Gopi Dalbati

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Gopi Dalbati Reviews and Ratings - Ognaj, Ahmedabad


Rated 4.0 by Saurabh Gadani

One of the best restaurants on SG highway, 3 options for dine there Indoor, Outdoor and In Hut also garden for children. About food, dalbati was awesome and in punjabi food must try cheese butter masala. About service, service was okay because of rush


Rated 1.0 by Manan Patel

Very poor service. I should suggest that no one should go there.My experience there was very poor And they were not listening at me or my friends


Rated 3.0 by Prakhar Mewada

On our way back to a weekend trip, 11 of us visited this place and were totally amazed to see the crowd in there! It's a huge place to have food with friends and family with indoor and outdoor seating! I, personally, am a big fan of kathiawadi food, especially khichdi and kadhi so that was the first thing we order. Was disappointed with it as the I've had better. Apart from that we had the spicy and tingy vagharelo rotlo along with daal baati and added Macaroni to make it a unique combo! Everything, apart from khichdi kadhi was tasty!


Rated 3.0 by Divyangna Parikh

So this place beneath the gota bridge is the place to go if you crave good dal bati. You could go with your entire family of 15 or 4, this place accommodates everyone. Dal Baati - very good dal in a huge bowl. Bowl is an understatement. It's a matla. Keep ordering baatis till you can. One portion of the dal could do with 10 odd baatis. Jeera rice - simple and standard Vagherlo rotlo - spicy, well seasoned, curd based option is a great use of left over bajri na rotla. Quite scrumptious and heavy, laden with Ghee. Khichdi kadhi - simple gujju home cooked feels wala meal. Can't go wrong. Baked macaroni with pineapple - cause why not!


Rated 3.0 by Dhaval Mehta

Tried North Indian cuisine, the taste differed between two consecutive orders of the same sabji. First time around it tasted good, the second time, not so much. Service was prompt, minimal waiting time even on Saturday eve. Might visit again, but will definitely avoid North Indian cuisine.