8 Best Places for Tasting Perfect Gujarati Thali In Ahmedabad


Gujarati Thali’s are the best way to enjoy a sumptuous Indian meal with variety in flavour and types of foods. You pay a price and then it’s an all-you-can-eat bonanza as you are served rice, pooris, phulkas, dals, curries, and various kinds of dessert. Here we discover the best gujarati thali’s at Ahmedabad, the birthplace of Gujarati thali’s.

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Toran Dining Hall is another big name when it comes to tasty traditional Gujarati thali. Overlooking a beautiful garden, the restaurant is clean and cosy. Guests get good value for money, with endless servings of Gujarati food at its best, which taste just like home-made food! Service is fast, and the thali menu quite diverse and complete. Address: Opposite Sales India, Ashram Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad.

Ame Gujarati

Ame Gujarati is one of the restaurants that serve traditional food but have a more contemporary look than pretend ethnicity trimmed lawns and modern furniture is the trend here. They have divided the space into hut like sitting arrangements which are ideal for private gatherings too. The place looks especially pretty at night, and they usually have live ghazal performances that add to its charm. Mostly Gujarati, the thali sometimes has North Indian or even Indo West fusion fare added on. The meal starts with sharbat and crunchy snacks and typically ends with a seasonal fruit ice cream. The thalis of Kutchi as well as Kathiawadi cuisine are finger licking and very authentic. Also the thali's cover everything that Gujarat has to offer in terms of food from chutney, achar to papad and desserts. Ame Gujarati is an ideal place to bring family and anyone who wants to experience Gujarati food. Address: 169, Sindhu Bhavan Road, Off S G Highway, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad.


Rajwadu is another restaurant aiming to recreate the Indian village atmosphere. It takes its inspiration from walled villages with beautiful stone walls, many plants, open courtyards, water bodies and pavilions. The courtyards are also the stage where folk musicians perform live. However, contrary to Vishala, this place is less traditional in respect to its theme and caters for those who want a rustic dining experience in a more comfortable environment. Rajwadu is known for well-known personalities who had Gujarati thali. Address: Near Jivraj Tolnaka, Ambaji Temple, Malav Talav, Vejalpur, Ahmedabad.


‘Agashiye’ in Gujarati means on the terrace. This stunning Gujarati Thali restaurant is spread over two huge terraces interconnected by a smaller one that houses a wooden cottage. Agashiye is an iconic restaurant in Ahmedabad. It celebrates Gujarati food, the most varied vegetarian cuisine in India. Address: The House of MG, Opp. Sidi Saiyad Jali, Lal Darwaja, Ahmedabad.

Gordhan Thaal

A haveli-like entrance prepares you for the Rajasthani influence inside Gordhan Thaal. This diner is decorated with huge Krishna paintings in the Shrinathji-style. The thali here also has a tad bit of Rajasthani influence with dishes like daal bati churma on it. Address: Ground Floor, Sapath Complex, Opp. Rajpath Club, Sarkhej - Gandhinagar Hwy, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad.


Located a bit off C.G. Road, Sasuji is one of those places which serves memorable Gujarati food. The one item that they serve (that is not a regular on many menus but tends to stick – in a good way – in your memory) is the bitter-gourd vegetable! Spacious dining hall serving traditional Gujarati thalis to be picked over with your fingers. Address: Singaporean Avenue, Opp. Lal Bungalow, C G Road, Ahmedabad.


A simple and elegant yet authentic Gujarati taste is what one can sample at this place. It’s not just one great item, but a lot of small things done just right, which rightfully earns this place a mention in the honors roll. Address: Mohini,Opposite Shraddha Petrol Pump, Judges Bunglow Road, Bodakdev, Ahmedabad.


Vishala is a haven for relaxation, peace and wholesome food in an open air restaurant setting. It provides an accurate reflection of traditional Indian village life, both in the design of the place where guests sit on mud floors and in the warm and hospitable way waiters treat their guests. The food is also based on village staples, and aims to be the least fatty by including baked and roasted foods, greens, sprouted salads, and other healthy ingredients. Stylishly understated outdoor dining from a menu of classic village sharing platters. Address: Vasna Rd, Opp. Vasna Tol Naka, Ahmedabad.