Although RRR Hotel has a somewhat unremarkable past, it has earned a prominent position in Mysuru’s gastronomic landscape. The first time I came here was completely by chance, and I was pleasantly surprised by what I found.
I had originally planned on having some Hanumanthu Biryani on a Monday, but when I got there, I found out that it was closed for the day. Nonetheless, this unexpected turn of events introduced me to RRR Hotel, a trendy restaurant with an Andhra flavour.
The biryani at RRR Hotel is delicious and one of the hotel’s best features. You’re in for a treat no matter what you choose from the tantalising chicken fry or the limitless vegetarian meal, which is famous for its flavour and diversity.
While RRR Hotel has a very short history, its tastes are anything from standard. If you happen to be in Mysuru, you should make a reservation at this restaurant so that you may have a great lunch.
Points to Remember
- Don’t anticipate a lavish ambience.
- Must-try the biryani and hearty meals.
- Savour your meal on a traditional banana leaf, and don’t hesitate to use your hands for an authentic experience.
- Vegetarian options are also on the menu, catering to various preferences.
It might be difficult to get a seat at RRR Hotel, a popular Andhra restaurant with a cosy atmosphere. Still, it’s a worthwhile challenge. Banana leaves provide for an interesting and tasty alternative when presenting hot cuisine.
When I went, I had the Mutton Biryani, and when I asked what the most popular chicken dish was, I was told that it was the Chicken Pepper Dry, so I got it too. The biryani wasn’t cooked in the traditional Andhra method, but it still had enough of flavour. The combination of the well-cooked meat’s mild texture and somewhat rubbery flavour was a revelation.
The Chicken Pepper Dry was the meal’s shining moment. It had a spicy bite that delighted the taste senses, thanks to the properly cooked chicken and the wonderful combination of spices. The biryani I ordered went well with it.
In the event that Hanumanthu is closed, you should not hesitate to sample the biryani at RRR Hotel. I have faith that the tastes available here will not disappoint.
Gandhi Square, Near Mahatma Gandhi Statue,
|Chicken Pepper Dry