Hyderabad House commenced its popular month-long food festival, Zaiqa-e-Ramzan – the event was inaugurated by Mr. A.K. Khan, IPS, DGP, Anti-Corruption Bureau.
After the overwhelming response received for Zaiqa-e-Ramzan, which went viral on social media and saw people thronging to the unique food festival, Hyderabad House has added a second location for diners to visit this Ramzan. Khilwat Grounds near the beautiful Chowmahalla Palace in Old City shall be the 2nd venue hosting Zaiqa-e-Ramzan, in addition to the original venue at Rayyan Function Hall at Pillar # 47, Mehdipatnam.
Under one roof you can find an extensive spread comprising of over 40 original gastronomic delights loaded with all the flavors of Hyderabad. The venue is a visual delight with bright red counters serving individual dishes, with the aromas of fresh food inviting you to try every single item on the menu. Find favorites like Biryani and Haleem as well as Pathar ka Gosht, Paya Shorba, Kaleji, Kheema, Talahua Gosht and traditional desserts in the live cooking stalls at both locations.
A family friendly ambience, conscious of hygiene and cleanliness, Zaiqa-e-Ramzan is easy on the pocket and caters to everyone. Starting on the first day of Ramzan (7th June) and held until Eid (6th
July), Zaiqa-e-Ramzan is open to the public, everyday from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m., i.e. from Iftar to Sehri.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Khalil Ahmed, Managing Director, Food Krafters and Services LLPsaid, “We got an overwhelming response to Zaiqa-e-Ramzan last year. On popular demand, especially from old city, we are adding a new venue at Khilwat Grounds for Zaiqa-e-Ramzan. Additionally, we are also focusing on increasing our distribution of Hyderabad House Haleem. So it will now be available at 35 select Heritage Retail Outlets and 125 select UBCL Bakeries in Hyderabad. Mr. Pradeep Khosla, a celebrated chef and the CEO of Hyderabad House has personally curated each and every item that is served at this widely popular Ramzan Food Festival. We expect an even greater response to Zaiqa-e-Ramzan this year.” (Jun 6, 2016)