Punjabiyat by Jassi De Parathe There are two versions of Punjabi food the one we are largely exposed to has the robust taste of the masalas stand out The other lesser known is the version that you d be served at a quiet home in Jalandhar the one that seems to focus on the primary ingredients and not the hidden tastemakers Punjabiyat is a restaurant about the second version of Punjabi food the kinds that keep you wanting for more It s located on the first floor of the same building that has Caffix opposite Shankar s Icecream library off Sindhu Bhavan Rd its amusing how i now give directions using restaurants as the landmark The interiors are very well done and it felt as if we had entered a cleaner better dhaba Here s what was recommended to us Lassi Namakpare di chaat Chole Paneer di Sabji I m not sure how a masala papad fit the Punjabiyat of what we had ordered but we nonetheless called for one because we love masala papad The Chole Paneer di Sabji was something I haven t had in the city subtle flavors and contrasting to what one might expect it to be from the looks The rotis that came with the chole had ghee on it as against butter or even that terrible table margarine used by most restaurants We were told that most of the ingredients used in the kitchen were organic and they were trying to stick to it as much as they could as per availability A part of their kitchen is open for guests to see is a great plus About 650 for a meal for 2 seemed worth it especially when the food has a good repeat value Cheers n Happy Eatin p s It was great to see them hire women in the kitchen a rare sight as far as Ahmedabad restaurants are concerned I recall Hojamalo hiring an all women team for their kitchens as well

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Punjabiyat by Jassi De Parathe

There are two versions of Punjabi food - the one we are largely exposed to, has the robust taste of the masalas stand out. The other, lesser known is the version that you'd be served at a quiet home in Jalandhar - the one that seems to focus on the primary ingredients and not the hidden tastemakers.
Punjabiyat is a restaurant about the second version of Punjabi food, the kinds that keep you wanting for more.
It's located on the first floor of the same building that has Caffix, opposite Shankar's Icecream library off Sindhu Bhavan Rd (its amusing how i now give directions using restaurants as the landmark)
The interiors are very well done and it felt as if we had entered a cleaner, better dhaba.
Here's what was recommended to us :
Lassi
Namakpare di chaat
Chole Paneer di Sabji
I'm not sure how a masala papad fit the Punjabiyat of what we had ordered, but we nonetheless called for one (because we love masala papad!) The Chole Paneer di Sabji was something I haven't had in the city; subtle flavors and contrasting to what one might expect it to be from the looks. The rotis that came with the chole had ghee on it, as against butter (or even that terrible table margarine) used by most restaurants.
We were told that most of the ingredients used in the kitchen were organic and they were trying to stick to it as much as they could as per availability. A part of their kitchen is open for guests to see, is a great plus.
About 650/- for a meal for 2 seemed worth it especially when the food has a good repeat value.
Cheers n Happy Eatin'!! p.s - It was great to see them hire women in the kitchen, a rare sight as far as Ahmedabad restaurants are concerned. I recall Hojamalo hiring an all-women team for their kitchens as well.
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Punjabiyat by Jassi De Parathe There are two versions of Punjabi food - the one we are largely exposed to, has the robust taste of the masalas stand out. The other, lesser known is the version that you'd be served at a quiet home in Jalandhar - the one that seems to focus on the primary ingredients and not the hidden tastemakers. Punjabiyat is a restaurant about the second version of Punjabi food, the kinds that keep you wanting for more. It's located on the first floor of the same building that has Caffix, opposite Shankar's Icecream library off Sindhu Bhavan Rd (its amusing how i now give directions using restaurants as the landmark) The interiors are very well done and it felt as if we had entered a cleaner, better dhaba. Here's what was recommended to us : Lassi Namakpare di chaat Chole Paneer di Sabji I'm not sure how a masala papad fit the Punjabiyat of what we had ordered, but we nonetheless called for one (because we love masala papad!) The Chole Paneer di Sabji was something I haven't had in the city; subtle flavors and contrasting to what one might expect it to be from the looks. The rotis that came with the chole had ghee on it, as against butter (or even that terrible table margarine) used by most restaurants. We were told that most of the ingredients used in the kitchen were organic and they were trying to stick to it as much as they could as per availability. A part of their kitchen is open for guests to see, is a great plus. About 650/- for a meal for 2 seemed worth it especially when the food has a good repeat value. Cheers n Happy Eatin'!! p.s - It was great to see them hire women in the kitchen, a rare sight as far as Ahmedabad restaurants are concerned. I recall Hojamalo hiring an all-women team for their kitchens as well. #foodaholicsinahmedabad #foodaholics #ahmedabad #livetoeat #foodhunt #foodfind #foodblog #foodwriters #food #foodlove #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram #instafood #foodnetwork #foodfeed #foodtalk #foodtalkindia #ipaidforit #foodinahmedabad #placestoeatinahmedabad #thingstodoinahmedabad

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