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Living it up:A customer buying a 'bucket' of biryani from the stall of S.S. Hyderabad Biryani in Broadway.
Living it up:A customer buying a 'bucket' of biryani from the stall of S.S. Hyderabad Biryani in Broadway.

There is good news for biryani lovers. S.S. Hyderabad Biryani, which specialises in authentic Halal foods, is offering biryani food in bucketfuls this Ramzan festival.

S. Abdul Samad, Managing Director of one of the largest chain of traditional biryani restaurants in the city, said that the catering company has come out with innovative marketing of chicken and mutton biryani for consumers, where the ordered food items would be delivered all over the city in hygienically-packed buckets. He said that the catering company has a centralised kitchen at Red Hills for distributing biryani to various parts of the city. “The reason for having a kitchen at Red Hills is that the water quality which is important for preparing tasty biryani foods is good,” he added.

S.S. Hyderabad Biryani was established in 1998 by Mr. Samad when his home-made chicken biryani became a hit among the public in Broadway. Consumers flocked to Mr. Samad’s roadside chicken biryani stall at Broadway before he started a full fledged restaurant at Perambur. Talking about his success in creating a brand in this competitive food market, he said the reason for his success was his mother’s recipe – a recipe brought from her native place from Mysore in Karnataka.

The catering company has experienced cooks who prepared the dishes in the manner prescribed as per Islamic law.

The company has 10 restaurants at Perambur, Peravallur, Tondiarpet, Kaladipet, Triplicane, Royapettah, Thirumullaivoyal, Avadi HVF and NM Road.

For orders contact 9840090070, 9500066669 and 9940021616.

S.S. Hyderabad Biryani has come out with innovative marketing.

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