A truly special Haleem!

Every city in India is famous for celebrating a particular festival really well. Chennai is known for its magnificent Pongal celebrations; to see the grand scale of Vinayak Chaturthi, you must be in Mumbai; Old Goa shows the full splendour of Christmas; it is hard to beat the energy you could sense in New Delhi during National festivals. Similarly, Hyderabad is the place to be during Ramadan.
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Every street and corner exudes a tranquil yet animated air. The faithful participate in prayers in old, majestic mosques and the shopping bazars of the old city become busy with people doing Eid shopping. Also, the local cuisine adds to the peculiar flavour of the festival. The Haleem is something that millions of Hyderabadis look forward to every year.

For those who are yet to try it, Haleem is a delectable stew made of grains and meat cooked on low flame for as long as 8 hours. Muslims break their fast at evening with this dish. Prepared using authentic methods, tender meat and premier ingredients including pure ghee, Paradise Pure n Fresh Haleem sets a high standard – something that has been recognised with a Times of IndiaBest Haleem in Town” award.

Unlike the other things on our menu, Haleem is a seasonal dish served only during the holy month of Ramadan. So, before the season ends, do enjoy a blissful bowl of Haleem at our Restaurants and Takeaways in Secunderabad, Hitec City, Masab Tank (Takeaway only), NTR Gardens Kukatpally, Begumpet and Kothapet . We are also serving Haleem at both our Bengaluru outlets – Indiranagar and Frazer Town.We are sure you will love it!

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