Just Missed – Vegetarian Haleem At Pista House

23 Sep

Updated Post: 25 September, 2008

Come the month of Ramzaan and the whole of Hyderabad is busy gorging on the favourite dish in this month—Haleem. But it is only people who eat meat who enjoy the delicacy. For people who do not eat meat they hardly have any alternative. But that was until a few years ago when Pista House started offering the vegetarian variety also. As far as I am informed it is the only place where you get Vegetarian Haleem.

My intial plan was to taste haleem (the regular non-veg variety) at the most popular places in Hyderabad. Then vegetarian haleem was not even on my agenda. However, my curiosity about what goes into a vegetarian haleem and how it tastes got the better of me and I decided to taste vegetarian haleem also this year. And yesterday was my chance to try it out.

We (Akhil, Prasanthi, Ram and I) went to the Old City to try out the haleem at Hotel Shah Ghouse, the surprise package of this year. My plan was to taste the haleem at Hotel Shah Ghouse and then proceed to Pista House’s main outlet near charminar to try vegetarian haleem. It was around 8 p.m by the time we reached the place. Unfortunately for us the vegetarian haleem was over by that time. Dejected, we ordered a plate of the regular haleem and started digging into it. The taste was almost similar to the one we had from its outlet in Babu Khan Mall, Somajiguda, the only difference being the amount of ghee served at the main outlet. We literally scooped out a few spoons of the ghee before we finished off the plate.

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8 Responses to “Just Missed – Vegetarian Haleem At Pista House”

  1. Chittaranjan 23 September 2008 at 8:22 pm #

    And what about the Vegetarian Haleem? You seem to have forgotten it after the first line 😛

  2. Santhosh 23 September 2008 at 8:38 pm #

    That is all I have about the Vegetarian Haleem. More details to follow once I taste it.

  3. sriniani 24 September 2008 at 8:08 am #

    But the title seems to be misleading.

  4. Chittaranjan 24 September 2008 at 1:26 pm #

    My bad! I thot u *already* had Veg Haleem and were writing about it! As Sriniani sez, the title is indeed misleading!

  5. Prasanthi 24 September 2008 at 4:32 pm #

    Though you wanted to taste Veg haleem and started with that, the topic got diverted to NV. That is the taste of Mutton / Chicken haleem. YUMMY YUMMY 🙂

  6. aalasanthosh 25 September 2008 at 11:55 am #

    @Chittu, Sriniani, Prasanthi: Fixed the post now.

  7. Chittaranjan 25 September 2008 at 4:43 pm #

    But still no ‘review’ of Veg Haleem! 😦

  8. aalasanthosh 25 September 2008 at 6:10 pm #

    I might have missed it but will definitely taste one and post the review.

    BTW, did you ever taste vegetarian haleem?

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