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Agashiye serves traditional Gujarati cuisine and is a classy way to experience Gujarati cuisine at this heritage hotel which is right in the heart of the city. The restaurant is on the top floor of the hotel from which it derives its name Agashiye, ‘At the roof’. The restaurant has wooden furniture in designs which were prevalent 80-100 years ago. The food here is served in bell metal utensils –plates, small bowls, glasses and also serving bowls are of the same metal. When you enter, you can see shining large lamp stands and metal statues. The walls are adorned with colourful pictures as you go up the stairs. There is also a lift to go up on the second floor. In the restaurant, they take care of little details like putting a rose along with your napkins and helping you wash your hands with warm water with a brass cistern.The food is good. It is neither too spicy nor too oily. The Dal and the Kadhi are sweet but just a little bit, unlike most Gujarati restaurants. The restaurant has two rates for thalis - Rs 1095 and Rs 1495. It is the most expensive thali in town
Must do when you are visiting Ahmedabad. They do have some early bird and late bird discounts too. Delicious food and service.
Agashiye is a fine dining Gujarati Thali restaurant. The restaurant is located in the heritage property of House of MG. The ambiance is amazing especially the terrace dining. I was here for dinner last weekend with family and had a good experience. Coming to the food, they serve only two types of thalis, Kansa (Bronze) & Silver thali - both of them priced steeply at ₹1195 & ₹1695 respectively. The service is as courteous as it can get and quick. If you are expecting lots of bowls in the plate, I'm afraid you won't see that. I had Muthia & Patra along with Kadhi and Dal. One of the best Muthias I've had. The welcome drinks were pretty good and so was the chaas. Curries include Val, Chole & Karela and all were pretty good on taste. On the desserts front, had Rajwadi Boondi, Mug Dal Halwa, Koprapak and Mishti Doi. All were pretty good. Thali with a very balanced taste. All in all the restaurant is pretty good and gives you a great dining experience. However, having eaten at so many places, I felt the pricing is definitely on the higher side considering just the Gujarati Thali. It is expensive. More details on my blog
Love the place. Property is heritage n well maintained. food was is very delicious 😋 enjoyed the authentic Gujarati food.
We were there a long time ago and our friends from Mumbai wanted to have a Gujarati Thai! So we ended up there! We sat on the terrace and the Thai was served. The food was very sumptuous! Really a 5 Star quality and experience!
Extremely expensive @ 1300 per head normal thali and 1900 per head Silver thali. They levy service charges and Rs10 donation in addition to the above. They gave us watermelon juice and 2 starters i.e. dahi vada and kachorifollowed by the regular gujarati thali items. The do not even provide mineral water in the normal thali. Ridiculous. Even the sweet dish is limited after shelling out Rs.1300. Don't Waste your money here. Not worth it. Not Value for money. U can get all these dishes in various thali restaurants across Ahmedabad under Rs.350. Just Google Thalis in Ahmedabad and u will find a host of them under Rs.300.
Make your Special Occasion a traditional one by treating your date to a spectacular Gujarati experience with ‘Agashiye’. This is the perfect way to have an evening filled with warming hospitality, luxury and intense traditional flavours. Agashiye is housed under The House Of MG, which is a gorgeous heritage hotel. The name Agashiye loosely translates into ‘at the roof’, a term dedicated to the lovely outdoor seating area that comes with the restaurant. Everything from the traditional Gujarati menu to the old-fashioned furnishings to the bell metal utensils you are served in, hints towards the antique theme they have going on. A romantic serene dining experience.