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Ruci & Idoni

Banjara Hills
1st Floor, 8-2-594/A/1, Urmila Heights, Opposite Rainbow Hospital, Road 10,, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Open now and till 11:00 pm

Price: Rs.1500 for two

Cuisine: Continental, European, Italian

Known for: Peri Peri Chicken,Thick Shake

Business Dining
Private Area
Valet parking
Large screen
Air conditioned
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Soumma Chandra - Burrp User

Soumma Chandra

November 19,2014

Good food, music and desserts to die for

As soon as you enter, you have a feeling of being at the right place. The dim lights, the perfectly arranged tables and the smiling faces set the perfect mood for you if you are looking forward to some quiet time with your loved one or some quality time with your friends.
Now comes the food. You are spoiled for choice but do not leave without tasting the chicken in piri piri sauce or for that matter the pastas.
The best part about the place that i liked were the desserts. I tried almost all of them during my numerous visits and each one is a winner. The Brownie in a Jar is indeed a jar full of the most delicious chocolate brownie with the right amount of nuts and ice cream. The Awful Awful chocolate makes you feel awfully sinful and you would want to come back for more.
Though it can be a little tight on your pockets at times, you would never regret the experience.
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Sabyasachi Ray Chaudhuri - Burrp User

Good Place for Continental Food

This place was on my wife’s wish list for some time. We had to visit City Centre Mall for some work, and we decided to drop in here after that.

As we entered we found the place nearly empty on a Friday evening, which I found fairly surprising. A special pizza festival was going on at this place – but we were not in the mood for pizzas. Also I had some items shortlisted from my previous visit here. A few friends had specially suggested Rosemary Chicken on their menu.

As we sat down, we saw that a few of my close foodie friends were seated in another table. Shamelessly hopped across and had a bite of whatever they were having. The Chicken chipotle tasted nice, though the chicken quality was a bit fibrous. A bite of cheese pepperoni pizza was pretty decent though.

Coming back, we started ordering. The Raw Mango and Mint Lemonade (Rs 160) is an all time favorite of mine. It tasted as great as ever. The Chicken Bruschetta (Rs 180) – again a favorite from my last visit – was again a winner with the melted mozzarella and cheese topping. My wife was particularly impressed by this.

Coming to main course, we found that the menu has changed and Rosemary Chicken was no longer there. Next wanted to try Cajun Fish – but again it was gone from the menu. Spoke to the Chef who suggested Pescado Veracruzano (Rs 440) – a Mexican fish preparation. My wife, who had a heavy lunch earlier, ordered a light Piri Piri Chicken Burger (Rs 290).

The Piri Piri Burger was served with French fries, salad and a tasty dip. The bread was soft and the fillings were spicy. Would suggest this to anyone who visits the place.

The Pescado Veracruzano was essentially two fillets of fish (whereas the chef said it was murrel, the waiter told me it was basa – it tasted murrel to me) in a Mexican marinade, served with mashed potato, sautéed vegetables and a dip. Everything was good except for the fact that the fish had not drawn in the juice. On enquiry the chef said that the fish was marinated for at least 3 hours. Maybe, the particular fillet acted stubborn and refused to draw in the marinade.

We did not order any dessert as we were quite full at the end of the meal. The bill for the four items came to Rs 1480, inclusive of a 10% service charge.

A decent meal, though not extraordinary.
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