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sammienatorr 5 - Burrp User

sammienatorr 5

October 13,2015

Gujju treat!!

Located on the GN Chetty road, right in the heart of the city, this hidden gem existed and I never knew. Until a few weeks ago when a friend of mine told me to go check it out. Even though it's right on the main road, it's not that easily visibly. Amdavadi sits pretty right next to the veg/shop (can't pronounce or spell the name of that shop) and bang opposite the health and glow. They have Valet parking, so brownie points for that.

I'm not a big fan of vegetarian food but when i read 80% good reviews about a place, I got curious about it. And it's plain curiosity that took me here in the first place. I stopped by a few weeks ago for a quick bite and absolutely loved it.

Though a hard core carnivore, I'm a huge fan of anything that's deep fried and when I saw the sona mohare and saboodana vada on the menu I flipped, I was transformed back to my college days, when my gujju friends would bring these yummie treats for us. I ordered a plate of each and loved then to bits. A few days ago I got a chance to revisit the place as my friend was doing a photo shoot. During the shoot i was drooling over all the items that were being shot. I of course did not get to try the dishes as I was in a hurry but I'm definitely heading back soon for a taste.

Charming, romantic, beautiful, enchanting... I can go on and on about the place. The wooden panels with glass panes, the brick walls, the pictures on the wall, the tiny wooden chairs and tables, the copper jars, mirrors with wooden carved frames - all create a picture perfect place..

Service was smooth, nothing much to complain in that area. A meal for two can sum up to 400+ which is really reasonable..

Ambience - 5/5.
Service - 4/5.
Food & Beverages - 4/5.
Pricing - 5/5.
Location - 5/5.
Parking - Valet.
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priyadarshnivel - Burrp User


May 22,2014


I have been to this place thrice and love few dishes here. Phankis, khandvis and sabudana vada. Decent Gujarati cuisine and will definitely recommend this place, worth a visit.
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Ghumta Bhukkad - Burrp User

Ghumta Bhukkad

October 30,2013

Gujarati Experience

A quiet place, wonderfully designed and its very rare that you are going to a Gujarati restaurant and place is so quiet.
Khaman - Exactly we call it Nylon Khaman in Gujarat, It was tasty ,sweet, spongy and perfect texture as expected.
Khandvi - It was not on par with our expectation , it has to be more softer than it was but the taste was good.
Fafda - This was disappointment as the masala was too much on it and taste was not as it has to be, authenticity was missing.
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Maniac_maddu - Burrp User


August 30,2013

OK. Just about

No expert on Gujju cuisine, so, Not sure of the authenticity.

The taste was just OK. Didn't work too well for me.
Worth a one time try to checkout if this kind of food works for you.

Service is slow. No suggestions given by staff.
Read the menu and make what you can of the description

Overall a bland experience.
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Management chaos and ok food

Went to this place last night, pretty impressed with interiors and the piping hot food they served, however the good part stops there.

1. I am no expert on gujju food but my family is and they say that the coconut is spoilt. The coriander chutney was spoilt
2. They messed up our bill and interchanged it with the next table but the issue is that they did not find it .
3. Horrible parking attendant /valet parking who did not have a clue where my car was. Finally i asked him to show me where he parked and i went and took the car myself
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srinivast - Burrp User


April 18,2013

Good attempt but can definitely be better

Let me enumerate very quickly the experience on all the dimensions:
Location: well connected
Ability to locate: pretty challenging; wish there was a signage that leads to the main entrance of this restaurant tucked in right next to Covai Fruit Stall, opposite to Residency Towers.
Ambiance: Just fine; good lighting can be provided in the premises
Service: the biggest sore point: the whole staff is new. But the issue is their inability to suggest any item, take the order in time and delivering it in time, completely disengaged team from NE and couple of locales. But there seems to be disinterest or hesitation to engage the consumer. There is hardly any body but none of the wait staff members or the overseeing managers are able to enquire about the food, suggest any house specialty or offer any suggestion on the combinations or even the portion size of dish.
Food: just about OK; guess its a good attempt to contemporarize Gujju food; but the result is that it lacks the zing and characteristic taste of an authentic dish. I feel that the dishes are a cross of Thai/Gujju.
Billing: slow...so is the service
Mosquitoes floating in air...
Wish they a offered finger bowl.
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premchandu_ba  - Burrp User


April 09,2013

Bad Experience

We were the only customers and had initial doubts as to how this place is gonna be. And sure enough, it didn't turn out to be a great experience. Pretty neat interiors but very uncomfortable wooden chairs; like the ones we would find in old sabha's and auditoriums. Small menu, but even then the waiter was not able to explain a dish, and the taste was not really great either. Very disappointing!!!
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The best and only AUTHENTIC gujju food in chennai

Thepla,poha,undoo,alu sabji with poori,sabudana wada
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