The metropolis of Hyderabad is a blessing for any tea aficionado. In my almost seven years of stay here, I have tried to experience the tea being served at almost all the possible destinations wherever I saw!
India is the world’s largest consumer of tea and a few years back it was the largest producer also. You can see tea stalls and restaurants doting in almost every nook and corner of India…
I am again being transcended back to the time I stated at the start of this blog. And let me be very frank, this occurrence of Poori-Sabzi in almost every small eatery in the IT city of Hyderabad was a shocker for me.
The place reminds you of the colonial architecture. An institution in its own right, this place is renowned for its best sellers ‘Shrewsbury Biscuits’ and ‘Mawa Cake’.
Dodi, just besides the highway. All the people riding their vehicles at top speeds do make it a point to stop here for their great Poha Jalebi, Samosa, Chaai and other stuffs.
The restaurant commenced operations in 1930’s. I felt like being transported back in time, to the 1940’s, when Irani cafes were aplenty in the length and breadth of Mumbai. The complete place looked like a page taken from history books.