Your Guide To Finding The Best Momos In Hyderabad
Image Credit: Pixabay. Momos in Hyderabad include regular steamed and fried varieties, and others that are more quirky.

Hyderabad isn’t the first place that comes to mind when you think of momos. However, the city is home to several restaurants and street stalls that sell the snack. While Hyderabad’s food scene is focused on kebabs, biryani and dosas, there are some tasty momos to be found too. Some of these are regular steamed and fried varieties while others are more quirky. We recommend some of the best places for momos in Hyderabad:

The Himalayan Cafe

The name ‘Himalayan Cafe’ is enough to lure momo lovers. While the eatery is small and humble, the menu is extensive and features Chinese, Thai, Indonesian, Burmese and Tibetan cuisine. However, the momos are the stars of the show and include steamed, fried and pan-fried ones. Choose from vegetable, chicken or pork momos and pair them with a bowl of thukpa.

Location: First Floor, Plot 36, Sri Ram Nagar, Botanical Garden Road, opposite Andhra Bank, Kondapur, Hyderabad.

Timings: Tuesday-Sunday, noon-2.30pm; 5.30-11.30pm.

Cost for two: ₹550

Momos Delight

Momos Delight is known for its unusual momos like vegetable Kurkure, paneer Kurkure, chicken Kurkure, vegetable gravy, paneer gravy and chicken gravy momos. Besides these, there are regular fried momos and steamed momos to choose from. The place recently added tandoori momos to the menu as well, which draws in quite a crowd. 

Location: HIG-A-21, APHB Colony, Jayabheri Enclave, Gachibowli, Hyderabad.

Timings: Daily, 24 hours.

Cost for two: ₹200


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A restaurant known for its Nepalese and Northeast Indian food, Aama’s also serves tasty momos. The menu features sha phaley, datshi rice, thukpa, thenthuk and tingo with different dishes. There is a variety of momos to choose from, including steamed, fried, chilli, jhol and sadeko momos. 

Location: No.1-100/29/8/1, Gopanpally Near Hyderabad University, opposite Kutchina, South Gate, Hyderabad. 

Timings: Tuesday-Sunday, noon-9.30pm. 

Cost for two: ₹450

7 Sisters - Northeast Cafe and Restaurant

7 Sisters is known for its Indian-Chinese and Northeast Indian dishes. Try the sha phaley, thukpa, choila, and singju, but don’t miss the momos, which are served steamed and fried. Momo varieties here include Schezwan fried, jhol and soup momos. Bao buns are also on the menu. Read more about street food in Hyderabad.

Location: Road Number 4, Resham Bagh, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.

Timings: Daily, 12.30-11pm. 

Cost for two: ₹700

Kathmandu Momos

Kathmandu Momos is a street stall that serves all kinds of momos from steamed to fried ones. Locals swear by the place, which is located next to a bus stop. There’s paneer, vegetable and chicken momos to choose from. All momos come with a spicy red sauce that’s very addictive. The prices here are very reasonable.

Location: Raj Bhavan Road, Somajiguda, Hyderabad.

Timings: Daily, 4-10.30pm. 

Cost for two: ₹150