The city of Pearls, Hyderabad, is known for its cultural diversity and historical legacy. This 400-year-old metropolis is blessed with monuments and delicious food, an amalgamation of Turkish, Mughal, and Arabic cuisines.
Apparently, Mughals served 26 types of biryanis to their guests, but now we are left with only a few. Do you know how the very popular Irani chai has traveled all the way to Hyderabad from Iran?
With hundreds of countless street vendors and restaurants, exploring the food in Hyderabad takes a lot of effort and time, but thanks to the food bloggers Ramya and Mandeep, whose page on Instagram called @thehungryindians with more than 70k followers shares a lot of valuable information to food connoisseurs and enthusiasts.
The duo launched a series called 'The hidden gems of Hyderabad' in which they visit the oldest places in the city. Ramya and Mandeep have become historians to show us the city's rich food heritage being bloggers and writers. They just scratched the surface and updated many titbits while sharing their experiences with this series.