Agashiye

Agashiye – Fine Gujarati Dining on the Terrace

‘Agashiye’ in Gujarati means on the terrace. This stunning Gujarati Thali restaurant is spread over two huge terraces interconnected by a smaller one that houses a wooden cottage. Agashiye is an iconic restaurant in Ahmedabad. It celebrates Gujarati food, the most varied vegetarian cuisine in India. Agashiye is ranked as one
of the top restaurants in Ahmedabad by Zomato, India’s leading restaurant search and discovery service and as one of the ‘ten best restaurants in India’ by both Trip Advisor and NDTV. Your visit to Ahmedabad is incomplete without experiencing a Gujarati meal here.

The menu changes daily at Agashiye. The food is served in a kansa thali (kansa is an alloy that has many wellness benefits) and the meal starts with a choice of Indian breads and ends with rice. Service is unlimited and the friendly and discreet staff is sure to win your heart. Recently Agashiye has introduced buffet lunch and dinner
with Agashiye Express Thali.  The House of MG has published its own set of cookbooks called Bhojan no Anand (The joy of a meal), a compilation of Gujarati recipes in a set of five volumes, each with five books and one DVD. You can buy them at The House of MG or online on www.houseofmg.com/cookbooks. You can visit our recipe video channel at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM0z_q70aDFVhhzxPjvM6AQ

Monday Tuesday
Sarbat Carrot and Beetroot sarbat / Makai raab (evening) Variali nu sharbat/ Bajri raab (evening)
Wednesday Thursday
Sarbat Apple sharbat / Pumpkin soup (evening) Black grape sharbat/ green pea soup (evening)
Friday Saturday
Sarbat Limbu nu Sharbat / Tomato soup (evening) Ganga – Jamuna sherbet / Palak Soup (evening)
Sunday
Sarbat Pine apple Jamphal / Dudhi soup (evening)