Gujarati cuisine is as simple as it gets. Most Gujarati outlets have added too much to their Thali making it more complex and confusing. I have seen almost everything in a Gujarati Thali, it ranges from a simple rajma to apple jalebis. Thankfully Annakut Ahmedabad was just pure simple Gujarati food.

Annakut, Ahmedabad
Source: Chintan Thakkar

I really loved the ambience and the simple seating arrangement. The menu was fixed and it included everything. It started with snacks like tikha ganthiya and ended with khichdi kadhi. It was all what you normally find in a Gujarati household.

Annakut Ahmedabad
Source: Chintan Thakkar

Gujarati Cuisine at Annakut, Ahmedabad

Everything tasted really simple and yet it managed to create an impression. For me, the Basundi, Bhakhri, Tandalja ni Bhaji, Kadhi and the Bataka Vada were the top performers. I really loved the mild flavour of the food and choices offered. Everything belonged to Gujarati cuisine but yet everyone had an option. There was something for everyone on the plate.

Annakut, Ahmedabad
Source: Chintan Thakkar

I found the staff to be a bit uncoordinated. They were very quick but a couple of times they needed a few reminders from diners. The concept of a bell on the table and how it relieved me of yelling excuse me every once in a while.

The Gujarati Thali for dinner is priced around 350 bucks and considering the quality of food they serve I think it was fairly priced.

Annkut, Ahmedabad is a place where you can take your NRI relatives and get a lot of praises.


Chintan Thakkar aka the tummy man is a bigtime foodie, you can follow his food discoveries here: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter.


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