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Top 12 Places to eat under 100 bucks in Hyderabad!

Hyderabad known for its history and culture is also one of the most popular cities for gorging on some delicious food. From the biryani, haleem, to chaat and various tiffins like dosas, the list is endless. One won’t be disappointed for sure if they visit the city for the first time, mainly when it comes to food. The city now has so many options in terms of cuisines and quality that one would get confused where to head when the choices are so limitless. We give you a list of places to eat that you can visit and freak out on some delicious food just under 100 bucks!!

Wich Please! 

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Who doesn’t like sandwiches? They’re easy to make and consume also giving us the benefit of a low calorie diet as its less oily and more focused on the healthier side. Wich Please with its unique name offers many varieties of sandwiches mainly in vegetarian. Don’t forget to try the Choco-wich sandwich when you visit!

Where: Vinayaka Nagar, Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Contact: 040 33165126

Ram Dosa House

Ram Dosa House

One of the most popular guys in town for their delicious dosas! It started as just a tiny place that opened at midnight and now due its popularity has converted into a pretty decent restaurant in banjara hills. A must try here are the butter and paneer dosas.

Where: Banjara hills, Road No-14, Hyderabad

Contact: 8801157357

Pakodi Factory

Pakodi Factory

What better an evening than having some garam chai with crunchy pakodas!? Pakoda factory offers you a wide range in pakodas from onion, paneer and baby corn in veg to egg, chicken and fish in the non-veg sections.

Where: Near YSR statue, opposite Midland Bakery, Ayyappa society, Madhapur, Hyderabad

Contact: 040 68888441

King and Cardinal

King and Cardinal:

This one is is a hit with a lot of the young crowd as there are many colleges and schools situated around it. They came up with an extension which is right beside to the older building and is fancier looking with its colorful ambiance. One will find many students there feasting on their famous burgers. As this is their specialty, the vegetarian burger mainly is juicy and has a delicious mayonnaise spread which leaves you wanting for more! It is extremely pocket friendly and probably is the reason why many students have made it their place to hang out more often.

Where: Pooja Manor, Next to Sony Centre, Himayatnagar, Hyderabad

Contact: 040 66686668

Gokul Chaat

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One of the oldest and most famous places to simply gorge on some mouth-watering chaat items; their bhel puri is one of the best in town and also the papdi chaat and samosa ragda. The place got burnt down once but it didn’t stop them from picking up and coming back with a bang!

Where: opposite Women’s College road, Koti, Hyderabad

Contact: 9949274444

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Being in Hyderabad or visiting it, how can one skip the delectable Biryani!? Alpha hotel in secunderabad offers dum biryani at a low price and yet leaving you wanting for some more. Go ahead and don’t miss this one!

Where: Opposite Railway station, Secunderabad, Hyderabad

Contact: 040 66495583 

Dimmy’s Paan Shop:the-display

If you have some late night cravings post dinner then head straight to the most happening place in the city which offers an unbelievable variety in paans and also have stuff from juices to chaat, snacks, chocolates, ice creams and the works! You will always find this place packed with cars and people outside.

Where: Sindhi Colony, RamGopalpet, Secunderabad and jubilee hills road no 36

Contact: 040 65169996

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It used to be a favorite hangout during my teenage years and its one of the first in the city to come up with the idea of a Frankie. Their chicken tikka Frankie is to die for with some egg and caramelized onions inside. Absolutely low on the pocket and yet so yum!

Where: White House Building, Greenlands road, Beside Lifestyle, Begumpet, Hyderabad

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Famous for the art culture as live stage shows, theatre, dance, and many more, the place is quite happening for the younger crowd. They have a cafeteria in the house that serves some lovely snacks, tea/coffee, juices to rice, chicken and mutton curries, etc… Their samosas are something you should surely try.

Where: Road no 5, Near GVK one mall, Banjara hills, Hyderabad

Contact: 9642731329

Rice bowl:

It’s definitely a blessing for those people who run from pillar to post eventually skipping their meals during the day. This unique concept has rice offered in a decent quantity enough for one person along with various curries in veg and non-veg. Rajma, aloo gobi, mix veg paneer rice bowls to egg roast, butter chicken, nizami kheema and kheema sambar rice bowls all under 100/-. It’s a limited menu but a feast for the tummy and soul!

Where: Near More SuperMarket, Telecom Nagar, Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Contact: 040 33165168

Momos Point:Veg-momos

It’s quite unusual to find a stall for something like momos in hyderabad (although having said that it’s pretty much available everywhere) where usually you would discover outlets for dosas, biryanis, chinese fast food, chaat and the likes. They offer momos from steamed to fried that has a menu of chicken steamed momo, chilli chicken momos, chicken fried momo, veg steamed momo to even a chocolate momo! So yea, Go ahead!

Where: Street no 8, Habsiguda, Hyderabad

Contact: 9700971542

Bombay Juice:

Situated in the busiest places in the city, Bombay Juice offers a variety of fresh fruit juices, snacks and chaat items. It’s a great way to end your day after some hectic shopping in the abids and koti areas. Do try the vada pav, dabeli and ice gola.

Bombay Juice Hyderabad

Where: Krishna Ashray Building, Hanuman Tekdi, Sultan Bazaar, Koti, Hyderabad

Contact: 9849452344

Head straight to these places to catch a quick bite or even for a relaxed evening without burning a hole in your pocket.

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Aarti David

Born and brought up in Hyderabad, i love the city for its simplicity and the historic value it carries. Studied my bachelors in Mass Communication and Masters in Journalism a while ago. Started food blogging in2013 gaining some positive feedback as cooking has always been my passion, it’s in the blood, all thanks to dad and grand mom. I cook with a lot of love and zeal and give it my 100%. I also lately came up with a Facebook page representing my blog as I wanted to spread the love of cooking and meet more people with the same passion. I live on cookery shows/recipes online and a day won't pass without trying out something in my kitchen! Apart from cooking, writing has always been an integral part of my daily life as i pen down my thoughts pretty often. It gives me a sense of satisfaction and helps me pass through a difficult phase quite smoothly leaving me burden free.

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