On Sunday, Hyderabad House was re-launched, which is famous for its Deccani delicacies. The well-known restaurant, which began its journey in 1975, had to shut down a few years ago due to unfortunate and unseen circumstances. Now it has re-launched its first outlet at Begumpet.
Minister for Animal Husbandry Talasani Srinivas Yadav, in the presence of restaurant founder Zubair, inaugurated the new Hyderabad House at Begumpet. Talasani congratulated the management for reopening Hyderabad House and hoped that the food industry would be back to its glory in the coming months after the dreadful pandemic.
Zubair says that cooking dum-ka-khana for ten people is difficult, so we thought, why not start an outlet where food can be ordered for any number of people? Initially, that was the concept behind Hyderabad House. Later, a company observed their working model and developed it further, and the famous Hyderabad House outlets started. Zubair adds, "From a single restaurant, Hyderabad House grew to multiple outlets across India and also with its presence in Nepal, Australia, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE."The restaurant was forced to close down due to various unfortunate factors. However, Mir Mazharuddin and his son Zubair have decided to re-launch the brand at a time when the entire world is trying to come out of the COVID.