The House of MG has two renowned Restaurants – Agashiye and The Green House. The award-winning restaurant Agashiye is the most acclaimed Gujarati Thali restaurant in India. Also, voted as the Best Vegetarian Restaurant in the country by NDTV and Trip Advisor in 2016 , it offers a local fine dining experience on the terrace of the mansion.
The Green House Café is set in a courtyard amidst abundant greenery on the ground floor. Here you can relish traditional Indian and International comfort food, fresh fruits juices and hand-churned ice creams.
Pol Kholi is a small café in Mangaldas Ni Haveli II, in the heart of the World Heritage City, serving both traditional and western dishes.
All the recipes are gleaned from The House of MG’s signature cookbooks that document the Mangaldas family’s culinary tradition.
‘Agashiye’ in Gujarati means ‘on the terrace’. Recognized for serving the best Gujarati thali in India, the restaurant is spread over the entire terrace of the huge mansion, and has both outdoor and indoor seating. It is an iconic slow food restaurant where you can enjoy a sit down buffet, Gujarati style. The food is prepared from seasonal ingredients and served in the ‘Kansa thali’, an alloy with medicinal properties. Much like the city and its people, Agashiye celebrates traditional Gujarati food, the most varied vegetarian cuisine in India. Jain menu is available on request.
The Green House is a relaxing café set amidst greenery. Located under a covered pavilion on the ground floor of the building, it is one of the two slow food restaurants at The House of MG, where the food is cooked in front of you in an open kitchen. For locals as well as travelers, it is a perfect breakfast and supper place to get the taste of freshly cooked traditional Indian and International comfort food as well as fresh juices and ice creams. The café extends into an air-conditioned area that was once the buggy room of the mansion.
Pol Kholi offers a dining experience in the heart of the historic walled city of Ahmedabad. An in-house café at Mangaldas Ni Haveli II – a 150-year old heritage property, it serves both traditional and western dishes with fresh juices and ice creams. ‘Pol’ means a narrow street. The old city of Ahmedabad is made up entirely of ‘pols’. It also means ‘a hidden secret’. ‘Kholi’ means ‘revealed’ or ‘opened’. A visit to the cafe will open the secrets of the old city streets to the residents of and visitors to India’s first and only UNESCO World Heritage City.
Agashiye offers beautifully packed Gujarati meals delivered at your doorstep in various options. This is a freshly prepared meal with complete thali menu that you can relish in the comfort of your home or office. The delivery is free within inner Ring Road of Ahmedabad.
“ A little known jewel hidden across the Sabarmati River in Old Ahmedabad, it is set in a quaint haveli called ‘The House of MG’. The food is authentic and delicious. There is no a-la-carte menu, each guest is served an array of dishes from the region.”