Dastar, From the Arabic Kitchen area – Restaurants in Hyderabad

What you see – The second you phase into Dastar, the fairy tale earth of Arabian Evenings will flood your head. Perfectly, just about…except for a lacking troupe of tummy dancers!

Dastar gives you the choice of a sit-out or a cozy food inside of. If you decide for the previous, you could have your food with a watch of the KBR Park and if you are the indoor varieties, the private dining rooms are rather snug.

What you get – The restaurant’s specialty is the Arabic food items that it dishes out, though the Chinese and the Indian spread is also offered. Even so, it has more variety in the non-vegetarian fare fairly than the vegetarian a single. So veggies could stick to (and relish!!) the Veg Manchow Soup, Masala kulcha, Sesame paneer, Garlic naan, Fried rice and the like.

For the non-vegetarians, the Shorba Dijaj, a chicken-based soup and the Shorba khudra, a starter are certain delights. If you prefer bland foods, you could go for Hummus (chickpea in sesame paste) or try out the Muttbel, a vegetable-based mostly starter for anything spicier.

But if you never like experimenting and would somewhat stick to some thing that satisfies the Indian palate, then the Arabic kebabs, Aishwalahm (a rice dish with chunks of fried lamb) and Dijaj mafrum (baked hen) are risk-free bets. The rate assortment is inexpensive here.

The verdict – We appreciated this restaurant for its uniqueness – both in ambiance and in food assortment. We would alternatively suggest it to the non-vegetarians than to the vegetarians because of the wide variety that they provide for the previous.

What you pay for a food for two – Rs. 500 (with no wines).