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Bikanervala

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Bikanervala

Hyderabadis love food and some of them wanna have only vegetarian food. Bikanervala has opened a sweets shop-cum-restaurant in Hyderguda. The place offers North Indian, Italian, Chinese, Continental, South Indian, Mexican, and Street Food cuisine to suit every food lover. The restaurant offers traditional Indian fare and can seat approximately 75 people. An out and out family restaurant, it is a hit with the children and the young adults. For those who love dosas and idlis at any time of the day can drop in. Or those who love their tangy delicacies, there are many choices.

In the evergreen popular tiffin section, the restaurant offers South Indian Platter, which consists of two Idlis, two vadas, mini uttapam and mini masala dosa. Idli lovers can have Idli with Sambar or have a combo of Idli Vada too or just Masala Vada. In the Dosas, there is a wide variety of choices, beginning from Plain, Masala, Butter plain, Butter masala, Onion Rava Dosa, Onion Rava Masala Dosa, Plain Rava Dosa, Paper Dosa, Paneer Dosa, Steamed Dosa, Onion Tomato Uttapam or Kaju Veg Uttapam.

But one can try, the all-time Punjabi favourite Chole Bhature, Pav Bhaji, Mattar Kulcha, regular Samosa or Pyaz Kachori. In the Gujarati special, Dhoklas, there is Idli Pizza Dhokla, Plain Dhokla and Khandavi Dhokla.

Those of you, who stay away from sweet home, can savour the Ghar Ki Thali that consists of mixed vegetable, two phulkas, pulao, yellow dal and raita. In the Thali section, there is Thali Tawa Paratha that consists of Dal Makhani, paneer sabji, mixed veg sabji, green salad, two tawa paratha, pulao, raita, papad, pickle and sweet. One must say that it is difficult for one person to savour all these. If you want to eat North Indian food, it is better to try out the Mini Thali version that consists of Dal Makhani, mixed veg sabji, pulao, two tawa parathas and green salad. The food is tasty and hot.

In this section, there are other combos like Tandoori Paneer Kulcha combo served with dal makhani and raita; Tandoori Aloo Kulcha combo served with dal makhani and raita; Tandoori Onion Kulcha combo served with dal makhani and raita; Hara Bhara Platter; Paneer Tikka Punjabi which serves tandoori mushroom, bharwa tandoori aloo, vegetable seekh kebab, dal makhani and butter naan. In the Classic Platter, there is Hariyali paneer tikka, stuffed shimla mirch, corn seekh kebab, tandoori fruit chaat, dal makhani and butter naan.

Children and young adults, who love Chinese food, can try out the Chinese Platter, which consists of Chilli Paneer, Manchurian, Fried Rice and Noodles. For Chinese cuisine lovers, there is Veg Chowmein, Veg Fried Rice, and Fried Rice with Manchurian. In Noodles & Chop suey, one can sip and eat Chilli Garlic Noodles with Hot Garlic Veg Chop suey.

A hot, yummy pizza is welcome on a rainy day and every time favourite with the kids. The restaurant offers the regulars Cheese Pizza, Garlic Pizza, Tomato Pizza, Mushroom Pizza, Onion & Capsicum Pizza, Onion, Capsicum & Tomato Pizza, Mushroom Pizza, Chilli Paneer Pizza, Bikano Pizza, and Baby Corn Mushroom Pizza. In the Pastas, one can gorge on the Pasta in Alfredo Sauce, Pasta in Arrabbiata Sauce,

In the Chaats section, there is Pani Poori, Dahi Bhalla, Papri Chaat, Bhalla Papri, and Bhelpuri. In the quick eats, there is Raj Kachori, Kachori Sabji, Poori Sabji, Pav Bhaji, Mattar Kulcha, Aloo Tikki, Ragda Tikki, Samosa Ragda, Dahi Poori, Sev Poori, Vada Pav, French Fries, Kachori Khasta, Paneer Pakora, Paneer Cutlet, Mirchi Pakora, Aloo Bonda, Pyaz Kachori, Veg Patties, Paneer Patties, Sandwich Samosa, and Paneer Cheese Roll.

Bikanervala

Wanna eat light, you have choices of Burgers and Sandwiches, offering from the regulars like Veg Burger, Veg Cheese Burger, Veg Sandwich, to Veg Grilled Sandwich and Paneer Tikka Sandwich.

With Hyderabad city receiving more rains, one can try any of the soups, be it Tomato Soup, Veg Sweet corn Soup, Hot & Sour Soup, Talumein Soup. Have a starter with the soup, pick Garlic Bread, Veg Manchurian, Cottage Cheese Dumpling, Chilli Paneer (dry), Spring Roll, Veg Momos, Paneer Momos, Cannelloni Baked, Crispy Shanghai Veg, Tandoori Paneer Tikka, Vegetable Seekh Kebab, Bharwan Tandoori Aloo, Tandoori Mixed Kebabs Sizzler, Tandoori Kumbh, and Tandoori Chat-E-Chaman.

Diners, who don’t want to order readymade thali combos, can order ala carte too. If you are in Hyderabad, no menu in a restaurant is complete, without a Biryani, for those there is Hyderabadi Vegetable Dum Biryani. Of course, the restaurant is offering Curd Rice, Chole Chawal, Rajma Chawal, Kadhi Chawal, and Kadhi Chawal with Chole, Jeera Pulao, Navratan Pulao, Hyderabadi Nawabi Pulao and Lemon Rice.

For Desserts, there is all time favourite Jalebi, Gulab Jamun, Moong Dal Halwa, Malpua, Rabri, Italian Pancake. They do serve fresh fruit juices too.

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