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Good food hub

Drop in at Sangeet for some `Peetala pulusu', `Dum biryani' and `Chicken shaslik'

Photo: P.V. Sivakumar

THIS IS a place for those late lunches and early suppers. And for some home style Andhra lunch - Mudda pappu, avakaya, neyyi, karam podi and curd chilly. The fine dining restaurant also offers Chicken corn soup, Tomato shorba, Paneer tikka, Chicken shaslik and Dum biryani.

A brainchild of Choudary. K, a software engineer turned restaurateur, Sangeet is the new multi-cuisine option for food buffs. The location, slightly off the Ameerpet hub is another USP, as also the valet parking.

Much like the name, the dιcor is replete with paintings of musical instruments with a dash of frosted glasswork and veneers, and cosy furniture that reminds you of antique dresser chairs.

The bar wears a rather festive look with a copper finish. So, one gets to have Pina colada, fruit punch, champagne and red wine, with Murgh malai kebab and boiled peanuts, before moving on to the main course. The cuisine is diverse, from a mild kebab to a spicy tikka, as also regional delicacies Peetala pulusu, Kamju pitta vepudu and Dum biryani. "We also have speciality cuisines such as Peshawari Rustom kebab and Shanghai dumpling with exotic cheese filling," explains Gayatri. M, food consultant.Discounts for students (flash your identity card for proof) and a private dining room for kitty parties are some options that the place offers.

"We plan to add more cuisine to the list such as saffron flavoured kebabs. Plus we will be introducing happy hours shortly," says Choudary. Overall, the spread is delectable, never mind the spelling mistakes on the menu.

SYEDA FARIDA

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