What you see - Oysters Blue restaurant is easy to miss unless you are really looking for it. But enter the place and it overpowers you with its soft ambiance. Hues of blue and green complemented with aqua wall hangings, mood lighting, and soft music fit well with the name of this restaurant.
On the walls are LCD screens, featuring the latest fad. We weren't surprised to find cricket on it most of the time. After all, it is the continuing cult in India. In one corner there's a non-alcoholic bar, with all the beverages stocked in slotted shelves.
What you get - On the menu is an array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian and Chinese dishes. You won't find any exotic dishes here, so it is best to go for the usual ones. If you opt for a Chinese meal then the Veg Spring Rolls as an appetizer combined with any soup is a good start.
For the main course, the Hakka Noodles are delectable and combined with the Szechwan Chicken or Chilli Mushroom, make the meal complete. The portions are generous and so a bowl of each dish for two people is more than ample.
On the menu to drink is a variety of non-alcoholic drinks like fresh fruit juices, healthy milkshakes and of course, aerated drinks. For desserts, there's a whole range of ice-cream based ones. Recommended is Crackers, a fig and honey ice cream topped with mixed nuts. Sinful, but just a wee bit!
The verdict - We recommend Oysters Blue for those looking for a good affordable meal, served in reasonable time, and in a pleasant and hygienic ambience. The staff is pleasant and friendly. Parking space is available though limited. They also have branches in Kothaguda, Kondapur and KPHB Colony. And for all those who don't feel like a drive out, they offer home delivery (free within 4 kilometer radius) too.
What you pay for a meal for two - Rs. 500
Drive to - Oysters Blue, Sanjeev Enclave Lane next to Seetha Ramanjaneya temple, Opp. Jayabheri Silicon County, White Fields, Kondapur, Hyderabad - 34.
Call at - 040-64530644/45
Anytime between - 12 PM - 4 PM and 7 PM - 11 PM.
Hyderabad Restaurants has been written by Shah Barkha for MetroMela .