Indian Food BUFFET at the Revolving Restaurant + Ada...Davidsbeenhere
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With our first day in Ahmedabad underway, Sam, our new friend Rutu, and I continued our Gujarati adventures with a stop at an incredible local UNESCO World Heritage Site, followed by lunch at an amazing Indian food buffet! Come along with us as we continue our exploration of Ahmedabad!
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We started off at the Adalaj Stepwell, a gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage Site that is located just outside of Ahmedabad in the village of Adalaj. Ornately and intricately carved out of sandstone, the stepwell was built in 1498 by Queen Rudadevi to honor her husband, Rana Veer Singh of the Vaghela Dynasty, and to collect rainwater. It’s considered a stellar example of Indian architecture, and I can certainly understand why! We explored down below before going up top to take some photos and get some amazing views. It’s one of my favorite attractions I’ve ever visited in India! It’s truly a spectacular sight to behold.
On our way to our next destination, we rode through the down of Adalaj and saw lots of mud-and-brick homes and dairy businesses. Eventually, we arrived at Neelkanth Patang Revolving Restaurant, and it was a good thing, because I couldn’t wait to eat more Indian food!
The restaurant’s buffet (900 rupees per person, or $12-$13 U.S.) contained a variety of Indian dishes from different states and regions. We started off with a cool and refreshing watermelon juice before loading up our plates. On my first trip up to the buffet counter, I grabbed a flatbread called papad; a chickpea dish called channa chatpata; miniature pancakes with tomatoes, green peppers, red peppers, onions, and coriander; coconut chutney; a thick sambhar; idli; a potato fritter called Batata Vada; a chickpea dish called chole bhature; a dish that looked like palak paneer; Rajasthani pitod ki sabzi; and paneer padam.
I started with the cauliflower chili starter at our table, which was crispy and extremely tasty; a minty paneer dish; and a veggie patty with mint chutney.
The Palak Paneer contained carrots and spinach and was delicious, and I tried one of the other paneer dishes with some ghee naan, which was fantastic. The idli, which is made from steamed rice batter, was nice and spongy, while the chole bhature was rich in flavor and full of spices! The mini pancake was incredible with the coconut chutney, and the batata vada was lightly deep-fried and still pretty soft. I went back to the naan for more of the paneer, followed by the crispy papad. I could see and feel the restaurant rotate as I ate!
By the time I finished my plate, I was pretty full, but our table had revolved around to the dessert area, so I grabbed one sweet and crispy jalebi and a spongy and syrupy rasgulla, which are my two favorite sweets I’d tried previously. I took a bite of each before combining them, which made for an intense and sugary combination! We then finished off our meal with a buttermilk drink called chaas, which is traditionally had after meals in Gujarat. It was sour, almost like curd.
What an incredible afternoon! I hope you enjoyed our Adalaj Stepwell visit and our mouthwatering Indian food buffet lunch! If you did, please give it a thumbs up and leave me a comment below. Also, please subscribe to my channel and click the notification bell so you don’t miss any of my upcoming food and travel content!
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