Hyderabad: With the right pinch of Mughal, Iranian and Turkish influence, Hyderabad’s delicacies have always stood out. Recently, the city’s biriyanis and haleems have earned it a place in UNESCO’s ‘Most Creative Cities’ list.
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While famous ‘gosht ke kebab’ cooked in cold curd, ‘kacche gosht ki biryani’, ‘roti pe boti’, ‘sookha mutton’, are equally popular, the ‘Chaar koni Naan’, whose freshly baked aroma fills the narrow streets in Charminar, stays close to the heart of every Hyderabadi.
The oldest shop known for its char koni naan is the Khadeem Munshi Naan, located in Purani Haveli in the old city. Famously called ‘Munshi Naan’, the shop was established during the era of Nizam rule in Hyderabad.