Periamet and Biryani, are an inseparable combination. And, one of the big name from the streets of Periamet has to be Nayeem. I’ve returned many times because of long waiting period on weekends, here. Weekdays maybe it’s easier to get a place.
Recently, they’ve introduced Seeraga Samba Biryani on Wednesdays and Sundays. I happen to try a takeaway of the same. The short grained Mutton Biryani (₹250) met all my expectations as a short grained Biryani lover.
On another occasion, chanced upon a dine-in. The long grained Mutton Biryani (₹250), was good, with all flavours in place. It’s pretty decent except for the tomato irritants popping here and there. But, the Chicken 65 (₹100) and the Tandoori Chicken (₹280/full) was okayish and could have been better. Friends who ordered their Chicken Biryani (₹160) were quiet content with their order.
Totally paid ₹1360 for the 4 of us.
P.S: Not getting into it’s not Mutton it’s Kannu Kutti controversy.