Phone: 040 33165170
Address: Plot 1335/A, Road 45, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Time: 12 Noon – 12:30 AM
Meals for two: Rs. 1,600
Cuisines: Continental, Mexican, North Indian, Lebanese, Italian
Facilities: Full Bar Available, Free Wifi, City View, Live Music, Nightlife, Rooftop, Brunch, Smoking Area, Wifi, Live Sports Screening, Restricted Entry, Valet Parking Available
Fat Pigeon brings in delicious food and refined flavors that are demonstrated through well-crafted plates. It’s been just over a year since this watering hole started its operations and there has been no looking back, with the place gaining in popularity for its unique theme and cocktails.
Fat Pigeon-Bar Hop, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad: Decor
The restaurant is spread over 3 sections — an indoor section that houses a quirky bar counter and a dance floor, Al fresco, which has a cafe like ambiance and a terrace, which is a pleasant, open seating area, where you can enjoy your meal under the sky. The perfect acoustics render foot-tapping music and they also have scintillating live music shows every evening. The walls, ceiling, and floor play a major role in the decor, with the walls talking through frames and other ornamentation. The high ceiling gives an illusion of space even during peak hours.
Fat Pigeon-Bar Hop, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad: Food
Great, fresh and light are how they serve their finger food. Their menu comprises of Continental and Asian fare. We tried their Fungus Soup — thick mushroom soup, which is highly impressive. From the appetizer section, we ordered Cheese Balls — golden brown cheese balls which are crispy outside and gooey inside. We also had the Coriander Fat Chicken — fried chicken tossed in coriander herb paste, bell peppers, onion, Arugula salad and roasted garlic mayonnaise, it was an outstanding dish. Lebanese Falafel, Garden Kebab, Mexican Nachos from veggies and Chicken Popcorn, Pork Ribs from non-veg are fast movers.
From the mains, 48 hrs Slow Cooked Lamb is certainly not to be missed. Juicy and flavorful with a hint of kaffir lime, the lamb melts in your mouth and is one of the standout dishes on offer. Next to come was the Clay Pot Chix Pulao. It is served in a clay pot and is aromatic and tasty. We finished off on a high note with Tiramisu and Deconstructed Cheese Cake — it is a magnificent piece of craftsmanship by the chef.
The bar menu consists of a wide collection of beer, scotch, single malt, vodka, gin, brandy, rum and of course, wines. Their signature cocktails worth trying are ‘Comic Shots’ — concoction of whiskey, fruit juice and syrup, and ‘The Nation Wants To Know’ — consists of Bacardi, banana, pineapple and lime juice, vanilla essence and syrup.