India Today - - SIMPLY GUJARATI -

The stately Rajwadu es­tate, re­s­plen­dent with lamp-lit walk­ways, rip­pling streams and stone idols, is de­signed to trans­port the diner into a Ra­jas­tani haveli for a home­made meal. The theme of splen­dour ex­tends to en­ter­tain­ment as well as the food. There is a pup­pet show, a live pot­ter, a magic show and even a clas­si­cal Ra­jasthani dance per­for­mance ev­ery even­ing, com­plet­ing the Ra­jasthani vil­lage ex­pe­ri­ence. It is no won­der that the venue is a pop­u­lar choice for wed­dings and par­ties. The restau­rant serves au­then­tic Ra­jasthani and Gu­jarati cui­sine as a veg­e­tar­ian thali.

Work up an ap­petite be­fore you go there as the servers con­tin­u­ously re­fill your empty bowls with food made from the owner’s fam­ily recipes. The menu is ex­ten­sive and the food is de­li­cious, par­tic­u­larly de­lec­ta­ble are the Farsan of­fer­ings of samosas, dhok­las and hot jalebis. For an a la carte al­ter­na­tive, restau­rant Mad­hurya, sit­u­ated within Rajwadu, of­fers Gu­jarati, Ra­jasthani, Pun­jabi and Chi­nese dishes. MEAL FOR TWO Rs 1,000 AT Near Jivraj Toll naka, be­hind Am­baji tem­ple, Malav Talav DE­TAILS rajwadu.com

the fam­ily. AT Hy­att Re­gency, Ashram Road DE­TAILS ahmed­abad.re­gency. hy­att.com

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