What does it take to have mouth-watering Hyderabadi cuisine at home? If you fancy making it yourself, then you have to be prepared to visit the market to buy exotic spices, the finest long-grained basmati rice and the tenderest meat. It does not end there though, one must also be ready for a long-drawn preparation process that requires equal parts of passion and patience.
There’s another much simpler alternative. Visit Paradise Takeaways to order award-winning Hyderabadi cuisine. With industry-leading takeout practices, we will take you from wish to dish within a few minutes. Ordering, fulfillment and delivery are seamless and convenient. We use high-quality packaging material to ensure our food retains freshness for a long time.
For those who want a multi-course meal experience, there are combos with starters, Rotis, curries and Biryanis. In addition to choice, these combos offer the best value for money. The Takeaways are arguably the first in the city to offer Express Travel Packs that are airport-friendly and allow guests to take Hyderabadi cuisine to friends and loved ones in other cities.
Our commitment to hygiene and quality pervades every corner of our world-class Takeaways. Enjoy your weekends with a hearty Hyderabadi meal ordered from our Takeaways at Secunderabad, Hitec City, Masab Tank (Takeaway only), NTR Gardens, Kukatpally and Begumpet.
The transition of Bangalore (or Bengaluru) from a sleepy, pensioner’s paradise to the Silicon Valley of India is well known. Some would say it is the most cosmopolitan city of India. And this shift is clearly reflected in the changing food habits of Bangaloreans.
They say ‘food brings people together’ but the fact is, diversity brings different foods together. Over the past two decades, Bengaluru has become a melting pot of a number of culinary cultures and traditions. The ‘foodie’ of the city is exposed to a wide range of offerings – the humble Idli-Dosa-Sambar, to Bisibele Bath to the North Indian style, Kerala style, Andhra style cuisines to the exotic Chinese, Mexican, Thai and Lebanese fare.
South Indian, North Indian, Chinese, Mughlai are all very popular in Bengaluru. But the one thing that is common across cuisines is the unmistakable dominance of South Indian spices in them. Even if you order for a Butter Chicken or Veg Kurma the typical taste of the spices from South will give a whole new zing to the North Indian cuisine.
Street Food vendor in Bangalore
The Bengaluru ‘foodie’ is well traveled and their taste buds have experienced the finest flavors and spices. There is a healthy street food culture living harmoniously with a growing range of fine dining restaurants. Being youthful and IT-savvy, social media plays an important role in their discovery of new places. The Foodie visits restaurants, critically reviews the food, the service, the ambiance and the experience and enjoys experimentation and adventurism. Few other cities can match the gourmands of Bengaluru when it comes to their knowledge and expectations.
For us, it was but an obvious choice to bring the same authentic taste of the legendary Paradise to the Garden City. Keeping in mind the reputation of the Bengaluru epicureans & their love for authenticity, the world famous Paradise Biryani is now in Indiranagar, with restaurants planned in Frazer Town and Koramangala soon. And the last few days have been overwhelming. Our love affair with the Bengaluru ‘foodie’ has just begun and we will continue to woo them with love, spice and aroma in the days to come.
With the Cricket World Cup 2015 just a week away from commencement, a curious fever has gripped the country. People are arguing passionately about which team has a good shot at walking away with the trophy – the talented Indians or the tenacious Aussies. If it is neither, then are we all in for a surprise? For now, the answer to these questions is anyone’s guess.
What is certain, however, is that this World Cup promises to be an exciting tournament with closely fought matches. Many people around the world are counting down days for the India–Pakistan match on February 15. The matches start early (some start at 3:30 AM IST) and end around lunchtime. Post-match analysis with friends and families is almost a national pastime.
These discussions can be made more interesting when you have great food to sustain them. Over the next 8 weeks, our Restaurants will roll a red carpet for all cricket enthusiasts who enjoy good food and lively conversations. Between sessions, you could drop by our Café or Bakery for a hot cup of Irani chai. You can also take away your favourite cuisine and enjoy live action on television.
We wish the Indian team all the very best in their campaign to defend the trophy. This cricket season, do enjoy great food by visiting our Restaurants and Takeaways at Secunderabad, Hitec City, Masab Tank (Takeaway only), NTR Gardens, Kukatpally, Begumpet and Indiranagar-Bengaluru.