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    Haleem is a traditional dish made with lentils, meat, and wheat, garnished with ghee. It is a popular choice for breaking fast during Ramadan. Café 555 in Hyderabad is known for its Hyderabadi Haleem, which combines traditional Persian cooking techniques to create a flavorful dish. Varieties of haleem include mutton nalli gosht, goat tongue (zubaan), chicken 65, and boiled eggs, offering a range of flavors in one dish.

    Ankita Neelam, a food enthusiast, enjoyed the unique flavors of Persian herbs and Joshida Rogan toppings in the café’s haleem. She mentioned that while haleem is a famous Iranian dish worldwide, the variations in Hyderabad make it truly special.

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    Pista House, with over 40 outlets in the city, is also gearing up to serve haleem during Ramadan. They emphasize maintaining authenticity and consistency in their dish, ensuring that customers get the same taste they know and love. Other popular haleem makers in Hyderabad, such as Café Bahar, Lucky Restaurants, Sarvi, Bawarchi, Shah Ghouse Café, Diamond Hotel, and Bombay Hotel, are also busy preparing to start serving haleem on the first day of Ramadan.

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