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South Indian Food Places In Ahmedabad For Ones Who Can’t Say No To Dosa!

South Indian Food Places In Ahmedabad For Ones Who Can’t Say No To Dosa!


It is obvious to hunt for South Indian Food Places in Ahmedabad if you are travelling but looking for something healthy, easy to digest, but tasty to eat.


So, have a look at the following 7 out of dozens of South Indian Food Places in Ahmedabad:

  1. Dravida, The Fern, Ahmedabad 
  • The only fine South Indian restaurant in the town.
  • It serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals from all the southern states of India.
  • price for 2- Rs 1600
Dravida, The Fern

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  1. Kovalam- A South Indian Kitchen, CG Road, West Ahmedabad
  • It is vegetarian and open for lunch and dinner.
  • It also provides South Indian Thali meals and mini-meals.
  • price for 2- Rs 700
  1. Gwalia Vanakkam, Prahlad Nagar, West Ahmedabad
  • It is a vegetarian restaurant which serves south Indian Snacks and meals also.
  • It also has exciting interiors with a Kerala houseboat shape.
  • This place is open from 9:00am to 11:00pm
  • price for 2 -Rs 400
  1. Radhika Authentic South Indian food, Prahlad Nagar, West Ahmedabad
  • Their all recipes come from the house of women.
  •  The vegetarian restaurant opens on all days.
  • Price for 2- Rs 600.
Radhika Authentic South Indian food

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  1. Sankalp, 4D Square Mall, Chandkheda
  • It is one of the oldest south Indian chain restaurants in town.
  • It serves only vegetarian south Indian meals and mini-meals.
  • Price for 2- Rs 700.
  1. Dakshinayan, Navrangpura, West Ahmedabad
  • Located near St Xavier College, Cross Roads.
  • opens from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm
  • Price for 2 Rs- 800
  1. South Leaf- The Food Chain, Prahlad Nagar, West Ahmedabad
  • Located on the ground floor on SG Highway.
  •  Vegetarian place. It stays open from 8:00am to 11:00pm.
  • Price for 2 Rs- 800
South Leaf- The Food Chain

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You might be surprised to know that there are hundreds of South Indian Food Places in Ahmedabad! It seems like Gujarati people love Dose, Vada and Idli, and do not seem to be getting enough of it. Maybe it has to do something with Jethalal and Ayer? Who knows?

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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