In the last two years, the food business in Hyderabad saw a drastic drop due to the Covid-19 circumstances. But the situation is slowly changing as the pandemic effect is reducing with each passing day.
Making Hyderabad the key hospitality sector, many international and Indian hotels, and restaurants settings up their food outlets at prime locations in the city. A few months back, an Indian Quick Service Restaurant named Samosa Party opened food stalls in several city places. Recently, a multinational hospitality service provider Hilton fondly known for Resort and Spa services, signed MOU with the state government to start its flagship brand in the city.
A few other Indian food brands, such as Mumbai-based Bay route restaurant, a pan-Asian hospitality company Bro Tai along with a few Bengaluru-based restaurants, are already operating services in prime locations like Kukatpally, Nacharam, Madhapur, Ameerpet and planning to spread wings in the coming months across the city in more places.
Even city outskirts like Shadnagar and Shamirpet are being used to establish resorts and Spa centers in a vast place by multiple companies from the hospitality sector.