It will likely be a brand new expertise for these wishing to relish desi meals with typical Telangana flavours.
Cafe Ethnic, a restaurant being run by the Deccan Growth Society (DDS) on this income divisional headquarters, lately received a makeover. Now, it presents more room, is nicely lit and appears each bit fashionable. There may be ample house to organise birthday events too.
The rooftop, lined with iron sheets, has been layered with dry grass for a cooling impact. The home windows are dressed with bamboo blinds.
The menu presents utterly natural meals. The breakfast consists of variations of the standard dosa — however ready with millets. Then there may be idli ready with korra, sama and ragi, millet vada, semiya ragi, multi-grian millet upma, semiy jonna, jonna pongal, jonna upma, yavva ravva upma, yavva puri and millet uttapam.
For drinks, there may be Ambali (candy and salted), jonna ulava soup, buttermilk and lime drink (candy and salted). Coming to sweets, the menu ranges from millet payasam (korra and sama) and laddu (korra, ragi and jonna, minapsunni) and sajja malida and garjalu.
The mains embrace jonna roti, particular roti (sajja, masala, pudina, palak, ragi and sesamum), millet sambar rice, Zaheerbad millet particular biryani, multi-millet pulka and millet thali.
Pakodi, samosa, corn samosa, vegetarian samosa, onion samosa, panner samosa and alu bonda are ready with millets too.
“In the past, the elderly, diabetics and the health conscious used to come and have food at our old centre. Now, it has completely changed. Youngsters and office-goers have been visiting. Families are encouraging their young members to taste this food. We are also getting orders for meetings and marriages. We have been able to improve our sales maifold,” B. Srinivas Reddy of Cafe Ethnic instructed The Hindu.