poetryahmedabad For those who don t know where to take their partners for a fancy meal in a romantic setting the newest place in Ahmedabad offers one notch above what you re expecting in terms of ambience A faux sky scattered with starry lights a Mediterranean inspired wall a quaint brick flooring take your pick and decide which setting you want Roomy enough for you to walk around without bumping into other diners this place offers privacy and ambience alike While it is a fancy high end place do not mistake it for fine dine That it isn t There aren t any formal dress codes and the restaurant offers a lot of fusion dishes on the menu calibrated to the Ahmedabadi palate The menu consists carefully and thoughtfully curated preparations to tempt Amdavadi tastebuds We tried a Tandoori Crostini for starters a dish that can be best described as a Naan Pizza a nice chargrilled piece of bread topped with cheese jalapenos peppers and olives The Malacca s Laksa Soup is a flavourful coconut milk based broth seasoned with lemongrass Another one of our favourites was the Crispy Rosti a basic dish that consists of grated fried potatoes topped with a tangy chutney and pickled onions a party in your mouth that reminds you of the magic of simplicity Other dishes on the menu worth a mention were the Ban Bihari Paneer squares of paneer stuffed with a melange of spices an acquired taste The Naples Pannoni deserves a try simply for the effort that goes into making it with each penne pasta painstakingly stuffed with cheese Another speciality of theirs is the Thal Biryani flavoured with saffron chandan kewra this too is an acquired taste and for those who don t like their food coming onto them in an overwhelming fashion this one could be given a miss Another dish that can be given a miss is the Bread Strata which lacks flavour and is a little lumpy as well The one thing missing here are the desserts There were none apart from the ice cream Hope that changes soon

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For those who don’t know where to take their partners for a fancy meal in a romantic setting, the newest place in Ahmedabad offers one notch above what you’re expecting, in terms of ambience.

A faux sky, scattered with starry lights, a Mediterranean inspired wall, a quaint brick flooring – take your pick and decide which setting you want. Roomy enough for you to walk around without bumping into other diners, this place offers privacy and ambience alike.

While it is a fancy, high-end place – do not mistake it for fine-dine. That, it isn’t. There aren’t any formal dress codes and the restaurant offers a lot of fusion dishes on the menu, calibrated to the Ahmedabadi palate.
The menu consists carefully and thoughtfully curated preparations to tempt Amdavadi tastebuds. We tried a Tandoori Crostini for starters, a dish that can be best described as a Naan Pizza – a nice chargrilled piece of bread topped with cheese, jalapenos, peppers and olives. The Malacca’s Laksa Soup is a flavourful coconut milk based broth, seasoned with lemongrass. Another one of our favourites was the Crispy Rosti, a basic dish that consists of grated fried potatoes topped with a tangy chutney and pickled onions – a party in your mouth that reminds you of the magic of simplicity.
Other dishes on the menu worth a mention were the Ban Bihari Paneer, squares of paneer stuffed with a melange of spices - an acquired taste. The Naples Pannoni deserves a try simply for the effort that goes into making it, with each penne pasta painstakingly stuffed with cheese.
Another speciality of theirs is the Thal Biryani – flavoured with saffron, chandan, kewra – this too is an acquired taste and for those who don’t like their food coming onto them in an overwhelming fashion, this one could be given a miss. Another dish that can be given a miss is the Bread Strata, which lacks flavour and is a little lumpy as well.
The one thing missing here, are the desserts. There were none apart from the ice cream. Hope that changes soon!
#foodaholicsinahmedabad #foodaholics #ahmedabad #livetoeat #foodhunt #foodfind #foodblog #foodwriters #food #foodlove #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram #instafood

@poetryahmedabad For those who don’t know where to take their partners for a fancy meal in a romantic setting, the newest place in Ahmedabad offers one notch above what you’re expecting, in terms of ambience. A faux sky, scattered with starry lights, a Mediterranean inspired wall, a quaint brick flooring – take your pick and decide which setting you want. Roomy enough for you to walk around without bumping into other diners, this place offers privacy and ambience alike. While it is a fancy, high-end place – do not mistake it for fine-dine. That, it isn’t. There aren’t any formal dress codes and the restaurant offers a lot of fusion dishes on the menu, calibrated to the Ahmedabadi palate. The menu consists carefully and thoughtfully curated preparations to tempt Amdavadi tastebuds. We tried a Tandoori Crostini for starters, a dish that can be best described as a Naan Pizza – a nice chargrilled piece of bread topped with cheese, jalapenos, peppers and olives. The Malacca’s Laksa Soup is a flavourful coconut milk based broth, seasoned with lemongrass. Another one of our favourites was the Crispy Rosti, a basic dish that consists of grated fried potatoes topped with a tangy chutney and pickled onions – a party in your mouth that reminds you of the magic of simplicity. Other dishes on the menu worth a mention were the Ban Bihari Paneer, squares of paneer stuffed with a melange of spices - an acquired taste. The Naples Pannoni deserves a try simply for the effort that goes into making it, with each penne pasta painstakingly stuffed with cheese. Another speciality of theirs is the Thal Biryani – flavoured with saffron, chandan, kewra – this too is an acquired taste and for those who don’t like their food coming onto them in an overwhelming fashion, this one could be given a miss. Another dish that can be given a miss is the Bread Strata, which lacks flavour and is a little lumpy as well. The one thing missing here, are the desserts. There were none apart from the ice cream. Hope that changes soon! #foodaholicsinahmedabad #foodaholics #ahmedabad #livetoeat #foodhunt #foodfind #foodblog #foodwriters #food #foodlove #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram #instafood

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