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Gordhan Thal is one of the popular restaurants serving Gujarati thali in Ahmedabad. It offers unlimited traditional Gujarati Thali for a fairly reasonable price of Rs 300 plus taxes. The place is done up in traditional royal Gujarati style with carved wooden panels, filigree wooden arches and swords mounted on the walls. The stewards are dressed in traditional Gujarati attire with kurtas and turbans. The food here is mostly Gujarati cuisine with maybe a few North Indian dishes thrown in like a Paneer vegetable. Most of the other dishes are very tasty. The thali has two snacks (farsans), two sweets, three-four vegetables, dal, Kadhi, rice, rotis, pooris, etc. But the restaurant really needs to improve on its cleanliness and secondly, the staff does need to tone down their voices during service while communicating with each other. It can get very noisy in the restaurant since there is a lot of staff and also there are many tables placed close together. In fact, the restaurant serves anywhere from 1100 to 1500 people both at lunch and also dinner on any given day which means it is always crowded.
Traditional looks, traditional service & Food on it’s best taste. Top of all d price is very much reasonable. Environment r totally familiar.. u never regret after visiting.
Went here twice this month in the visit to Ahmedabad. Really liked the taste. It's a mix of Gujarati and Rajasthani thali.
Food good specially the gujurati kadhi was really awesome but need to improve in gujurati khichdi and the other dishes of thali was good but please focus on khichdi and the overall food was good
good ambient, good service. Food test is not excellent. Some improvement still there in test. Staff behaviour good.
I just visited Gordhan Thal food is ok not that great which one I expected. Food is not authentic Gujrati its mix with Rajasthani.. Staff is good.. Overall is Ok ..
Lying on the west side of India, bounded by the Arabian Sea, Gujarat captures our senses with a colorful and vibrant culture. It’s warm hospitality, stunning locales, music and handicrafts are all what makes this state so attractive. But it’s the Gujarati gastronomy that draws us the most. For a foodie Gujarat is a haven, offering a delicious splendor of sweet-savory dishes that will leave you begging for more. One of the key elements of Gujarati cuisine is their traditional Gujarati thali, which is a must have if you are in Gujarat. One restaurant revives this culture of thali attracting a hefty crowd of diners in bargain. ‘Gordhan Thal’ is a complete value-for-money family style dining restaurant keeping immensely busy throughout the week. It’s situated at Sapath Complex, Opposite Rajpath Club, Satellite, Ahmedabad.
Anyone in Ahmedabad looking for a very pocket-friendly lavish traditional meal will find Gordhan Thal a blessing. This all-you-can-eat family restaurant is renowned for serving huge traditional Gujarati thalis carrying a luxurious spread of authentic Gujarati dishes. Food is vegetarian like most places in the city and is every bit delicious. There is a sweet tinge added to the daal and kadhi, so be prepared for it. Their thali encompasses a selection of sweets, farsan, veg dishes, kathol, a range of flatbreads, dal/kadhi, rice/khichdi, chaas, salad and condiments. The variety is impressive and leaves you quite full post the meal. Take smaller portions so you are left with an appetite to taste everything. There are few North Indian dishes on the menu as well, if you so feel inclined to diversify your palate.
Meal times are busy and noisy for Gordhan Thal. The staff is prompt but loud. If you want a quiet meal, go some place else. This already affordable affair will be all the more reasonable if you take advantage of Gordhan Thal discount coupon offered by us or tap into EazyDiner Gordhan Thal offers. Servers are dressed in traditional Gujarati attire, which elevates your dining experience. The restaurant is designed to resemble a lovely Gujarati home, complete with filigree wooden arches, Lord Krishna murals, checkered flooring and swords on the walls. Food is served in steel thalis to accentuate the Gujarati appeal. Dining room is divided into smaller sections and is dotted with long formal dining tables so you can eat in peace.