Rayalaseema Ruchulu (literarily means "The Tastes of Rayalaseema") was founded in 2003 by a team of young entrepreneurs originating from the region with a mission to.
"Introduce the connoisseurs of cosmopolitan Hyderabad to the authentic and spicy culinary delights of the Rayalaseema cuisine which has its own distinctive taste, taking all necessary steps to ensure strong presence of home touch."
Over the years Rayalaseema Ruchulu has grown into a chain comprising of 3 restaurants at Hyderabad. It's friendly menu got umpteenth ethnic culinary delights of Rayalaseema to serve its gourmets at Ameerpet, Jubilee Hills and lakdi ka pul. Each restaurant has a capacity to serve over 150 guests at any point in time with add-on services in tastefully decorated air-conditioned environment that depicts the culture of the region.
It is only after globalization of India that the world is truly appreciating the amazing diversity of cuisine that Indian society offers. Despite the similarity of spices and staples used in different regions of our country, the recipes and preparation processes differ so much that each cuisine stands out in its own classification with respect to taste, appearance and serving style.
Carte du jour at Rayalaseema Ruchulu, amongst its several dishes also include regional specialties like Kamju Vepudu (Quail), Brain fry, liver fry, Natu Kodi Pulusu, Chapala Pulusu, Gutti Vankaya, Bakshalu and Prawn Iguru, which are served in combination with regional breads (rotis) like Sajja or Jonna (Jawar) rotis and Raagi sankati etc for an authentic feel of Rayalaseema robustness.
Currently there are No Reviews