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December is a busy time for restaurants and it is also peak season so it’s natural that many new eateries choose this time of the year to open shop. But with so many new places, it can get confusing. Who has the time to look for new eateries and find out which ones are exciting in these busy times?
We, at Eazydiner, simplify this for you with a list of the most promising new entrants in the city. Have a look:
Mount Everest, Prahladnagar
Chinese and North Indian cuisine
Mount Everest is at Anandnagar (in Prahladanagar area) is the most happening place in Ahmedabad, for eateries and fashion stores. Try this new place with bright blue chairs which brighten ups the place. It is open until midnight and it is a vegetarian eatery.
Price for two: Rs 1000
Yaara Ka Dhaba, S G Road
North Indian cuisine
As the name suggests, this is a dhaba with charpais and a spacious open area. Situated opposite Solo Civil Hospital on the happening S G Highway, this place serves vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, North Indian style. It has a lot of paneer dishes, Sarson Da Saag and Makkai Ki Roti and of course butter chicken. The place can get crowded on the weekends.
Cost for two: Rs 650
Café, Fast Food, Italian and Chinese
This restaurant is located at C G Road. Despite its name, which would lead one to believe it is an Italian joint, it serves Chinese and Thai cuisine and lots of café food. It is a vegetarian eatery. It serves many different kinds of beverages, also.
Cost for two: Rs 750
Shankar’s Ice-cream Library, Bodakdev
Newly opened off Sindhu Bhawan Road, Shankar’s ice-cream has been people’s favourite since they opened their shop years ago near Law Garden. Now, this swanky new place gives the customers an opportunity to experiment with new flavours and combinations. Try their Tender Coconut Lichi flavor.
Cost for two: Rs 400
A published author working on her second book, Sonal worked for many years as a journalist in The Indian Express, The Asian Age and DNA Newspaper where she regularly reviewed restaurants and wrote about food. She worked in Nairobi as a general manager of a group of restaurants in another era. She loves experimenting with food but is also known for her Biryanis and Kababs and even her baking skills. She likes travelling to little known places and if she finds quaint eateries it just makes the trip more fun. Currently based in Ahmedabad, she is happy with the growing awareness of gourmet food in the city.