink for two will cost Rs. 600 approximately.

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