Move Over Non-Veg And Try These Vegetarian Delicacies In Hyderabad

by Vinita Jain
by Vinita Jain 265

Hyderabad is a city that is known for its pearls. This city also hails under the group of tourist attraction cities in India. There are places like Birla Mandir, Char Minar, Falaknuma Palace, KBR Park, Jagannath temple, etc. Along with all these places to visit, Hyderabad is also apparently popular for its culinary delicacies. Its luscious, aromatic biryani is world-famous.

For some reason, it is believed that Hyderabad, the city of Nazims doesn’t have vegetarian food options. But no, this city also has a variety of toothsome vegetarian cuisines. Curly Tales brings out a list of delectable Vegetarian options you can explore in Hyderabad.

1. Ram Ki Bandi

Ram Ki Bandi is a very popular eatery in Hyderabad. It serves lip-smacking south Indian food. With a very simple setup, it indulges fresh dosas, upma, idlis, etc. The highlight of this place is its strange timings, this place is just opened between 3 am to 8 am. The texture of the dosas is crispier from the outside and it’s loaded with cheese. If you’re an early morning breakfast person do check out this vegetarian eatery.

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2. Chutneys

Chutneys is apparently the most famous vegetarian restaurant in Hyderabad. You’ll find a wide variety of dishes in Chutneys but their South-Indian is the highlight. They serve Guntur Idli, and Dosas along with gunpowder and a variety of chutneys so, their south Indian is a must-try in Hyderabad.

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3. Sarvi and Café Bahar

You are in Hyderabad which is a city known for its Biryanis. And if you’re a vegetarian don’t worry Sarvi and Café Bahar are two outlets that serve scrumptious Biryanis. Sarvi is located in Anand Nagar Colony whereas Cafe Bahar is in Avanti Nagar. Vegetarian biryanis served are served here with staple one sabzi, raita, and salad with a burst of flavors.

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4. Jaggi De Parathe

After having South Indian for a while, it is natural that you may crave some North Indian so don’t worry. Hyderabad brings you Jaggi De Parathe which serves an ample number of luscious vegetarian North-Indian cuisines. While your visit to Jaggi De Parathe doesn’t forget to try their special lassi. They also serve some Indo-Chinese dishes.

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5. Café Niloufer

Café Niloufer is an outlet known for its chai and Osmania biscuits. It is a bakery that serves some really toothsome cookies. One can grab a bite there along with their famous Chai or consider taking a takeaway. Café Niloufer has 4 outlets in Hyderabad.


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