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There’s never a dull moment if you happen to be at Road No 36 on Jubilee Hills, what with such a swish list of cafés and lounges, eateries and restaurants to pick from. We have here some of the best all-day dining places in Hyderabad. 

Farzi Café

Farzi Cafe indoors

Everything spells chic here but in an ultra casual way for you to enjoy the relaxed vibe. Whether dining indoors or outside, you are in the midst of classy yet simple décor and eating off artsy cutlery. Featuring Indian food with enough of a crazy twist, the menu is a surprise on every section. We are talking of good ol’ khichdi served as a risotto or Parle G cheesecake that’s indeed lip smacking and reinvented malpua made of aerated rabri that melts in the mouth  

AddressOpposite Chutneys, Road No. 36, Jubilee Hills
Contact: 040 2310 8888 
Opening hours: 12 noon 
Noise levels: Peppy music by day and upbeat by evening
Service: Excellent 
Recommended dishes: Dal chawal arancini, Bhutte ki tikki, Shahi haleem risotto 
Price for two: Rs 1,800 plus taxes (exclusive of alcohol) 

iHow Café

Outdoor seating

The café at O2 spa’s villa property in Jubilee Hills is reminiscent of a Bali getaway, what with the décor featuring a water body where the tables are laid out and the greenery around. The menu is all about healthy food that is made interesting, along with the nutritional information mentioned under each dish. Have a spinach and pineapple soup for healthy skin with Beetroot and chicken kibbeh that has ingredients for boosting brain health. The salads are fresh and filling and have names such as ChlorophyllThe main course offers delights like Whole wheat and oats pancake and biryani made essentially with cauliflower, amazing for bone health. Finish off with a dessert or an in-house detox, calming or digestive tea.  

Address: O2 Spa, Beside Croma, Road No. 36, Jubilee Hills
Contact: +91 90321 50202
Opening hours: 7 am 
Noise levels: Light music 
Service: Excellent. Recommendations on request
Recommended dishes: Coriander and methi hummus, Cauliflower biryani, Fish vindaloo 
Price for two: Rs 1000 plus taxes 

Van Lavino

Macarons

It’s a happy vibe at Van Lavino with a plush drawing room feel all across, with the seating comfortable enough to lose track of time. Settle down for a sumptuous platter of walnut pesto pasta at this dining place in Hyderabad. Or opt for one of their wholesome sandwiches or crepes, both of which are reasons to return. Pair these with something from their exotic herbal tea collection. The richly aromatic Firdaus containing a subtle hint of saffron is a must have. The wide variety of desserts laid all around the patisserie will leave you feeling totally spoilt for choice.  

Address: Shop No. 4, SL Jubilee, Road No. 36, Jubilee Hills 
Contact: 040 2355 9770
Opening hours: 10 am 
Noise levels: Pleasant music
Service: Excellent
Recommended dishes: Lebanese herb chicken and greens, Asian grilled chicken in brown sauce
Price for two: Rs 1,200 plus taxes  

Concu

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Desserts

The dining places in Hyderabad list would be incomplete without Concu. Concu looks as appealing as a cake box. This charming café and dessert parlour is a place where you can indulge yourself to casual dining fare with the desserts being exotic enough to look like little artworks in themselves. Start with one of their fresh salads or pick a healthy vegetarian or non-veg wholesome fresh bowl. Besides burgers, their pizzas and grilled sandwiches are worth ordering a bit extra. If you’d rather have a pasta, try the Cream cheese basil pesto that is as light as it is tasty. Seared cilantro fish is an excellent pick as well for its subtle flavouring and wholesome taste.

