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Vivaha Bhojanambu

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Vivaha Bhojanambu

All those who are aware of Telugu classic ‘Maya Bazar’ would be familiar with the popular song ‘Vivaha Bhojanamambu …’ emoted by S V Ranga Rao on the screen. The restaurant takes the name of ‘Vivaha Bhojanambu’ from there, an elaborate menu that is spread out during the weddings. If you are dining out here, you are the Lord, and you can be assured that you will be treated Royally to a Maharaja Fare.

Vivaha Bhojanambu restaurant, located at Jubilee Hills Road No 10, serves authentic Telugu Cuisine. Just like sports personalities venturing into restaurant business, Vivaha Bhojanambu is Tollywood actor Sundeep Kishan’s project. Sometime ago, Tollywood actress Regina Cassandra launched the restaurant. On launching the restaurant, Sundeep Kishan said that he always likes Telugu food, specially made by his mother. Those wanting to savour spicy food and good Telugu food can drop by. On opening the restaurant, the actor said that it was his friends, who encouraged him to venture into this business.

When you go to a restaurant, one always debates from where to start, should it be soup or fresh juice or a mocktail. People have their own preferences, but some stick to their choices. If you are sticking to Soups, there is Veg. Hot & Sour Soup, Veg. Corn Soup, Tomato Miriyala Rasam (popular among many Telugu households for clear digestion), Chicken Corn Soup, and Non-Veg. Hot & Sour Soup. Want to skip soups, and then try out the Rajahmundry Rose Milk, to be different and refreshing. Diners can begin their meal by ordering Lassi or Buttermilk with Green Salad or Cucumber/Onion to begin with too, if they want to keep it light on their stomach, or even can finish it off with lassi at the end of the meal.

In the Shakaharam (Vegetarian) Starters, there is Aratikaya (raw banana) fingers, Vankaya (Brinjal) Chips, Cream Curd Cutlet, Button Idly Vepudu, Ulli (Onion) Rings, Pudina Paneer Vepudu, Kaju Corn Kernels, Karivepaku Mokka Jonna Vepudu, Mokka Jonna Vada, Mirapakai Mushroom and Spicy Paneer rolls. Other delicacies in this section include Hara Dhaniya Gobhi Tikka, Makai Seekh Kebab, Paneer Tikka, Mushroom Tikka and Tandoori Aloo. The authentic Telugu Starters of chicken varieties include Bhimavaram Kodi Vepudu, Kodi roast, Punti Kura Kodi Vepudu, Jeedi Pappu Natu Kodi Vepudu, Golconda Kodi and Bamboo Chicken to name a few.

The Vivaha Bhojanambu regulars include Dal Tadka, Vegetable Maharani, Vegetable Khandari, Panner Makahanwala, Mehti Chaman, and Panner Tikka Masala for the vegetarians, while for the non-vegetarians there is Butter Chicken, Punjabi Chicken, and Lamb Rogan Josh.

In the curries section, there is Puntikura Kodi Vepudu, Jilakara Kodi Vepudu, Palli Kodi Vepudu, Guntur Kodi Kura, Miriyala Kodi Kura, Gongura Kodi Kura, Natu kodi pulusu, and Kodi Guddi Iguru. Among the fish delicacies, the restaurant serves Chepala Chips, Boneless Chepala Vepudu, Royyala Boondi Vepudu, Rajahmundry Royyala Vepudu; Bhimavaram stuffed Peethalu, and Tandoori Chepa. In the mutton section, for cuisine lovers, there is Bhimavaram Mamsam Vepudu, Miriyala Mamsam Vepudu, Jeedi Pappu Mamsam roast, and Velluli Kheema Vepudu. Other Mamsam delicacies include Mamsam Pappu Charu, Telangana Mamsam Kura, Ponaganti Mamsam, Dum Ka Mutton, and Kheema Kura.

In the Pulusu section, there is Mamdikaya Nellore Chapala Pulusu, Natu Bommidayala Pulusu, Chitti Chepala Iguru, Gangapayala Royyala Iguru and Vankaya Royyala Kura. In the Shorba section, there is Paya Shorba and Mutton Yakhni Shorba, a delicacy famous during Ramzan time.

Vivaha Bhojanambu

There are a lot of choices in the Pulao/Biryani section, beginning from Konaseema Kodi Pulao, Kothimeera Kodi Pulao, Avakaya Kodi Pulao, Ulvacharu Kodi Pulao, Kodi Vepudu Pulao, Nizami Dum Biryani Chicken, Nellore Mamsam Pulao, Mamsam Vepudu Pulao, Kheema Veepudu Pulao, Avakaya Chepala Pulao, Godavari Royyala Pulao, Royyala Vepudu Pulao, for the non-vegetarians. For the Shakaharis, there is Vankaya Pulao, Ulavacharu Vegetable Pulao, Kothimeera Vegetable Pulao, Avakaya Vegetable Pulao, Pappucharu Anam and the never dying and all-time favourite Perugu Annam (Curd Rice). For some this is the last in their meal course or the only item on their menu. From kids to elders it is relished.

For the non-shakharis, they have Gongura Kodi Kebab, Pandumirapkaya Kodi Kebab, Steam Kodi Kebab, Palanadu Kodi Kebab, Mutton Chops, Avakai Bommdala, Arataku Chepa Kebab, and Ajwain Chepa Tikka. Of course to savour with the curries, there is a choice of plain Pulka, Tandoori Roti, Naan or Butter Naan or Plain Paratha. The restaurant also serves the special delicacy Jona Roti, for the health conscious or stuffed Paratha or the Kheema Paratha. Some of them have the Kheema Paratha for Breakfast too.

In the Desserts Section, there is Junnu, a speciality liked by many or order your choicest of ice-cream or savour the delicacies like Home Made Kulfi, Angoori Rasmalai, Apple Rabdi, or Mango Delight.

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