in Gujarati means on the terrace. This beautiful
restaurant is spread over two huge terraces
are inter-connected by a smaller one that
houses a small wooden cottage. At Agashiye,
the food is freshly prepared, a lot of it
in the terrace kitchen where you can see it.
Our attempt is to retain the distinct flavours
of the ingredients and we use both spices
and oil sparingly. The menu at Agashiye changes
daily and varies seasonally too, so an item
that you particularly liked during a previous
visit may not be there on the menu. Though
we hope you'd find another favourite!
The staff at Agashiye comprises mostly
of men from neighboring villages. During
dinner, they will guide you to the waiting
area where you will be served juice and
starters. You will be informed when your
table is ready. During lunch, you are seated
at your table right away.
The food is served in a kansa thali immediately
on being seated at the table. The meal starts
with a choice of Indian breads and ends
with rice. Servings are unlimited. The staff
has been instructed not to constantly hover
around you and yet be attentive. In case
you have a specific requirement, a supervisor
will be there to assist you.
Please don't be surprised if you are served
a non-Gujarati dish or hear non-Indian music
at Agashiye. It is neither an ethnic nor
a theme restaurant. It is meant to be a
dining experience in a contemporary Gujarati
Agashiye can be booked for parties of up
to 400 people with a buffet setting. Please
contact reception for further information.