When you take a walk from Ahmadabad’s Bhadra Fort towards the Jumma Masjid, you’ll find a number of small eateries and carts selling the most amazing non-vegetarian food in different corners. This area is known as Bhatiyar Gali or Cook's Lane. One can try the keema samosa at Bera or fried chicken at ZK Fry Center. The heavenly cuisine brings the food lovers from faraway corners of the city to this place.
Kathiawadi Thali – Kathiawadi Thali originates from Gujarat’s Saurashtra region. Unlike the food of Gujarat that is sweet in taste, the Kathiawadi thali is extremely spicy. The most popular dishes from Kathiawad region are bhakri, eggplant curries, stuffed chillies, undhiyo, patra, dhokla, dhokli and chunda. This region has a unique way of preparing the food. They lit the coal a few feet under the ground and bury the food and ingredients in earthen pots for a few hours. The prepared meal is then taken out. This was a practice followed by the traders and shephards of this region who wanted to save the food from getting spoilt because of the high temperature.
Night markets of Law Garden and Manek Chowk – The nightlife in Ahmedabad doesn’t seem to end. The night markets of Ahmedabad are known to be up and running till 4 AM in the morning. The jewelry market of Manek Chowk turns into a hustling market by the evening. One can find Biryani, Pao Bhaji, and Kulfi in every corner of Manek Chowk. The popularity of this market can be guessed by the fact that the seats are never empty and you’ll probably have to wait for at least fifteen minutes before your turn arrives.