In Hyderbad, Eat here!

From roadside eateries to star hotels; from breakfast to midnight biryanis; and from mexican cuisine to hyderabadi; this blog attempts to provide you short reviews for all the places I have eaten so far in Hyderabad!

Without much further ado, if you are looking for reviews of restaurants in Hyderabad by Alphabetic order(I have 228 so far!),
click here.

Needless to say, there will be continous updates, and the list is never final! Happy eating!

PS: My apologies to the vegetarians, I very rarely eat veg outside :), so very few recommendations!

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Gokul Chat

Actually the must eat item I'd recommend here is not any chat item, but the Rs.5 ka Softy Ice Cream!!! Do NOT leave the place without eating it! This is one of the places that still give us this ice cream :D!

And now coming to the chat items, whatever this place serves is special! Hence its stature as the best place to have chat. My personal favorites are the Bhel Puri, Sev Puri, Bhajji, and Pani Puri. This place is always very crowded, and this was one of the main reasons this place was attacked by terrorists. Students never miss to eat here, because this is located right in the middle of multiple book stores. And once you eat here, you will want to come back again and again for sure!

Location: Koti

Cuisine: Chat

Cost for two: Rs.80 – 100/-!


A Confused soul said...

I ate there once when I was a little girl and absolutely loved the chat items. I always make it a point to eat here whenever I am in hyderabad....

Nice blog.... and the title is soooo true atleast for foodies like me :)

Sandeep said...

U mention the name of Gokul Chat and here goes the menu.......

Ragada Cutlet and Dahi Puri per head.

Any Hyderabadi wud guarantee these two are the best ones found anywhere in hyderabad!!!!

No Mist said...

sorry to prick the balloon but i think that Gokul Chat fellows are extremely rude. moreover they are discriminatory too. I have been there only once and I saw them misbehaving very badly with a person (who was with his little daughter or son, I don't remember) who was visibly not very well-off. It was as if they did not want to serve him ... used filthy language with him in front of all other customers. He had already paid for the chaat and was waiting for it to be ready. The guys on the other side were outraged that some poor folk has dared to buy chaat from them.

It left a very bad taste in me at least. I resolved that however good bad or heavenly their chaat might be, I am never going to visit them again.