Saturday, October 30, 2004

Eating @ Y2K Tandoori

Located at the crossroads of Ameerpet, Khairatabad opposite where the
new PVR mall is opening up, this isnt a place you would normally think of eating from. But given the feedback we received regarding this place, we decided to give it a try and have been hooked ever since.

The Tandoori items are available only post 7pm but the rest of the
delicacies are served through the day. Right now, haleem is being sold too, in both Mutton and chicken variations. They are really yummy, one of the better haleem offerrings in the city. Make sure to advise them to add extra fried onions, it improves the taste and texture dramatically.

They have a free home delivery system for orders above 150/- Hence Ive never really sat down at their restaurant which they say is air
conditioned, but all Ive seen on my way past is a sales counter.

Must try's here are the chicken biryani - delicately flavored. The
pepper chicken - chinese style but packs a punch. Rumali roti's- really soft and stay soft even after a couple of hours. Now I know where to pick up rumalis for my dinner parties. Haleem- available only during ramzan.

Having come in from Delhi, the kebab offerrings werent really
impressive, but pretty decent for Hyderabad standards.

Haleem costs 40/- for a whole plate. Chicken biryani is 70/- and
rumali's are 6 each to give you an idea that this place's food is worth it for the odd night when u don't feel like cooking and are too tired to go out.

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