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Top 7 Places To Have Kebabs In Ahmedabad

Enjoy Gaulouti, Sheek or Kakori Kebab and just gorge on Chicken Malai Tikka and Tagdi Kebab this winter

06 Nov, 2017 by Sonal Kellogg

Enjoy Gaulouti, Sheek or Kakori Kebab and just gorge on Chicken Malai Tikka and Tagdi Kebab this winter

If you enjoy Mughlai cuisine, then kebabs have to be your favourite food and when the chill of winter sets in, it is the season to let yourself loose as far as kebabs are concerned. Ahmedabad is known for its vegetarian food but the non-vegetarians joints in town are making their presence felt even as the lure of good jobs bring in the cosmopolitan crowd of young executives and professional.

We have put together a list of the best places for kebabs in the city so this winter the melt in your mouth delicacies will keep you warm.

Earthen Oven - Fortune Landmark Hotel, Ashram Road

This is one of the older hotels offering excellent food. Its terrace restaurant is known for its excellent Mughlai cuisine. You can have Sheekh Kebab, Barrah Kebab, Sikandari Raan, Murgh Zafrani Tikka and Tandoori Jhinga and for vegetarians, the choice is not limited too. They can choose from Mirch Ke Kebab, Dhudiya Kebab, Palak aur Anjeer Ke Kebab and Ajwaini Paneer Tikka.

Open for Lunch and Dinner

Cost for two: Rs 1500

KBOB’S, Drive-in Road

Located on the first floor, KBOB’s is the place to go to for great melt in your mouth kebab which is evident from the name itself. You will have a lot of choices here from Mutton Boti Kebab, Mutton Barra Chap, Mutton Sheekh Kebab, Mutton Tawa Chap, Chicken Reshmi Kebab and Chicken Tagdi Kebab among others. There are vegetarian kebabs to choose from. KBOB’s have two other outlets- Prahladnagar and Bopal.

Open for Lunch and Dinner

Cost for two: Rs 800

The Great Kebab Factory - Radisson Blu, Ashram Road

As the name suggests, it’s the obvious choice for kebabs but the prices are on the higher side, however, the setting is also grand. Gorge on their unlimited offering and enjoy Gaulouti Kebabs, Sheekh Kebabs, Bhuna Murgh Tikka, Achari Macchi Tikka, Raan-e-Murgh, Lagan Ka Murg and other varieties which changes each day. Vegetarians have Paneer Tikka, Stuffed Mushroom, Hara Bara Kebabs and other varieties of vegetarian kebabs.

Open for Dinner only

Cost for two: Rs 2000

Dawat-e-Khas, Vijay Char Rasta

If you are non-vegetarian who eats only chicken, fish and seafood then this is the place to go to. Try the Murgh-e-Banjara Kebab, Murgh Kareili Kebab, Murgh Tikka, Murgh-e-Pathani, Chicken Sheekh Kebab, Fresh Shahi Surmai Tandoori, Fish Tikka Lazeez, Fish Tawa Masala and Prawns Angara Dry.

Open for Lunch and Dinner

Cost for two: Rs 900

Moti Mahal, Kalupur

Situated in the old city area near the railway station at Kalupur this is one of the oldest non-vegetarian places in the city. The place has ancient interiors and furniture but if you are not so particular about the ambience and looks then this is a great place to try Kebabs and Mughlai food. Try the Mutton Sheekh Kebab, Tandoori Chap, Tandoori Platter, Reshmi Tikka, Tandoori Chicken, Tagdi Kebab, Paneer Tikka among other things.

Open for 6 am to 10.45 pm

Cost for two: Rs 700

Tandoorworkz, Panchvati

Again the name says it all. Tandoorworkz which is the second place opened up by the owners of Sandwichworkz, has Shami Kebabs, Kakori Kebabs, Gaulouti Kebabs, Tandoori Chicken, Mutton Chop Tandoori, Murgh Gilafi Kebab, Chicken Tagdi Kebab and Chicken Chettinad Tikka among other offerings.

Open for Lunch and Dinner

Cost for two: Rs 1100

Awadhpuri, Prahladnagar Road

Situated on the first floor, Awadhpuri has a name which gives away its cuisine. No prizes for guessing correctly that it serves Awadhi and Mughlai food. This place has many vegetarian kebab options like Meve Ki Kakori, Dahi Ke Kebab, Paneer Akbari Tikka and Rogani Khumb. The non-vegetarian options include Mahli Pasanda, Gaulouti Kebab, Shikari Choozey, Murgh Tikka Mirza Hasnu and Samak Tikka Hara Masala.

Open for Lunch and Dinner

Cost for two: Rs 1100

Written By

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.

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