In the Sarkhej area 8km southwest of the old centre, Sarkhej Roza is a mosque, tomb and palace complex dedicated to the memory of Ahmed...
Vechaar Utensil Museum
At Vishalla restaurant, opposite Vasna Tol Naka, this museum displays the graceful practicality of pots and utensils, with more than...
Dai Halima Mosque
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Lonely Planet review
On the southwest outskirts of town, just off the road to Sarkhej (opposite Vasna Tol Naka), Vishalla is a magical eating experience in an open-air setting that's something of a rural village fantasy. An endless thali of Gujarati dishes you won't find in other restaurants is served on plates of leaves, at low wooden tables under open-air awnings. Dinner includes excellent performances of folk music, dance and puppet shows. The complex includes a fascinating utensil museum. An autorickshaw from the city centre costs about ₹100 return.