Sindhi Colony is Secunderabad’s source of joy and pride. And, why not, it’s a haven for foodies, and a dream destination for vegetarians. Have you discovered it yet?Siddharth TSS firstname.lastname@example.org
Every nook and cranny of Sindhi Colony has something to satisfy a food lover. Almost like a food festival that goes on 365 days of the year. Innovative menus and novel taste are the reasons why this place resembles a massive food court in the evenings.
We start our journey with Idly Dosa People, great on ambience, it serves a five course meal which sits light on the pocket. Once there you must try the Chocolate Dosa, Masala Idli and the Spring Roll Dosas. Never knew something so innovative could be done with dosas.
Next on our list is Dimmy’s Paan Shop. Betel leaf lovers thrive on their paans. Try their ladoo paan, chocolate paan and the tiranga paan. Along with paan there a lot of tiny shops that have mushroomed here and together they are called Dimmy’s. The chaat shop serves some really delicious chaat and that’s not it, a must try at Dimmy’s is their grilled sandwiches and aloo toasts.
Before you even finish licking your fingers dry, one can spot the crushed-ice vendor (for ice-golas) that sits opposite Dimmy’s. Come summer and the crowd over here has to be seen to be believed. While we are on the topic of desserts, you could even try the delicious Kulfi at Celebrations near Food World. It boasts of more than 80 varieties of kulfis.
If you want to stay off the street food, which as a matter-of-fact is quite difficult to do, you can head to Roti Shotti, on PG Road, opposite Heritage Fresh. Roti Shotti boasts of not just being one of the bigger vegetarian restaurants in the twin cities but the biggest and most happening vegetarian restaurants in town. The menu is composed of delectable items that will excite the taste buds of even the most discerning food lover. Appetisers like Tiranga Paneer Tikka, Potato and Spinach Honey Chilli and Pepper Chilli Corn are worth trying. The main course has a huge choice for paneer lovers. It is not very expensive with a full course meal coming up to no more than Rs 600.
A popular hangout for the youngsters here is Pizza Den. Outside of the chains like Dominos and Pizza Hut, Pizza Den offers some of the best and fresh pizzas in town. Economical and tasty, what they have on offer is their famous Italian pizza, topped with capsicum-tomato-cheese and sprinkled with oregano. While other favourites include Mexican, vegetarian cheese, plain cheese pizzas, desi masala pizza, mushroom veggie, spicy paneer and babycorn supreme. Pizza Den also serves softy ice-creams.
While we may run out of place to list the places Sindhi Colony has to offer, we have to say one thing — the prices on this street is a blessing for every food enthusiast in the city.