Situated at the mouth of the river Narmada, Bharuch enjoys a religious position in Gujarat. The city transcend your palate to heaven with authentic Gujarati or Kathiawadi food. Due to a strong Jain and Hindu demographic, Bharuch follows a strict vegetarianism, however, there is no lack to wonderful non-vegetarian dishes in the city if you are keen. As you start eating your way through Bharuch, you can’t help but notice a distinct blend of Maharashtrian influence on Bharuch’s gastronomy. City stirs early and kick-starts its day with a round of Masala Dosa with tangy sambhar. The clinking sound of Pav Bhaji pan draws Bharuch natives to it each day. Pillow-y pav dipped in spicy bhaji forms an amazing breakfast. Feed your midday hunger pangs with a delicious vada pav or a Gujarati staple dabeli. These can be eaten any time of the day, as breakfast or even as a filling snack. While your time in Bharuch, make sure you sit down for a proper Gujarati thali. Feast on the whole Kathiawadi extravaganza with authentic Gujarati staples like, papad ki sabzi, sev tamatar subzi, dahi bhindi, Kathiawadi dhokali nu shak, lasania bataka and kadhi or tikhari. Rotli or bakhris is the Gujarati version of flatbread. Khichdi or undhiyo is the star of the Kathiawadi thali. Gol and ghee, a popular dessert concludes the lavish feast.