“When Life gives you a thousand reasons to cry, show Life your Biryani is worth a thousand smiles“
Most Indians resonate with this sentiment, of course. The legendary Indian love of Biryani remains unsurpassed. Each part of the country has its own unique style, its own spice mix, its own flavour, rice, and recipe. From the regal Biryani of Oudh to the rustic charms of Dindugal Biryani, from Kolkata’s fragrant elegance to Hyderabad’s decadence – Biryani divides and unites the country. If you are in Indore – the street food capital of India – your love of Biryani is nurtured and fanned by some of the best possible eateries in town. If you are a local and love heading out to Sarafa bazaar – the hub of Indore’s culinary medley – or if you are suffering hunger pangs at your girl’s PG in Indore , here are some of the best biryani joints you may want to explore.
When hunger pangs start to trouble and you look for the best Biryani place closest to your girl’s PG in Vijay Nagar, you must visit Sardags Biryaniz. Sardar G’s Special Subz- E- Dum Biryani (for vegetarians) and Chicken 65 Dum Biryani (for chicken aficionados) are just what you have been waiting for.
Behrouz Royal Biryani is a well-known biryani brand in many cities of India but the Old Palasia Indore branch does have its own flavour and magic. Pick from the best of Chicken Awadhi Biryani, Murgh Queema, Kefta Biryani, Dum Gosht Biryani, Murgh Afghani Tikka Biryani, and many more. Pair it up with the most delightful kebabs too.
Located at Sudama Nagar, The Biryani Life is perfect for biryani lovers who love Hyderabadi and Lucknowi Biryani. This restaurant is open only for delivery but is ranked very high on hygiene standards.
Here’s another biryani brand that has a nationwide presence and a great dine-in option at Vijay Nagar, Indore. Biryani by Kilo offers the authentic Kabab and Biryani experience with a range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. The korma and curries and the mind boggling desserts add to the beauty of your biryani meal.
Nafees Restaurant in Old Palasia is known for its elegant dine-in experience. This is the best place for a Mughlai and biryani meal with friends and family.
Al Fazl is a tiny outlet with no seating facility. But the regulars who takeaway biryani and seekh kabab from Al Fazl swear by its flavour and authenticity.
Indore’s street food is a food connoisseur’s delight. The sheer variety of foods, the different flavour profiles to be found in the small eateries of the city are mind-boggling. Sarafa market is particularly well known for its food outlets. If you plan to visit Indore and experience its rich culture, you may want to browse our listings for affordable hostels in Indore with the price of accommodation.