Address: 4th floor, No. 550-F, Aryans building, Road Number 92, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033 India
Time: 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
Meals for two: Rs. 1,600
Cuisines: North Indian, Chinese, Thai, Asian, Mughlai, Italian, Pizza
Facilities: Home Delivery, Full Bar Available, Smoking Area, Valet Parking Available, Outdoor Seating
One is sure to be spellbound while sipping a glass of wine and dining under the twinkling stars; an experience that is rare, but possible at So. The Sky Kitchen. It’s a roof-top restro overlooking picturesque KBR Park with a fine-dine setup serving global cuisine with a fusion twist.
So. The Sky Kitchen, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad: DECOR
The ambience is pleasant and attractive. Interiors are tastefully done and the outdoor is equally fascinating and enticing. The wooden ceiling adds character to the whole ambiance and so does the well-spaced, comfy seating. The outdoor has a lot of shrubs installed with an open view of the KBR park and the dimly-lit sections for those romantic evenings coupled with foot-tapping live music is definitely worth a visit.
So. The Sky Kitchen, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad: FOOD
The menu is well laid out and has three sections — European, Asian and Indian. From the Indian section we tried the flavorful Tandoori Mushroom and the juicy and spicy Bhatti da Murgh, for starters. They both were decent. The Greek Salad with classic feta cheese and watermelon was moderately impressive. Other exciting appetizers include Chicken Crostini, Schezwan Chilly Baby Corn and Sliced Chicken in Basil Sauce to name a few.
Moving to the entree, we were impressed with the selection on the menu but stuck to the European and Asian sections. The Spicy Grilled Fish was well marinated and had the perfect garlicky and herbs flavor to it. Pizza Mediterranean had the perfect crust and toppings. While the wok-tossed prawns with Asian veggies had the right balance of flavors and textures, the Burmese Khousuey with Burmese curry noodles spiced with coconut milk and an array of condiments, was equally noteworthy. A few notable mains from the Indian fare include Murgh Tikka Labaabdaar and So Special Mutton Amitsari Kulcha.
For the desserts we tried the Dark Chocolate Brownie. It hit all the right notes with perfect consistency, taste and colour. They also serve Kulfi with flavour of the day which is worth trying.