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Vegan delight

Hygienic food and affordable rates make Khana Khazana stand out


LETTUCE LOVERS are spoilt for choice at Khana Khazana, a newly opened multi-cuisine vegetarian eatery at Panjagutta. Actually, the quaintly decorated place is just a good excuse to order another Lacchha Paratha.

For constant carnivores who disdain vegans for lack of culinary diversity, Khana Khazana is a mind-altering experience.

A delectable line up of more than a hundred items on the menu provide for a wholesome gastronomic indulgence, may not be as meaty but definitely delightful. Not difficult to see why the destination teems with people barely a week after it was thrown open for public.

Although located in a busy hub (6-3-452, Panjagutta), Khana Khazana is nevertheless a far cry from the hustle and bustle of its surrounding environs. A welcoming and comfortable ambience without any frills characterises the 100-seater family-friendly restaurant (Telephone: 30913537/8).

The offbeat copper-shine in the walls adds a glow that is complemented with concealed lighting and minimal dιcor suited to soothe one's frayed nerves.

According to the restaurant manager Mitchell D'Souza, "Hygienic food with great taste and affordable rates is what makes Khana Khazana stand out."

For the foodie there is an array of exotic vegetable dishes, like shahi korma, jhalfrezi, paneer malai kofta, chana masala, palak paneer and chilly potato among others.

The main course has a choice of different rice items, such as biryani, jeera pulao, peas pulao, ghee rice, bise belle bhat et al. Choice of bread and Tiffin's is equally delectable.

South Indian and North Indian thalis are priced at Rs. 69 and Rs. 78 respectively and are wonderfully good tasting.

There is so much food that only a good eater can do justice to the stuff that is dished out.

Tablecloths and nice atmosphere make Khana Khazana a nice place to stay for a delicious dessert of Coconut sorbet or Khubani ka Meetha for a sweet sign off to an Epicurean experience.

Smiling faces of the attenders is an infection you would most certainly carry home. Believe us, it helps in better digestion.

SOUVIK CHOWDHURY

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