Address: Plot 738, Road No. 37, Jubilee Hills 
Contact: 99858 00031
Opening hours: 12 noon 
Noise levels: Light music 
Service: Excellent. Personalised service
Recommended dishes: Cucina’s garlic bread, Jalepenos and cream cheese bagel, Honey and rosemary grilled chicken 
Price for two: Rs 1000 plus taxes 

Aura Café

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Aura Café interiors

The Aura Café is the kind of place that can leave you feeling relaxed on a stressed day or pep up a dull afternoon, with its lovely outdoor seating and interiors that can transport you to a café street in France. Their breakfast menu is a wide selection of set platters, ranging from a Middle-Eastern choice to a Parsi one. The food here leans towards healthy with the menu featuring Kale and vegetable soup to begin with or the Aura house salad, containing a large variety of fresh seasonal vegetables. Try a ragi-based pizza that will leave you feeling light yet fulfilled. Among the desserts, Brownie tower with homemade ice cream can be a minor love affair in itself.  

Address: Plot 280 A, Road 10 C, Jubilee Hills 
Contact: +91 99660 30304
Opening hours: 9 am 
Noise levels: Light music 
Service: Excellent  
Recommended dishes: Mozzarella cigars, Corn dogs, Jamaican style Shepard’s pie 
Price for two: Rs 1,600 plus taxes 

Beyond Coffee

It’s called Beyond Coffee since it is indeed more than a café and doubles up as an art gallery. As you wait for your order to arrive, look around the art and it’s easy to be creatively inspired or simply remain happily engaged. The outdoors with the thatched roof gazebos are particularly nice in the evenings. Beyond Coffee is a go to place for breakfast meetings or a quick coffee before work in the mornings. During the day, treat yourself to one of their art-inspired mocktails like Van Gogh wonder or Monet’s magic! Pasta and avocado salad is a light meal in itself or pick from a small but tasty selection of pizzas. From the main course, Mushroom and broccoli risotto is a delicious pick, while Thyme and sage grilled chicken breast is cooked to perfection with wholesome flavours.   

Address: Plot 237, Road No 36, Jubilee Hills 
Contact: 040 2354 5359
Opening hours: 7 am 
Noise levels: Peppy music 
Service: Very good. Orders are sometimes delayed but certainly worth the wait!
Recommended dishes: Grilled lamb chop, Pan-seared herb fish, Brown rice vegetable paella 
Price for two: Rs 850 plus taxes   

Café Kikaboni

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Quick bites

It’s all about healthy sustainable living at the Kikaboni store and the café upstairs offers the same organic experience. A small cozy space, this is where you can spend a full afternoon with a book, sipping on one of their lovely coffees or a fresh fruit smoothie. The fragrant herbal teas are refreshing and calming. The small menu mostly offers soups and salads besides light bite sandwiches. Their Sprout and Crispy chicken salads are as delicious as they are healthy. Definitely one of the best dining places in Hyderabad. 

Address: 805/2, Road No. 36, Jubilee Hills 
Contact: +91 99498 25000
Opening hours: 9.30 am 
Noise levels: Quiet 
Service: Very good
Price for two: Rs. 600 plus taxes 

Autumn Leaf Café

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Outdoor seating

Converted from a house, Autumn Leaf Café is perfect to spend time at, for the abundant greenery around and happy vibe of the place. It’s great for groups or a date, or simply find yourself a corner table in the garden for a solitary afternoon. Last heard, you could bring along a pet too and the folks here would be only too happy. On offer is a selection of set breakfast options besides a good list of salads, including a peppy quinoa salad and Bocconcini salad. Chicken souvlaki is another must have with its delicious tzakziki dip. The main course selection includes delights like Blackened and Spice-rubbed tenderloin, both of which are richly flavoursome. The slow pressed fresh fruit juices, herbal teas and a good selection of coffees are great to pick from too. 

Address: Plot 823, Road No. 41, Off Road No. 36, Jubilee Hills 
Contact: 040 2355 0986
Opening hours: 9 am 
Noise levels: Peppy music 
Service: Good. A little late sometimes but you don’t mind, considering the lovely ambience.
Recommended dishes: Hungarian mushroom soup, Pear salad with candied walnut and blue cheese dressing, Pulled lamb burger 
Price for two: Rs 1,200 plus taxes

Mona Ramavat

When she’s not conjuring up stories as a writer, journalist and freelance filmmaker Ramavat is a professional tarot card reader and reiki master.