It was then time to say adios to this uniquely elegant 200 year old palace and head to some Biryani place nearby. When in Hyderabad, all you eat is Biryani ! Atleast, I wanted to follow that mantra. When asked around, locals suggested that we should try Shah Ghouse restaurant in the area for varieties of Biryani. Being a vegetarian, all biryanis taste similar to me. So, this was also one of the not so extraordinary veg biryanis for me but it definitely filled up my empty stomach. Do not hold on any high expectations in terms of ambiance and hospitality. Go for the food. Non vegetarians might get good options. But I would still suggest. Try it out and make your own opinion.
2. Irani Chai and Paya soup with Naan bread at Shah Ghouse CafeAgain,Shah Ghouse Cafe is also pure Hyderabad style food joint where people come to satiate their hunger without caring about the ambience. Paya soup was quite filling and different from what I had earlier had in Delhi.You must try freshly baked naan bread with this soup.I did not like Irani Chai much because it was way too sweet for my palate.
Had an awesome Biryani from one of the famous biryani joints- Shah Ghouse Café. (Incidentally there was a news of dog meat being used in biryani at some of the joints killing our appetite the following day. The news was dismissed few days later)