Ever had kebab-craving at 1 am, post the Saturday-cine session? Or slept off and woken up to your stomach screeching “FOOD” at 3 am? For those odd-hour cravings, here are Hyderabad’s restaurants that remain open 24/7.
Is it the call of the biriyani? Bidri ’s (at Hyderabad Marriot Hotel, Tank Bund Road) kachche gosht ki biriyani should seem god-sent. And as for Bidri’s khubani-ka-meetha and apple jalebis, they can be ambrosial, anytime! If you want to mix and match your biriyani with a hint of Continental or Chinese, you might as well make it to the multi-cuisine buffet at Marriot’s Okra instead. Deccan Pavilion ’s (ITC Kakatiya , Begumpet) midnight biriyani, and their grand buffet with Indian, Oriental, Italian, Central European and American dishes make for unforgettable odd-hour delicacies.
Hotel Novotel’s The Square is another midnight coffee shop you would love to frequent for desserts and seafood. Galaxy at Hotel Sitara, Ramoji Film City, is not too long a drive for Chinese and Indian platters, considering the possibility of Chiranjeevi sitting at the next table. Eye-candy goes well with food, doesn’t it?
If you are looking for options that would go a little easy on the purse at the midnight hour, check out Pickles at Hotel Basera, Secunderabad. Their fish and meat starters bond well with cocktails and mocktails. Ameerpet’s Aditya Park Inn has another option – Promenade , foodies absolutely love the buffet and mutton biriyani here.
So now when the whole world sleeps you have your reasons to go on the prowl … don’t you?