Rajwadu Gujarati Rajasthani Restaurant with Village Theme
At “Rajwadu”, we not only bring alive the traditional Indian and Gujarati culture but also harp on the need to preserve the same for future generations; quite simply because we want the myriad expressions which have come to occupy the faces to last and be passed on.
The traditional welcome – full of warmth; the leisurely saunter in lush green surrounds along lantern lit pathways and responsible for those manifold expressions; the courtyard temple with four generation idols; the works of art and the resplendent architecture of yesteryears; and much more, is what “Rajwadu” is all about. Not to forget the cuisine and we – your
host; comprising of our in house – staff whom we call members of our extended family
and who breathe, day in and night out traditional hospitality. What we call “Mehmangati”
“Rajwadu”, a theme based restaurant spread over 12,000 sq. yards represents ancient culture and life style of villages in India.
It begun in August 1998, when Mr. Paresh patel and Mr. Rajesh Patel together planted a promising idea of providing the Ahmedabadis the taste of their very own culture. “Rajwadu”, thus came into existence. The name itself echoes of royalty and tradition.
A quite and serene place in the suburbs of the bustling city. Tranquil environment, Rajwadi khatla and Traditional Gujarati and Rajasthani food right under the open sky. What more can one ask for? “Rajwadu” is known as the epitome of authentic food