Head To Rajwadu To Dine Like A Local In This Village Themed Restaurant

by Yashasvi Shaktawat
Head To Rajwadu To Dine Like A Local In This Village Themed Restaurant

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Rajwadu in Ahmedabad is a themed restaurant that brings together the ancient culture and lifestyle of villages in India.

What Is It?

Started in 1998, it aims to provide the Ahmedabadis a taste of their very own culture. The rustic village set against a backdrop of lush greenery and a tranquil environment, calls for a great time along with pure indulgence in authentic food.

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What’s In It?

Enjoy an authentic indulgence of traditional Gujarati and Rajasthani delights under the open sky amidst a serene environment set apart in the suburban area of the city. The themed restaurant spreads over 12,000 sq. yards representing the ancient culture of villages in India. Lantern-lit pathways and lush greenery unfold in front of your eyes as you enter this place with a traditional welcome and you know you’re in for a treat.

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The food here comprises of authentic Gujarati thalis and local Rajasthani delights. You’re in for pure indulgence in a setting that resembles the rural villages of India. Feel the tranquility and dine like a local at this one of a kind restaurant.

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To book your dinner in advance click here.

Address: Rajwadu, Near Jivraj Tolnaka, Ambaji Temple, Malav Talav, Vejalpur, Ahmedabad
Phone079 26643845, 079 26643839
Cost for two: ₹1,300 (Approx.)


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