A group of 20 people came here to have lunch making reservations a day before. They have south Indian, north Indian and oriental cuisine. The decor is simple and elegant! white chairs and sofas with blue combination, my most favourite part was Lord Ganesh standing near the entrance! Parking is shared with the central bank so it is entirely your luck if you get space to park your vehicle.
We ordered a long list of soups but I got to taste Vegetable clear noodle soup, wonton soup and manchow soup. The noodle soup and wonton soup was salty! the manchow soup tasted good but the fried noodles they gave along was not crispy!
For starters, we had spring rolls, vegetable momos, devil paneer. The momos simply did not taste well, too much oil and no salt! spring rolls was oily too but the outer was crisp and stuffing was good. The panner was not the softest but did taste good!
The mains: Hyderabadi Dum biryani, aloo stuffed kulcha, paneer butter masala and punjabi chole and for dessert home styled Chintamani Halwa.
The name Hydrabadi biryani made us assume that it would be spicy! but to our utter disappointment it was bland, the panner butter masala came to our rescue which spiced up the biryani. Aloo kulcha was the best I had amongst everything apart from the Karuveppilai Kuzhambu which came as a part of the krishnavillasam saapadu, spicy and something very different.The punjabi chole was not as nice as paneer butter masala. The halwa can be ordered if there are a lot of people to share it otherwise the sweetness is over empowering making it difficult for one person to eat more than two spoonful.
I made a lot of wrong choices this time but the next time I am not even going to look at the menu, all I want is Krishnavillasam Saapadu. A special thanks to all the staff for being very kind and dealing efficiently with the whole crowd I dined with 🙂