The best place to have North Indian food in Hyderabad.
I was in Hyderabad for 8 days on business trip and was craving for North Indian street food. And this place fulfilled all my needs. Ordered Golgappas / Pyaj Kachori / Dhokla / Dahi Papdi / Pao Bhaji / Raj Kachori and lastly Dal Makhani and Missi Roti in main course 🙂
All the dishes were tasty and portion size was also more then enough.
And after all these, had Hot and tasty malai wall milk. 🙂
Service is quick and place is vibrant.
The best part of visiting Ladakh could well be the mesmerising, serene journey on road. Two roads connect Ladakh to the rest of the India. Of these, the Srinagar – Leh highway, or National Highway 1 (Srinagar – Leh route), is easier to handle, and more convenient than the Manali – Leh highway. The terrain is not so challenging, the Srinagar – Leh route is also dotted with scenic, ethereal spectacles, that transport you to another world altogether.
Sun-kissed apricots and pink apples from the trees entice visitors. Many guest houses even have these fruit trees growing in their courtyards. You can ask your hosts and feast on a few, straight from the tree! The Nubra river paints this village in rich strokes of green although this place is in the middle of a ‘cold desert.’ The desert is the main attraction, with its long stretches of sand dunes and camels. People can view and experience the desert while staying at the green and comfortable Hunder village. Don’t miss a ride on the two-humped Bactrian camels that can be seen there.