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The Link Cafe, Sheraton  Hyderabad Hotel has new menu round the clock

Published: 11th August 2017 10:37 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2017 08:55 AM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: How would you like your coffee mixed with coconut milk around midnight after a tiring journey? Or a bowl of baked Maggi noodles with cheese and garden fresh herbs? There’s more on the new revamped menu of Link Café, Sheraton Hyderabad Hotel for those who want to grab a quick bite or have a plate of chicken-mushroom risotto.The items on the menu don’t cramp the space. Instead they are divided into sections neatly according to the cuisines they belong to.

Those who want a fresh start of their food can try the Caesar Salad with parmesan cheese, bite-sized Romaine lettuce leaves, black olives and cubed onions. They can also try Musclun Green Salad that looks quite colourful with broccoli, butterhead lettuce, baby spinach, zucchini and green peas. Interestingly, chef Amit Dash has fused exotic breads with desi ingredients which are worth trying. Mumbai Masala Toastie with focaccia bread and layers of beetroot slices, capsicum, onion rings, tomatoes and mint chutney was hot, crispy and tasted well when I took a bite of it after a sip of Chai Latte – a blend of Hyderabadi tea and coffee.    

For a perfect Hyderabadi indulgence go for a plateful of Kothu Paratha: shreds of paratha with curry leaves, onions and spices. There was some Old Delhi food as well. We liked Old Delhi Kathi Kebab – lachha paratha filled with chicken tikka, onion rings and mint chutney. You can cap your meal with alcoholic coffees like Piper Coffee concocted with whiskey, coffee, honey and cream. Those who have a blocked nose can go for Nose Warmer a mix of vodka, coffee and caramel.
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