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Siaa Pan Indian Restaurant

Jubilee Hills
Plot No. 70, 8-3-293/82/A/70, 4th Floor, Road No. 1, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad
12:00 pm to 03:30 pm, 07:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Price: Rs.800 for two

Cuisine: Mughlai, North Indian

Known for: Neoclassical design

Large Group Friendly
Serves alcohol
Bar area
Valet parking
Air conditioned
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cottoncandy1 - Burrp User


February 15,2013

good food but expensive

went here last week, it had some unique dishes on the menu which were quite good. (one of them was quail i think)
the pricing however is not worth it. too expensive
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ranjith.n - Burrp User


April 22,2010

Awesome ambiance , good food, must try

I was looking for a different restaurant this time around for my party and after a lot of searching found this one. Four families went there. I made a reservation for the sit in close to the huge glass window which offers a good view of the city. The ambiance is great during nights and I'd recommend to visit this restaurant in the evening for casual dining. The first thing that pleases and catches everybody's attention is the huge door which paves the way to the dine-in.
Coming to food, it is expensive for the quantity served, but there are a lot of options to try out. We have ordered chicken tempura, lotus stem, tandoori broccoli. We liked all the starters although I thought kakori kabab was better in Sahib Singh. In the main course, laal maas was good. Kerala paratha was the best and one should definitely try this. Biryanis were not good and had lot of coriander spice.
Now the real one - liquor :P they have a wide range of foreign liquors. Normally I have seen that other restaurants do have them listed in menu but when asked it would not be available. We ordered glenfiddich scotch, grey goose vodka and malibu coconut rum(this was our most sought-after drink). There is a sit out bar little downstairs and all guys took a small break from food, went and had a beer each gossiping and chit-chatting in the sit out and came back for main course.
Three cheers to this restaurant for ambiance, food and liquor It was a great experience overall.
Please take a camera with you, I curse myself for not taking one.
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