Hyders Sindhi Muslim Review by Sadaf Farooqui
Right across the roundabout from the outlets of Bundoo Khan, KFC, and Nando's on Sindhi Muslim, is a small but thriving eatery called Hyder's. Recently, Hyder's expanded upwards to include a larger family dining area on an upper floor. The food is prepared live outside the Hyder's entrance. There were some huge flames whilst the chinese curries were being stir-fried! All in all, hygiene standards are quite high, that much is obvious. On my way inside,Overall the floor has a nice decor; not too shoddy and also the view from the upstairs window through which you can see a lot of the diners choose to eat in their parked cars outside the eatery.
The menu boasts some good stuff at affordable rates, even steaks. Also, Singaporean Rice is available too, which is a rare commodity in other outlets.They have some good deals too. We opted for the deal that is visible on the bottom right of this menu placard. So the deal we ordered @ Rs 320 were two mini chicken burgers, one quarter broasted chicken, a bun (or "dinner roll", as it is known in Karachi), french fries, and one Chicken Shawarma. And the mini burgers were quite cute; perfect for the kids! Giving the kids what they wanted to have, time for us to get our Chicken Chow mien for Rs 200. It was a bit on the spicier side, but very good nevertheless, and just to end it all up aSpecial Faluda for Rs 110. Don't ask - it is from my significant other's favorites.
Verdict: I really appreciated their great effort in welcoming people and providing them with nice hot deals and mouthwatering food. A must try out for everyone.
Please note: All prices must be re checked before visiting, as prices may have changed.