Samosa & Chai: The Ultimate Combo

In our quest for the best, we always discard the “or” in favour of “and”. When we buy a shirt, we think about the trousers it goes well with. We top off our favourite chocolate latte with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We round off a perfect meal with a paan. We prefer matching our shoes and dresses. We are not content with enjoying the best in isolated things; we love combining the best in many.

From a very long time, Hyderabadis have been enjoying a combination that has become a part of their culture: chai and samosa. Many of them believe that, to satisfy their hunger between meals, nothing beats a samosa washed down with a hot cup of rejuvenating Irani chai.

Let’s say that you want to meet with a friend and it is not quite time for a lunch or dinner. The best thing to do is to walk into the Paradise cafe or Bakery at Secunderabad to have samosa and chai, which is what many of our customers have been doing for the last 60 years. Nothing complements the taste of a scrumptious samosa better than a flavor some Irani chai. No wonder so many call them the ultimate combo.

Before we became known for the best Biryani we make, we were extremely popular for our chai and samosas. Today, they remain just as popular as our Biryani. Try this combo for yourself and chances are that you would have more reasons to visit us – again and again.


Best Hyderabadi khaana served fresh from 11 AM to 11 PM

Better late than never is a maxim that applies perfectly to food. We all agree that it is important to maintain regular meal timings, but sometimes we cannot help delays. The reasons could be manifold: a meeting goes on longer than expected, you arrive late from your journey or you watch a late morning show.

In such instances, how do you silence a rumbling stomach? Many restaurants are closed from 3 PM to 7 PM. You know as well as we do that junk food is no substitute for a wholesome meal. It is unhealthy too.

Consider another scenario. You are traveling out of the city and have a train or bus to catch at 7 PM. Again, you would realise that there aren’t many options available to have a hearty meal before 7 PM.

There is one option though – a mighty great one at that. Come to Paradise and ease your hunger pangs with tasty and nourishing food. We are open 11 AM to 11 PM and every minute in between. Fresh food is only an order away. The menu isn’t limited either. You can order anything off our full menu and we serve it to you in minutes.

Faced with a delayed lunch or an early dinner, you don’t have to starve or eat unhealthy snacks. Walk into our restaurants at Secunderabad, NTR Gardens,Kukatpally or Hitec City to enjoy the best Hyderabadi and international cuisine. Be our guest – anytime from 11 AM to 11 PM.

Make your celebrations memorable

What’s a celebration without great food? For almost all cultures, food is at the centre of celebrations. This practice achieved its full expression in the royal court of Nizam where every meal became a celebration; a feast of abundant joy that life has to offer. To this day, we at Paradise continue this tradition.For more than half a century, Paradise has been “the address” for all celebrations large and small. The hallowed interiors of our restaurants have been witness to all manner of celebrations: a businessman celebrating a profitable deal, a young engineer gushing about his new job, a manager happy on his promotion, an affectionate parent seeing his child grow an year older, a young couple in high spirits on their anniversary, a reunion of grown-ups reminiscing about school days, and a family quietly relieved that their soldier son has come back safe from the war. We can go on and on.

From little triumphs to life-changing successes, Paradise Food Courts make your celebrations truly special. Everyday, our restaurants brim with the exhilarating energy of people celebrating birthdays, anniversaries and get-togethers over great food and interesting conversations. Happy times indeed!

For your next celebrations, sit down to great food and greater joy at one of our Food Courts at Secunderabad, Hitec City, NTR Gardens or Kukatpally where you can set the perfect ambiance for your party. We know the essential ingredients of not only the finest cuisine, but also memorable celebrations and we use them to create happy times for you. It’s not for nothing that we call ourselves Paradise.

Paradise Bakery – Rich Taste. Richer moments

When Paradise opened its doors in 1953 as a café selling tea and snacks, no one expected that we would become so popular, quite unexpectedly more for the sumptuous Hyderabadi Biryani we serve than snacks and tea.

Many people who visited our Bakery on the ground floor of Paradise Food Court at Secunderabad though know that our Bakery menu is as impressive as our Biryani menu.

The Bakery is a favorite haunt for many people who want grab a quick Puff or Samosa or carry home a wonderful variety of baked foods and confectioneries that include everything from a crunchy, traditional khara biscuit to a Black Forest pastry. You can also take home for children a great variety of biscuits like butter cookies, fruit, almond and cashew biscuits etc.

Puffs, samosas, breads and many varieties of tasty biscuits receive from us the same commitment to taste and quality that you associate with our Biryani. Do you have a birthday or an anniversary coming up? Make your celebrations sweeter with our great selection of Special cakes and mouth-watering pastries.

If you want to drink something, we would serve you hot – and cold too. For those who prefer to have their Tea with biscuits and those who want to wash down a tasty T biscuit with a fruit juice, our Bakery has something for everyone. Many people swear by the great taste of our lassis and shahi faloodas. The place is perfect to dip into easy conversations – and your favorite juices.

Our service is lightning fast. Walk into our Bakery today at Secunderabad or Kukatpally to experience the best in baked foods, pastries and drinks. To find out what makes Paradise special, let’s start with Tea and snacks – because that how we started.