26 November, 2020

Hot Stuff!

Andhra cuisine seems to be developing a kind of cult following. And like all cults, it's not for everybody. Simple, earthy cuisine, but so hot that it can set your taste-buds ablaze...

P. Anil Kumar
Hot Stuff!
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Abhiruchi
Sarojini Devi Road, Secunderabad.
Ph. 27892227

Meal for two: Rs 160

As India’s foodies get more adventurous, Andhra cuisine seems to be developing a kind of cult following. And like all cults, it’s not for everybody. It’s a simple, earthy cuisine, but so hot that it can set your taste-buds ablaze, if you’re not used to it.

Abhiruchi is not exactly the kind of place snobby Hyderabadis would like to be seen in, but most people agree that it serves the best authentic Andhra food in town. Try their simple thali meal, for example: steaming hot rice topped with a large dollop of ghee, and accompanied with a variety of incendiary Andhra curries, pickle, chutney and podi or spiced powder. (They will also enthusiastically try to serve you things like rumali roti and north Indian curries, but don’t lose your focus.) The pulihora (tamarind rice) here is delicious, and so are the gongura...

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