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    During the month of Ramzan in Hyderabad, the Old City is the place to be for food lovers. The streets are filled with lights, people, and various food joints offering a wide range of delicious dishes like dum biryani, haleem, kebabs, tala huagosht, mutton marag, malaipaya, warqi paratha, and pathar-ka-gosht. Foodies from all over the city come to enjoy these mouth-watering treats.

    Ramzan is a time for people to come together to pray, fast, and feast. The tradition of breaking fast, or Iftar, with family and friends over a warm meal is what makes Ramzan in Hyderabad truly special. This tradition brings people closer and creates a unique bond among them.

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    During Ramzan, various areas of the city like Charminar, HussainiAlam, Mallepally, Azampura, Tolichowki, Lakdi-ka-pul, Malakpet, and Banjara Hills come alive with temporary food stalls offering a vibrant scene filled with different dishes and bustling crowds. One of the most popular dishes during this time is pathar-ka-gosht, which becomes a favorite after haleem.

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    Many famous food joints in Hyderabad serve delicious dishes like Al-Akbar’s chicken 65, Shahran’s seekh kebabs, Royal’s fish, and Nayab’s kheema-gurda-kaleji. Taj’s in Azampura, Babji Ka Ghota in Mallepally, Al Farooj in Hussainialam, and the kebabs in Tolichowki are known for their mutton marag and pathar-ka-gosht. Each area has its own unique flavors and stories to tell through its dishes.

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    Restaurants like Taj’s KK Restaurant in Azampura offer a wide variety of dishes including pathar-ka-gosht and various kebabs. Owners of these food joints have noticed that not only Muslims but also people from other communities visit to enjoy the delicacies during Ramzan. The food culture during this time attracts a diverse group of visitors.

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    From vegetarian to non-vegetarian dishes available only during Ramzan, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Restaurants and hotels in the city also serve sehri, a pre-dawn meal, with dishes like malaipaya and tandoori roti, Hyderabadi khichdi with kheema, and mutton dalcha. Popular outlets like Hotel Nayab, Shadab near Madina, Shah Ghouse in Tolichowki, and Pista House draw large crowds during this time.

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