In Daana Pani Indian restaurant, a thali is a single platter that has all of the flavours, from sweet to savoury. In general, the items are served in small bowls, but there are now hundreds of restaurants serving enormous thalis that we guarantee you won't be able to finish on your own!
So, for your gastronomic bucket list, the staff at Daana Pani Indian restaurant has put together a list of dishes of gujarati cuisine, which you won't be able to pass up.
On a silver platter, Gujarati cuisine is traditionally served. Gujaratis use a variety of spices and flavours giving their cuisine a distinct flavour.
Must have dishes served at Daana Pani Indian restaurant
A Gujarati thali's rice is an important component. Doodhpak, a rice pudding seasoned with saffron, cardamom, almonds, cashews, and raisins and produced by boiling rice with sugar and milk, is commonly served as part of a thali's dessert.
Puran poli or vedmi, a whole wheat bread stuffed with sweet chickpea dal; thepla, a bread made from a combination of flours, spices, and shredded vegetables; and puri, a deep-fried whole flour bread, have all garnered a lot of popularity.
Another delicious Gujarati delicacy is khakra. This crispy snack is high in fibre and protein, making it a good choice for diabetics and weight watchers alike.
The various side dishes served with a thali during a Gujarati meal are referred to as farsan. We recommend that you come to us the next time you want to consume wonderful Gujarati food.