From the classics to buzzy newcomers, these are the 10 best Ahmedabad restaurants you need to know about, right now. Whether you are peckish and want to eat something that hits just the right spot or you want to try some delicious local cuisine, there is a Ahmedabad restaurant that will satisfy. Find the highest rated restaurants, read critic reviews, get menus, book a table and much more on timescity.com.Here are the best of them. Bon appetit!
The year 1944 saw the birth of Havmor in Karachi, when the late Satishchandra Chona, an engineer by profession, started it as a second source of income. It was so famous even in Karachi that after Partition the person who took over the shop there has retained its name! The Chona family owns four restaurants in Ahmedabad and two in Vadodara with man...more»
Mehfil serves Punjabi, Chinese and Continental fare. The Punjabi fare tastes authentic, while the Chinese and Contintental are very spicy like many other restaurants serving these cuisines. Their spicy vegetable dishes and Tandoori dishes are worth checking out. Even though it is a small place, it's cosy and nice.
A great place for a meat feast especially for those who like Tandoori food (as the name suggests), Earthen Oven sits at the top of Hotel Fortune Landmark with views of the bustling Ashram Road, and you can also glimpse the Sabarmati riverfront if you come early. House specialities include Benami Murgh Kebab which has Chicken Tikka coated with mince...more»
Agashiye, which literally means ‘terrace’ in Gujarat, covers the rooftop of a 1920s Indo-Baroque mansion that has been opened by its owners as a heritage hotel. The setting of this restaurant is its USP. A canopied reception area with settees (where you sit reclining on bolsters like you would in the front room of a Gujarati home), an air-condi...more»
Café Landmark is one of Ahmedabad’s most appealing alfresco places for dinner, with seating on a glass bridge, set over a swimming pool. Their specialities are Western and Indian sizzlers like the Bharwan Tawa Paneer, Walnut and Cheese Veg Patties Sizzler, Balsamic Vegetables Hot Pot, Paneer Steak and Mushroom or Chicken in Paprika Sauce, Sundri...more»
TCR, as Ahmedabad’s hipsters know The Chocolate Room, is a favourite place of chocolate lovers. This is where you can get Chocolate Fondues, Chocolate Melting Pots, Italian Hot Chocolate, Waffles with Hot Chocolate Sauce and a variety of Chocolate Cakes that you can have as you sit inside. Their handmade chocolates which have a Belgian chocolate ...more»
With white as its theme colour, a neat layout of tables and trendily shaped plates, Cellad Eatery is a good place when you are seeking options away from the usual and regular for a sumptuous buffet. While salads are its USP, the buffet spread covers the gamut from soups, cold and cooked salads with low-calorie or creamy dressings, casseroles, India...more»
A brick-and-wood look, cartoons, old-fashioned European-style wrought iron lamps and very British pub-style logo... that's Not Just Grill for you, complete with an open-to-view flat-top grill. Drop in there for Teriyaki Tofu Triangles, Potato Yakitori, Jamaican Jerk Baby Veggies and the Kebab Platter that will be done live on the grill. The menu al...more»
Located on Ashram Road, you will find industrialists and execs from the business districts of Ashram Road, CG Road and Mithakali entertaining foreign and corporate guests at this restaurant in St Laurns, which has made a name for itself with its Pan-Asian fare. The menu at Oriental Wave has good options in seafood like crab, fish, prawns and squid ...more»
Something very special about Rajwadu is that though it is a sprawling village-theme restaurant, it is located in a busy residential locality easily accessible by autorickshaw (most of the other village-theme places are on the highways). Even as you enter Rajwadu, you will realize that it is much, much more than a restaurant; it is a work of art wit...more»
If you think of bakery & confectionery products, chances are that Upper Crust will come to your mind first. And not without reason: its experience and expertise of so many years has enabled it to build up and enjoy its formidable reputation. The fact that Lester D'Souza, the owner, is a pastry chef himself, certainly helps. Their range of breads, c...more»