Hyderabadi cuisine is a combination of historic South Indian Mughal and Persian cuisine.
Hyderabad is recognize for its remarkable manner of making different food items. The cuisines are
fragrant with adoption of peculiar spices and ghee. Other features of Hyderabadi food are use of
coconut, tamarind, peanuts and sesame seeds. Plenty used spice is chilli and is the cause for
nomenclature '' Dynamite Food''.
is a special dish of the region. More native dishes include Qubani ka meetha,
Double ka meetha, Phirni, Nahari Kulche also known as paya and Haleem (a meat dish traditionally
eaten during the holy month of Ramzan), Kaddu Ki Kheer (a sweet porridge made with sweet gourd),
Mirchi ka saalan, Bagaare baigan, Khatti dal, Khichdi and Khatta, Til ki chutney, baigan ki chutney, Til
ka khatta, Aam ka achaar, Gosht ka achaar, Peosi (a sweet prepared with egg whites and milk), Shahi
tukde, Kheema aaloo and dahi vadas (lentil dumplings in Yogurt), mirch-ka-sabu (chilies in a cream
gravy), and the more common Bagaara Baingan.
Hyderabadi sweets are recognize for their ghee-based items. In Pure Ghee Sweets, Pulla Reddy and
Rami Reddy sweets are famous. Irani café's that offer Irani chai, Irani samosa and Osmania biscuit are
mostly found on street-corners.
Mutton Biryani & Chicken Biryani, which is the combination of rice, meat and seasonal vegetables, are
the remarkable cuisines of Hyderabad. Chicken korma, Sheer korma, Sheekh Kebab, Shammi Kebab
are under the broad range of kebabs. These special dishes are enjoyed in conventional Shahi
Dastarkhana or the Royal Dining Hall.The Multi cuisine restaurant always ready to serve you with there exotic flavour of all cuisines. Italian,
Mexican, Chinese and Continental cuisine are sought after as other typical south Indian dishes. City is
also well known for their nightlife as pub are getting popular.