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Despite all these cosmetic changes that Ahmedabad has undergone, one thing that has not changed over the years is the city’s food culture. Whether you are a student or a young professional or just a visitor, Ahmedabad will present you with options galore, when it comes to street food or fine dining.
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For those gastronomically inclined people, all you need to do is rent a car or hop into a rickshaw and explore these food trails. The restaurants here are guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds with their sumptuous delicacies. This well thought of food trail should have you covered:
It is a common misconception that Ahmedabad only offers vegetarian delicacies and Bhatiyar Galli is a testament to that fallacy. Enter Teen Darwaza in the old city and ask any pedestrian for directions to Bhatiyar Galli. This place has restaurants that serve non-vegetarian delicacies that are over six decades old. You can gorge on some delicious mutton kebabs, tandoori chicken, mutton samosas, biryani, bheja masala, and chaap fry amongst other non-vegetarian dishes. Bhatiyar Galli is amongst the topmost recommended places to eat, by both locals and tourists.
Every student’s first visit to Ahmedabad involves a trip to campuses like the Indian Institute of Management (IIM-A), Mudra Institute of Communications, Ahmedabad (MICA) and National Institute of Design (NID); and it is mostly a part of the admission process. This time is different – it is not about a GD (group discussion) or a PI (personal interview) but rather, to tempt your tastebuds. Drive up to RK Egg Centre at NID and hog on their egg dishes which are sure to exceed your egg-specations. Enjoy some delicious omelettes and the universally savoured egg bhurji at ludicrously low rates. Don’t forget to get your cuppa chai at Rambhai Ni Chai outside IIM-A.
This next stop is one of the most crowded areas in Ahmedabad as it brings together the foodies and the shopaholics. Law Garden will give you a flavour of Gujarati street food amongst other popular street food. Don’t dodge this place because of the overwhelming crowd; jump right into the frolic that is Law Garden. Jasuben’s pizza and Ashrafi’s kulfis cannot be missed here. Eat from the multiple sandwich and pav-bhaji stalls that line up the streets. You will be baffled by the variety of wraps, dosas, parathas, crispy vadas, hot dhoklas, and other snacks one can find here. This one cannot be missed.
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This place is for those night owls who start feeling hungry at midnight. The day scenes at Manek Chowk are very different, as it is a busy market for jewellery and precious stones. Once they close shop for the day, the food vendors take over. This place is famed for its biryani and chocolate cheese or pineapple cheese sandwiches (yes that is apparently a thing and supposed delightful). Manek Chowk is bound to leave you satiated, even at that hour of the night.
This weekend, book a cab and explore this great food trail. Make sure you go in a group of four or five so you can do justice to everything this city has to offer. While you are at it, don’t forget the pedhas, rasmalai, and mohanthal which are specialities and should feature on your food trail list.