Ahmedabad.....where to stay....what to eat..... :):)

HareKrsna

Airport of Ahmedabad :: Being a growing business center, many travelers visit here every year. In order to provide convenience to travelers, Ahmedabad has its own international airport. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is a convenient point to take flights to any part of the world. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is well connected by with the all major city of country.

Railway Station of Ahmedabad :: 

 

First - The better stay option in Ahmedabad are ::

House of Mangaldas Giridhardas :: A classy boutique hotel, the Indo - Baroque house was built by the textile industrialist Mangaldas Giridhardas in the 1920s. Superbly renovated by his descendents, this heritage hotel boasts marvelously appointed interiors. Each of the 12 vast rooms feature a traditional Gujarati Jhulas and  sepia - tinted family photographs. The piece De resistance, though, is the beautiful indoor swimming pool and the restaurant Agashiye, which serves sumptuous Gujarati cuisine.










Most of the Hotels are located near the city centers, within a close distance from Airport n Railway Station.


Now the time for some yummy yummy food for tummy.... :P



Khakhra ::
 

A crisp ready-to-eat wheat flat bread, Khakhra is immensely popular in Gujarat, where it serves as a snack n as a substitute for rotis - Chapatis, eaten with vegetables, chutney n with pickle. Lightly flavoured with dried fenugreek leaves... But nowadays these khakhra are available in diff. types like - tomato flavoured, onion, red chilli, plain khakhra also available in market. 

Khakhras..... :)



Farsans - steamed or fried items, like- Khandvi - looks like pasta made from gram flour n buttermilk, Khamman dhokla - a savory cake made from a batter of ground rice n gram flour..these both items are steamed.. Muthia is a fried item - this is also made from gram flour n spices, Thepla - this is semi fried item made from plain wheat flour... you can say... Thepla is main item in breakfast....

My most fav. Gujarati snack - Khandvi
Khaman Dhokla
Muthia... A spicy namkeen Laddoo
Most famous dish of Gujarat.... Thepla
 
Dal Dhokli :: Dal Dhokli is not only pleasant-tasting, also a healthy food. Its simple to make - just make  wheat dumplings to boiled in spicy lentil... n The Dal Dhokli is ready to eat...

Dal Dhokli

Complete meals served at many local restaurants, a typical Gujarati Thali includes - Farsans, spicy curried or dried vegetables, Kadhi - salty cooked buttermilk with little gram flour, a curry with sprouted Moong or Channa, with Chapatis or Theplas n also with rich - Ghee Chapati. On the same plate they give some sweets, chutney, pickle, curd n papad. Sweets like shreekhand or any barfi, with buttermilk. At the end of the meal, chew on an array of mukhwas, delicious mouth fresheners. 

Complete Gujarati Thali


Vishala :: A lovely village - theamed restaurant that opened in 1978, Vishala is an integral part of Ahmedabad's tourist map. Plan to spend few hours with your dear ones here, starting with the unique utensils museum followed by fresh juice and Farsans on charpoys under a thatched roof.... Continue to the entertainment area of puppet shows, folk dances and rural astrology before sitting crossed-legged to dine on a sumptuous meal served on a leaf platter, with the accompaniments in terracotta bowls. After dinner, do as the village elders, and puff at a clay Hookah - smoking in Indian style,  at the courtyard.


Museum at Vishala


Museum at Vishala




So whenever you will plan to Ahmedabad, must visit Vishala restaurant with your family n friends.

HareKrsna





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