Here is the first of the two restaurants I will review in Hyderabad. N Grill is a very popular spot in Hyderabad, apparently! It was founded by two actors whose names I can’t remember at the moment, but I am assured by the locals that they are *really, really* popular!
The ambience is very posh and the décor is classy. The food is eclectic – you’ll find Indian, Western, and a mix of the two. The staff are also well-versed in food allergy accommodation, so it was easy to order here.
I had a delicious but simple meal – just the way I like my food – with some raw and some cooked veggies.
The only downside is that the place is a little pricey. But the food is great and there is wonderful local wine! Definitely worth a stop in!
Greetings from Hyderabad! I will be posting on my gastronomic adventures here in India soon, but before that, let me quickly post on an old favourite: Bijan. As far as fine Malay dining goes, this place is probably the best! An added bonus is that they are allergy-conscious as well – they cater to an expatriate and tourist crowd.
Let’s start with this: the food is intricate, spicy and delicious! You’ll find all your typical labour-intense Malay dishes: rendang, otak-otak, ayam panggang, nasi lemak.
Most dishes are gluten-free, and the waitstaff are generally well-informed about allergies. They also go to great lengths to modify recipes for you!
On a cool night, it is beautiful to sit outside in the candlelight, sip a fresh coconut, and enjoy some local delicacies!