Eat Khakra, Faafda and Jalebis
Gujarat is the most attractive and culturally rich state in India. There are many attractive places to see in this fascinating land, which gives you a glance to enjoy the state comprehensively. You will be delighted by its major charm, which can be found every corner of the state and you will get a positive aspect about the state. During the travel you will get a number of items to eat and the moment you hear these words, a big trail of Gujarati food runs in front of your eyes. Weather it is Khakras, Fafdas, Jalebis, Dhoklas, Khaman, Undiyo or a Gujarati Thali.
As you know, Gujarati foods sound like amazing. These delicious foods are full of flavors and they are cooked in large quantities, living up to their generous civilization of share & eat. It is one of the most famous and simply available foods in the country. Though, the genuineness of all cuisine lies in the place of its origin.
Ahmedabad is the most popular cities among food lovers in Gujarat. Manek Chowk & Law College region are very popular food streets in Ahmedabad. Aside from the customary Gujarati cuisine, Manek Chowk presents you a range of Chaat, refreshing sandwiches and Chowmein in Gujarati style.
Khada Pav Bhaji, Pani Puri, Fruit Sandwich, Papri Chaat, Chocolate Sandwich are the area of expertise of this Avenue. Alike to Manek Chowk is the Law College area which presents about all those cuisines that you could get at Manek chowk.
Breaking the myth that Ahmedabad is a vegan town, Bhatiyar Gali stands out with a great range of Kebabs & other Chicken or Mutton Delicacies. Sheekh Kebabs, Mutton Samosas are the most famous ones. After discovering the diverse street food of the state, food is incomplete without tasting the world popular “Khakra Faafdas”.
Aside from the street food there are classic restaurants in the State. “Hotel Vishala” – the theme based restaurants are worth to visit. Its delicious food makes Vishala different from other restaurants in the state. Its distinctive Indian village atmosphere makes travelers remember their childhood memories. The main charm of Vishalla is their dining arrangement. It is an open dining restaurant with folk music.
Complementing its customary atmosphere, food presented here is genuine & pure. Vishala also boasts a museum known as “Vechaara” where you can experience Indian culture and set of old Indian utensils which explain the changing fashion in Indian cooking.
On the other hand “Hotel Patang” by Neelkanth Group of hotels is a full contrast to Hotel Vishala. It is a revolving restaurant and offers you luxurious stay and delicious food. If anyone is looking for refreshing and continental food then Patang hotel is the best for you.
So, next time if you plan to visit the city then don’t forget to discover the delicious food of the city.