A culinary journey to the Great Kathiawad: Try Shivshakti Kathiawadi in Ahmedabad
Calling all flavor adventurers! Are you ready to embark on a tantalizing journey through the spicy and flavorful world of Kathiawadi cuisine? Look no further, because right in the heart of Ahmedabad, an exquisite culinary gem awaits to satisfy your taste buds like never before!
Welcome to the gastronomic wonderland of Shivshakti Kathiawadi, all the way from Porbandar. It is a beloved culinary destination that has been winning hearts of Amdavadis for a glorious 10 years with its mouthwatering offerings!
An eclectic spread of Kathiawadi delicacies and beyond
Picture this: the aroma of Kaju Gathiya, the tanginess of Lasaniya Bateka, and the richness of Dahi Bhindi. At Shivshakti, every dish is a burst of exquisite flavors that will leave you longing for more. The magic of Kathiawadi food lies in its fusion of diverse spices, and this place serves up an array of beloved dishes, ranging from the classic Kaju Gathiya and velvety Dahi Bharta to the zesty Tadka Tikhari and soulful Rajwadi Dhokdi. And that's not all! Imagine savoring piping hot Vagharelo Rotlo, irresistibly crisp Bhakhris, and delightful Masala Lasaniya Rotlas, all beautifully complementing the delectable sabjis.
A true feast for the senses, Shivshakti Kathiawadi also caters to the sweet-toothed souls with traditional staple sweet dishes like Rotla Churma, Gajar ka Halwa, Churma Ladu, and the ever-so-refreshing Lassi. As you take a bite of these sweet delicacies, you'll feel like you've been transported back to the heart of Kathiawad, indulging in the flavors of this beloved land.
The ambiance at Shivshakti Kathiawadi is warm, inviting, and simply lovely. It's no wonder that this place is always buzzing with patrons who come to savor the culinary delights it has to offer. While they do offer North Indian, Chinese, and other options on the menu, we wholeheartedly recommend you delve into their specialty: the delightful and authentic Kathiawadi dishes that have won hearts far and wide.
They have branches in Vastrapur, Paldi and Modhera.