Urban Kitchen

A new restaurant in  miyapur has been started with the Telugu cuisine. We were invited for the food tasting session by one of our foodie friend and it was a paid food testing session with the set menu. As the place good and elegant with beautiful decoration and partisan. They even have lawn space with the sitting arrangement too with the kids play area.


We have started with Tomato Dhaniya Shorba then we had Haleem with bit of more garam masala the next item was Peshwari paneer tikka was little bit sweeter side which has to be little more spiced up, then we had Broccoli tikka was good, tasty and creamy, then we had murg malai kebab which was star of the show tender moist and juicy flavor ful, then we had tandoori quails which was also good, then we had mutton marag kebab which wa one more star dish we had flavorful and tasty.

Main Course:

We started with Miryala mamsam which was good and tasty, then we had malai kofta curry which was good because of paneer grating on the top, then we had Kothmir kodi it was also good and tasty, then we had Ragi sangati on of my favorite dish it was on the expectation good and tasty never thought that i can get the same taste over here too. Then we had nellore chepala pulusu it good  and tasty the little bit of tamarind taste was enhancing the flavor of fish and the gravy. Then we had Natukodi pulusu it was same like fish curry and the flavor was good. Then it was biryani Mutton dum biryani it was also good but can be great. Then we had UK special Kodi Pulav which ok in taste the rice was little bit dry and flavor and spice was missing from it.


We had  Double ka meetha and honey noodles. Double ka meetha was good but honey noodles should little separated one was it became on dense ball of noodles.

Over-All Experience:

Ambiance: 4.5/5

Food: 4.5/5


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