Pathar Ke Kabab: When In Hyderabad Do Not Miss Out On These Kebabs Made On Stone

by Shreya Ghosh
Pathar Ke Kabab: When In Hyderabad Do Not Miss Out On These Kebabs Made On Stone

Have you ever seen how kebabs are made? Generally, iron skewers are inserted between the pieces of meat and veggies and then cooked nicely to get that delish and juicy taste. To taste the best kebabs, you surely need to be in Hyderabad. This city is known for serving lip-smacking kebabs and a famous restaurant here prepares this dish using a unique technique. Instead of using iron skewers, a restaurant named “Bade Miyan Kababs” makes kebabs on stone. Surprising, right?

Head To Bade Miyan Kababs To Gorge On Pathar Ke Kabab

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“Bade Miyan Kababs” is popular in Hyderabad for serving Pathar Ke Kabab. These kebabs got their name because of the preparation process. The cooks here use a unique stone to cook this delicacy. The restaurant uses stone from coastal areas, according to a report by News 18. In fact, there is also a special recipe from the Nizam period to cook this popular dish in this eatery. The cooks of this restaurant are using this distinct recipe since 1954, generation after generation.

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Kebabs Of This Hyderabad Restaurant Taste Different

You surely have tried kebabs at so many places from different parts of India. While these kebabs made using iron skewers have a similar taste, Pathar Ke Kabab in Bade Miyan Kababs surely tastes quite different. The reason behind this unique flavour and taste is the special stone used to cook the dish.

The owners of Bade Miyan Kababs shared with News 18 that the special stone required to cook Pathar Ke Kabab costs about ₹20,000 to ₹25,000. The cooking process takes about 3 to 4 hours.

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The owners also talked about the advantages of using this stone to cook kebabs. According to this report, this stone from coastal areas has the ability to resist extreme temperatures.

Foodies line up near the restaurant to relish the tempting taste of Pathar Ke Kabab. When in Hyderabad, make sure to add Bade Miyan Kabab to your itinerary!

Where: Hussain Sagar Lake, Upper Tank Bund, Ramadasu Statue, Necklace Road, Hyderabad

When: 2 PM – 11:30 PM

Price: ₹500 for two people (approx.)

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