It's a good place to enjoy a traditional Gujarati experience of a country home. The staff is courteous and well mannered. You feel like you entering a traditional home with all the fanfare. There is a really nice open area with traditional seating -a waiting area with landscaped surroundings, a small indoor temple and even shopping options. The food area is nice and food is served in traditional brass ware. The food is average in my opinion. And there are just too many favors that confused my head and m palate. The hosts keep walking by you asking if you want a second serving even before you shave finished what's on your plate. So there is absolutely no scope of conversation while eating - unless you are ok being disturbed every 4 minutes. Other than that, I really enjoyed every bit of my visit to Rajwadu especially the ambience.
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