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Comfort Food with a Twist

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Inside a new restaurant serving new-age Indian cuisine

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A new restaurant opens every single day, so how does one stay ahead of the curve? By reinventing the familiar and infusing it with the zest of the new. As we dined at Zila, the answer presented itself. This new restaurant located in District 150 of Hitech City, serves progressive Indian cuisine with panache. 

Chef Krishna Chaitanya says, “The idea is to serve familiar foods with a twist We wanted to make sure that no one leaves here without being surprised.” The interiors of the space are well done and the cozy seating is for around 35 people, but the wicker chairs and the lovely ambience make it a great place to unwind. 

The surprise starts with an old appetizer – Kachumber – refashioned as a fusion of salad and soup. A broad dish was presented containing a small heap of meticulously arranged, slender vegetable curls at its core. Sip on the refreshing cucumber and tomato blend while enjoying the crisp cucumber strips adorned with cherry tomatoes and a dressing of chaat masala. 

We also sampled Tacos featuring pulled jackfruit, elegantly presented on Malabari Parottas. The combination of bold flavors and the lingering aftertaste of the parotta resonated well, making the tacos a standout hit at our table. The Kulcha that came next was also delightful and served with Kacha Aam and Cranberry Chutney. 

Tacos with the Mutton Boti Masala as the non-vegetarian starter was absolutely delish, with well-cooked meat. For the main course, try the Not Regular Khichdi, which comes from quinoa that is taken to another dimension with yoghurt and achar. The best part is that the dish is very easy on the palate. The Succulent Lamb Chops was the final dish of the evening which was served with potatoes and was excellent in both taste and flavor, making every morsel enticing. 

In keeping with the tone of the restaurant, even the dessert was a complete surprise. Chai, which was a masala chai served with an Assam Tea Mousse and Salted Osmania Crumble was an unusual dessert but also one of the most delicious! 

The portion sizes are small so do keep that in mind while ordering and since the dishes are unique, do take help of the staff who are both knowledgeable and helpful. 

Meal for two: Rs 3,000 

Gate 6, Salarpuria Sattva, Knowledge City 

Tel: 89778 6192 

Timings: 9 am to 11 pm

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