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WOW! puts together a list of haleem places, with more taste and less hype 

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1. Hotel Nayaab, Chatta Bazar: A traditional destination for Hyderabadi food, it has perhaps the best local breakfast that you get in the city. They have been preparing the Hyderabadi version of haleem for the last 30 years, and it is popular among the residents of the old city. Their haleem is known for its fine texture, spice laden taste and abundant meat. Nayapool Road Tel: 040 2457 7656 Price: Starts at Rs 250 onwards 

2. Pakwaan Grand, Gachibowli: Mashhad Haleem is the signature dish of Pakwaan Grand. It draws its inspiration from Mashhad city in Iran. A different recipe with chunky mutton pieces, cream, dry fruits, and even Chicken 65 make this variant a top choice for many food lovers, especially in the Cyberabad area. They also make the usual Mutton Haleem and Irani Chicken. Lumbini Avenue, Old Mumbai Highway Tel: 092073 44144 Price: Starts at Rs 250 onwards 

3. Grill 9, Karkhana: Grill 9 trends for its Bahubali Haleem, a version it launched in 2021. The haleem is topped with Chicken Kabab, Patthar ka Gosht, and bone marrow, and a plate can cater to up to four people. For the last decade they have been serving Supreme Haleem and Irani Haleem. Opp Pulla Reddy Sweets, Tel: 040 49532486 Price: Starts Rs 250 onwards, chicken or other variants: Rs 170 onwards The Holy month of Ramzan is here (begins March 10) and it is time to go haleem hunting again. Like Charminar and biryani, haleem is something that Hyderabad is known for. Made from broken wheat, meat, spices and ghee in a time-consuming process, haleem is a legacy of Hyderabad’s close connection with the Middle-Eastern countries. It is a complete food that helps regain strength after long hours of fasting during Ramzan. While the well-known Hyderabadi places like Pista House, Shadab, Café 555, Green Park and Shah Ghouse are popular destinations, on the other side of the spectrum are a few thousand outlets that come up during Ramzan to cater to the huge demand for this dish. Here we look at some very special haleem places from various parts of the city that have carved out a niche for themselves and can be explored for a different experience this summer. The prices (per bowl) are indicative and may change based on the cost of the mutton, chicken, ghee and other ingredients. 

4. Subhan Bakery, Nampally: The prominent outlet known for their biscuits and Dum Ka Roat have started offering haleem since last year. Their product has really turned out to be a hit with food lovers, immediately after its launch. The haleem here is extremely flavourful with a mild taste. Good quantity of meat and dry fruits make the item even more special. Bazar Ghat, Mallepally Tel: 040 23317571 Price: Rs 250 onwards 

5. Mandar, Yousuf Tekdi: The haleem here is home-style with less spices, different from the usual fare you get in the city. They maintain a good wheat-meat ratio ensuring that the dish is protein rich. Abundant ghee with fried onions, eggs and cashew nuts further enriches the dish. It is a crowd favorite due to its balanced flavors and texture. Yousuf Tekdi Complex, Toli Chowki Tel: 040 23562274 Price: Rs 250 onwards, other variants Rs 180-200

6. Saleem Ki Haleem, Shantinagar: This haleem has really been the breakout star in the last three years. Promoted by actor Mast Ali, well-known as Saleem Pheku the character he has played, the haleem is made using ‘potla’ meat, which gives a brownish color to the dish. Their customers vouch for its authentic taste. Opp Mahavir Hospital, Masab Tank Tel: 77996 66637 Price: Rs 250 onwards 

7. Biryaniwalla & Co, Banjara Hills: Replete with dry fruits, boiled egg and chunks of mutton, the haleem of Biryaniwalla is a recent favorite. The balance in flavors and home like taste are instrumental in this haleem having a lot of fan following. Apart from the haleem, their biryani deserves a mention, a must try! Besides TV9 Office, Tel: 040 66668111 Price: Rs 250 onwards 8. Hotel Rumaan, Charminar and Tolichowki: Rumaan has multiple branches and is one of the most favored destinations for its haleem. The price here is more reasonable than other places, as you have a choice of different meats. The reason people in the old city prefer this haleem is its consistency. It has a strong meaty taste with not too much of ghee. MCH Colony, Toli Chowki, Tel: 83099 62553; Price: Rs 170 onwards for non-mutton variants 

8. Hotel Rumaan, Charminar and Tolichowki: Rumaan has multiple branches and is one of the most favored destinations for its haleem. The price here is more reasonable than other places, as you have a choice of different meats. The reason people in the old city prefer this haleem is its consistency. It has a strong meaty taste with not too much of ghee. MCH Colony, Toli Chowki, Tel: 83099 62553; Price: Rs 170 onwards for non-mutton variants

HOME CHEFS

Over the last few years few of the home chefs and cloud kitchens have started delivering some excellent haleem at our doorsteps. 

1. Mom’s Homemade Food, Anjum’s Kitchen and SB Haleem are some of the trusted brands in this space. The prices are at par with other haleem outlets, but the quality and texture of home chefs are superior. • Mom’s Homemade Food, Al Hasnath Colony, Toli Chowki Tel: 85000 61658. Price: Starts at Rs 250 onwards. Delivery fee depends on the order 

2• Anjum’s Kitchen, Brindavan Colony, Toli Chowki Tel: 99082 43017; Delivery fee applicable but may be waived off depending on the order size 

3• SB Haleem, Daulat Gulshan Colony, Surya Nagar Tel: 98856 07864. Price: Starts at Rs 250 onwards. Delivery fee depends on the order size

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