We were at "Agashiye", the little restaurant within the heritage hotel, "The House of Mangaldas", for an authentic Gujarati meal.Each meal was a treat to the eyes and a feast for us.They were an array of Gujarati delicacies like the meetha dal,pakoda,tamarind chutney,poori,parota,shrikhand,achar and khichadi too .The last day we were about to leave they even gave us complimentary sweets,coz of the everyday visits there and there were complimentary coupons also everytime we went for the next visit..The food was enjoyable,lipsmacking and the decor was so homely and heavenly..I think this is the first time i featured something like this.
My daughter the 7 year old still says of going back ..
|as we walked through the fragrant corridors|
|walk past a lovely sunlit courtyard|
|the lovely stone path|
|urulis and flowers floating|
|black and white photographs on every walls you walk past,the bamboo shade with holes on the tube lights|
|the seating outside agashiye|
|of blockprints and patch works|
|the coloured windows|
|the plate set on the table|
|loved the light,that fell on the juice|
|loved the concept of dried leaf on a clay plate and salad on it|
|the Gujarathi thali..|
|the amazing homely icecream,they had so many flavours each particuarly for a day|