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Tulips, The Green Park

Hotel Green Park, Begumpet, Hyderabad
07:00 am to 02:30 am

Price: Rs.1400 for two

Cuisine: Mughlai, Punjabi, South Indian, Chinese, Biryani

Known for: Biryani

Large Group Friendly
Valet parking
Air conditioned
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Siddharth Moghe - Burrp User

Siddharth Moghe

February 17,2014

Chandni Chowk to Chennai Train Hijacked Midway

I was part of the Paratha, Dosa Biryani Fest nickname Chandni Chown to Chennai I believe , at Tulips Green Park. The menu was as below

1.Tomato Pepper rasam
2.Yakhani Shorba

Starters: 01 Veg & 01 non veg
Welcome drinks – 2 types

1.Masala Dosa
2.Paneer masala Dosa
3.Davangere Bene dosa
4.Soya Dosa
5.Ragi Dosa

1.Kheema Dosa
2.Ceylon Omlette dosa
3.Pepper chicken Dosa

1.Gobi Paratha
2.Methi Paratha
3.Mewari Paratha
4.Chukandar paratha
5.Trikon Paratha

1.Murtaba Paratha
2.Ande ka Paratha
3.Travancore Kuttu Partha

1.Chettinad Kaikari birinji Biryani
2. Jack Fruit Biryani

1.Murgh Dum Biryani
2.Andhra Kodi Pulao
3.Kachi Gosht ki Biryani

1.Bangaladumpa Khorma
2.Mirpakai Pattani curry
3.Baigan Mirch Ka salan
4.Tomato Pappu
5.Paneer mirch masala
6.Bhindi Pineapple curry

1.Nellore Chapalla Pulusu
2.Mutton rogan josh
3.Rogani Murgh
4.Guddu Iguru

Sambar/Coconut chutney/Pudina chutney/Karvepaku chutney/ Ginger chutney/Tomato kosthu/Brinjal Kosthu/Lasooni tehca/Kaikari pachadi/Velliri pachadi/Velulli podi/Kara podi, Murabba – 02 types.

F.Regular Spread
Plain rice/Curd rice/Curd/Papad/curd chilli/ Mix veg raitha/ Boondi raitha/ Burhani raitha.

Indian Dessert – 08 types
Fruits – 03 types
Ice cream – 03 types

I had landed up on purpose, half an hour earlier to do some shooting because I missed taking my camera out during such events.

Tulips is very pedestrian as compared to;Once upon a time. While there is a minimal ambiance, I was really looking forward to the food.

The starters of baby corn and meatballs were ordinary. The meat balls tasted funny or probably I did not acquire the taste to relish what was on offer. The mock-tails were very refreshing , although it was a very old concoction.

The obvious highlights of the evening were the dosas for me, especially the Ceylon omelette dosa and the murtaba paratha.

None of biryani's wowed me. The star of the evening which was suppose to be the jack fruit biryani also did nothing to make me want to eat it again.

However, the rogan josh ( made in Hyderabadi style ) and rogani murgh along with the parathas mentioned above hit off very well.

Most of the eating was done through the lens. Of all the items on the buffet, I ate hardly a few, but what I ate was just about decent and nothing wow.

I did choose not to give feedback on the spot because a lot of it was being given and there was no point in mine being lost in the melee.

Will go again for the regular affair, if its a food fest - i will continue to have reservations about it./
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Soumabha  RayChaudhuri - Burrp User

Soumabha RayChaudhuri

December 04,2013

Hyderabadi Culinary Cascade

We decided to go to Tulip for the Hyderabadi Culinary Cascade. As one of my friend was coming directly from office, we landed there at 8 pm itself and were quickly seated by the hospitable Mr. Srikanth.

The soup and starters was delivered at the table. We had Murgh Shorba with Fish Fry followed by Cabbage Pakoda. The Murgh Shorba was a pretty good and had the right amount of spice and tangyness. The Fish Fry was basically the fish part of Fish N Chips. They gave a green pudina chutney which tasted well with it, but as we know the white sauce always steals the show.

Coming to the main course - we had Haleem, Chicken Curry and Mutton Biriyani. Haleem was excellent, it was not the part meat part gravy one that you find in Sarvi but the firmly ground one. It had a great flavour and it took 3 plateful helpings to satiate my fondness for it. The Mutton Biriyani was of typical Hyderabadi style though the mutton pieces did have a bit too many bones. I guess the rest of the mutton was used for the haleem and only the bony pieces had remained. Nevertheless, it was a beautiful treat and complimented the naan-chicken curry combo.

After a second helping of everything, I retired to the desserts and was very impressed by the spread. I generally don't eat all types of desserts but was surprised to see all my favourite kinds lined up together. I dug into the Gulab Jamun while still filling my plate with papaya and pineapple. The Tomato Halwa deserves a special mention and a extra special serving too. It was covered with dry fruits and the smell of pure ghee from sweets is always a turn on for every foodie. There were 2 flavours of ice-cream - Strawberry and Vanilla. They had also tried papaya Murabba but it hadn't come out that good.
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