The online shop is a reflection of Gujarati food as we eat it at home.
Using traditional recipes, methods and perfected techniques without comprise.
Our online menu is the same concept we served at our restaurant.
A concise menu with permanent dishes as well selected seasonal dishes.
Made using the traditional recipes, methods and techniques learned and perfected over generations.
Without comprise we deliver traditional Gujarati food exactly as we eat it at home.
The Indian region known as Gujarat has a long history of vegetarianism, this is linked to the regions major religion, Hinduism. Our food is therefore entirely vegetarian and more than often not, vegan. We do use dairy only some of the food we make, such as paneer or some sweet dishes. This is the legacy of the rural background of this cuisine, where families in the village would keep a cow, to give them fresh milk, a valuable source of protein.
The menu represents seasonality and availability of ingredients. We use the same methodology as we did in the village generations ago. We eat what is locally available and what is in season. When an ingredient is abundant and at its best, we celebrate it in as many recipes as possible.
Certain dishes are made at particular times of the year only, in relation to traditions as well as our cultural and religious heritage. For example we make Ghoogra at Diwali, a delicious pastry filled with a sweet mixture.