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This specially curated menu from the kitchens of the Hyderabadi Royals, with its rich and indulgent food will take you to the next level of a food coma.
Buttermilk~ Refreshing & spicy to kick start the feast
1 . Haleem - Lamb and legumes slow cooked in rich spices, an indulgent dish made famous by the Nizams.
Paneer Tikka (v) – Home made cottage cheese infused with spices, grilled to melt-in-the-mouth perfection.
2. Nargisi Kebab – The Scotch eggs are said to be inspired by this delicious kebab from the Mughal Dynasty. We have given it a modern twist with dainty quails eggs.
Hara Bhara kebab (v) – Medley of vegetables, spiced up and served with chutneys.
Bagara Baingan (v) – Baby aubergines slow cooked in a rich Nawabi sauce made with peanuts and tempered with oils and spices.
Shahi Murgh- Chicken cooked in a creamy almond and cashew paste, mild on the palate but delicious to say the least. Served with rotis, this would be an entrement before the masterpiece.
Dum Gosht Biriyani - The masterpiece of the afternoon will be this slow cooked, rice & meat preparation, totally worthy of it's world famous reputation.
Vegetable pulao (V) - Rice and vegetables cooked to perfection. Equally flavourful as the biryani!
Mirchi ka salan (V) – A must have accompaniment for the biriyani, this dish has as many versions as the number of ladies in the Nawab's harem
Qubani ka meeta – A luxurious dessert made with dried apricots. Hyderabad is crazy about this sweet and so would you when you taste it.
Shahi tukra – Literally translated to ‘A Royal Piece’ , this is a must try from the Mughal kitchen.
Paan – No Royal meal is complete without paan, a stand alone mouth freshener.