Hyderabad Gets Its First-Ever Self-Cooking Station, Sparking A Culinary Revolution In The City

Discover a gastronomic journey like no other at 63 Degrees.

by Mallika Khurana
Hyderabad Gets Its First-Ever Self-Cooking Station, Sparking A Culinary Revolution In The City

Picture this: you walk into 63 Degrees, the latest hotspot in Gachibowli, and you’re greeted not by chefs labouring over steaming pots, but by a sleek, touch-responsive screen. This isn’t your typical restaurant setup; it’s the city’s first-ever self-cooking station, and it’s about to change the way you experience food.

Hyderabad’s 63 Degrees Introduces Self-Cooking Magic


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What sets this self-cooking station apart? It’s not just a gimmick; it’s a gateway to culinary mastery for anyone with basic cooking knowledge. The screen displays step-by-step instructions for preparing programmed dishes, with a focus on rice and noodle specialities. Each step is accompanied by pre-defined timing, ensuring precision in every dish.

But why stop at pre-programmed meals? 63 Degrees believes in empowering its guests, allowing them to customise flavours and experiment with ingredients. It’s a culinary playground where creativity knows no bounds.

The brain behind this innovative concept is Prasad K. According to Telangana Today reports,  he envisioned a fusion of technology and gastronomy. Inspired by similar setups in Indonesia, he saw an opportunity to elevate Hyderabad’s culinary scene by incorporating cutting-edge technology into the menu.

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Sizzle Your Way To Culinary Mastery


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And the innovation doesn’t end there. 63 Degrees boasts a lineup of live counters that pay homage to both tradition and trend. From the sizzle of the live pot biryani grill counter, where biryanis are expertly tossed on a tawa before being enveloped in the smoky embrace of a grill, to the indulgent cheese wheel pasta straight from the heart of Italy, each dish tells a story of culinary craftsmanship.

Seafood sizzles on the grill, fusion chaat sizzles with flavour, and the dessert counter boasts over 26 sweet temptations, all crowned by a mesmerising chocolate fountain. It’s a symphony for the senses, a gastronomic journey like no other. And this is just the beginning. According to Telangana Today reports 63 Degrees plans to expand its menu further, promising even more culinary delights to captivate the palates of Hyderabad’s food enthusiasts.

In a city known for its rich culinary heritage, 63 Degrees stands out as a beacon of innovation. With its self-cooking station leading the charge, it’s not just a restaurant; it’s a culinary revolution waiting to be savoured. 

So come and immerse yourself in the magic of Hyderabad’s newest culinary gem.

Where: 28, 2nd Floor, Plot No: 25, Mindspace Rd, opposite Meenakshi Bamboos Road, P Janardhan Reddy Nagar, Gachibowli, Hyderabad
When: 12 pm – 4 pm; 7 pm – 11 pm
Cost:  ₹2,000 (For two)

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