-By Anil Mulchandani
This restaurant is themed on a street in Europe with large pictures of buildings, in front of which chairs and tables are set like in a European cafe, but it is not very imaginatively done. It is a pleasant enough place to come to for a variety of Indian and international food that is hard to find in Ahmedabad. The menu covers popular street foods of the world: Iraqi Batata Chaarc,Panini, pizzas, Double (a chick pea wrap, like Chhole- Kulche or Chana-Bhature) which is popular on the streets of Trinidad, satays, Kolkata-style Aloo Chop, Dum Aloo, Falafel, Sindhi Dal-Pakwan, etc. Most of their food is pretty good considering that they have been adapted to local ingredients and often converted to a vegetarian version. They have a good selection of egg-free desserts too.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
High Street Food has a nice very good décor. Ambiance is simple and plain. Service is fine with nothing special or fast. Food is quite good in fact very good. I like their Iraqi Batata Chaarc, Chhole- Kulche, Kolkata-style Aloo Chop, Dum Aloo, Falafel and Sindhi Dal-Pakwan. They also have a good range of desserts that are tasty and delicious. I like the food and only reason I bear bad service and not good to eyes décor, is the food.
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