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Amdavadis love their food and when it comes to Italian, there is no stopping them. Here is a list of places where you can find it in the Gujju junction.
Last updated on 02-06-2017
Keeping with being a coffee shop, Sun Dew has a casual ambiance and pleasant colors. The buffet area is a dominating feature of the restaurant, with dishes set on a center table that is convenient for diners to go around and select what they like and in the corner. The walls near the buffet counters are interestingly decorated with stone patterns and the dark tiles around the buffet table standard out against the rest of the flooring.
Tryst – The Lounge is for all those who want to be a part of the kewl group of the city. To dine in Tryst is an experience in itself as the sitting arrangements are quite chic and comfortable with low, square, leather seats and lights under the table.
La Feasta was launched on CG Road as Ahmedabad’s first Italian-speciality restaurant (with some Mexican thrown in) and it still remains a favourite of many a globe-trotting Amdavadis. Many of the city’s industrialists, old-money families as well as the creative set swear by their clear soups, salads, pastas and pizzas.
Delizio is an aesthetically pleasing place to drop in for a meal and some of the food is pretty good too. Snacks like sandwiches and pizzas are available, as are cakes at the café outside which also has a softy ice cream and milkshake counter of the locally reputed Dairy Den brand. But if you have gone there for a meal, among the preparations that you should definitely try are their soups.
The Eatery is the coffee shop and all-day-dining restaurant of Four Points by Sheraton, and does okay in coffee shop fare like sandwiches and snacks. They also do a passable biryani for those who are looking for something substantial in the late-afternoon.
Raisin has recently gone through renovation and looks really smart. It is a good place to meet friends over chai, coffee, sandwiches, rolls/wraps and cakes/desserts. The range of beverages from teas and coffees to shakes is sizeable, and very much in keeping with the concept of a café. If you are looking for something more substantial, they also have a good selection of pastas, noodles, panini and combo meals, as well as starters/side orders. Cheese lovers should try their fondue. Most of their food is good.
For Italian food enthusiasts, Italian Junction is a good place to enjoy Spinaci Salsa, Zuppa di Broccoli, Ravoili, Risotto and other dishes in a pleasant ambience. The Assorted Crostini is a good starter, while house specials like Mona Lisa Pizza (spicy tomato, mushrooms, olives, onions, corn, herbs, artichokes) and Penne in Barbaresca Sauce have a good following at this restaurant.