29 Reviews / 29 Ratings
A must visit
A completely unique and a diffrent ambience, i loved the celing lights, a diffrent concept ,a food bring a wide ranged of variert from street food foung around the world raqi Batata Chaarc,Panini, pizzas, Double (a chick pea wrap, like Chhole- Kulche and dal pakwan !! a definate visit once any time with family and fndzzzssssss!!
Try the mockatail here , they have a wide varity here!!
For someone who is a bit experimental when it comes to food or even adventurous, HSF is one place definitely worth trying out. A mix of many different cuisines, gives the foodie an opportunity to try out different flavors. The few visits to this place with the family has always given varied experiences (all on the good side). Be it thai, mexican, italian or plain ole' bambaiyya, HSF gives you rich flavors to experience.
A MUST TRY
I WENT TO HSF LAST WEEK WITH A FRIEND AND HAD THEIR UNLIMITED LUNCH WHICH COSTS RS.250 IT WAS REALLY GREAT EVERYTHING TASTED REALLY GOOD MOCKTAILS DAM GOOD BUT SADLY ONLY ONE SERVING AND EVEN THE DESSERT ONE SERVING REST UNLIMITED . THE FOOD WAS A MIXTURE OF MEXICAN ITALIAN AND PUNJABI .
IN ALL U MUST GO THERE ....
I have been to this place some time ago, we tried the Dal Pakwan, Rajma Chawal, Falafel & Panini.
The portion of the meals was reasonable enough to suffice one person.
The Ambiance is nice and neat, we like the food over all, just that the falafel could be better, it got very messy.. :(
A Good place to hang out with friends..
Great Place to have a good time
So street food is not just limited to Indian Cuisine. Try out a lot of street food from across different cuisines and you will enjoy them. High Street Food brings varied cuisines under one roof with wonderful decor. Cheese Fondue was good, momos are my all time favourite and it is difficult for a restaurant to fail in making good momos. HSF does have good ones. Spinach Tortilla Cones were fab.
Value for money- 8/10
The number of items on the buffet were quite good. From starter to soup to main course to desert sounds impressive. But what stands out as a thorn among the roses is the amount of spice and oil. This was my 3 rd visit to this group of hotels for buffet lunch (2 visits to Haute Peppers just above HSF). All the 3 times the food was made extremely spicy. 3 times cannot be a coincidence. During my latest visit to HSF i specifically told the waiter to make the food less spicy, however it turned out to be v spicy. After serving pasta, they did not even wait to ask for the main course. They served the main course along with the pasta. They did not ask for the choice of bread and served without asking for it. The bread along with the pasta was served after the pasta was finished! Also this happened when the restaura was totally empty! Best of luck when its full.
Good options, a little too Indianized taste
Their options are awesome, concept itself very good with the interior to complement. But I found the food little too Indianized for my taste. So we ended up eating Caribbean Doubles which tasted almost same as Chholle Bhature. Both items are more or less same as far as ingredients go, but I expected the texture of Doubles to be different. Nevertheless it's a welcome change from those 5 thousand Punjabi restaurants of the city.
All fellow burpers,check out the Unlimited BUFFET LUNCH on Friday,Saturday and Sunday between 12 noon and 3 pm.@ 250 per person, a different menu on all 3 days,only the mocktail & desset are 1 serving.I ate on Friday,The Creamy Maple Shake was Sooooo refreshing,the Manchurian was a little spicy,but the Mexican tart,just right!crisp & fresh salad,the Vg Florentine deserved 2 helpings,ditto 4 the Humpty Dumpty Noodles & Paneer Kalimirch.The Parathas were piping hot and crisp,justas I had ordered.I have to say that HIGH STREET FOOD does have one of the FRESHEST & BEST tasting FOOD IN AHMEDABAD.Finally, I had Just about teenie weenie space for the fresh melt in the mouth Pineapple Pastry.The family was HAPPY,& I feel it was VALUE FOR MONEY:-) I will take my guests there next time adound...
Decent Experience. Will revisit.
I'd gone here on Holi so it wasn't crowded. Brilliant interiors. When I'd seen it from outside earlier I thought it was a tiny place with a view of a counter (what looks like a drink counter only) just as you enter and I hadn't thought much about it. This time I took a chance, went in, and had a glance at the menu which I found impressive.
The interiors had me quite captivated and I immediately wanted to check it out. From a student's perspective, it isn't exactly cheap, but note, it does have lesser priced options as well. Being non-vegetarian, I require some convincing to spend my money on Veg food but this place did that so there's a plus right there.
Coming to the food, it was good, well presented and tasted OK. Not brilliant, but just about ok. However, I wouldn't hesitate going again to try out more stuff. The desserts though were absolutely BRILLIANT. Here's a place I'd come to even if it were just for desserts and I'd recommend it for the same.
NOTE: Read the menu carefully for a description of the items. My friend ordered American Chopsuey in josh and their way of making it is an tangy version of macaroni, that I concede was. Fair warning was provided on menu and the chap taking our order had clarified with us as well.
arre yaar, majo aavi gayo, we ate the most delicious "undhiyo" at high street food today.it was not oily,sweet or mushy.The taste of all the spices was sooo well balanced.the platter also had puris,jalebis,batata wadas and chutney.The pure ghee jalebis were crisp on the outside and juicy.garam batata wadas and chutney.life ban gayi aaj! it is on till 16th jan.worth a visit,everyone.
warmed the cockles of my heart!:-)
hey! this isTHE place for a family eating out.took my teenage son and mother,I was a little tense,but the staff was too good! and the menu! god bless whoever madeit!My son ate zahra mekhliya-a levantine dish with fried cauliflower and lotsa other things in a pita.my mom happily ordered piping hot delicious masala khichdi .and i peacefully pigged out on a heavenly yummy mexican fondue.Pure bliss,when 3 generations enjoy food on the same table in a restaurant.we had the most amazing crepes and nuttela with ice cream.we are definite ly going there again
Joker in the Pack !!!
Now, since the ceiling has already got its deserved quota of praise, I'd want to train my guns towards other aspects.
Went there on a Sunday evening which meant a 10 min. waiting period. The seating, esp. the sofas may not be in tune with the table which can mean one sits at an awkward angle. The menu card has 4 divisions viz World, Panasian, Indian and Continental, each based on the suits in a deck of cards (thus the title :D ).
Coming to the food, we ordered a sloppy Joes 10" square pizza, cheese nachos, chinese bhel, chopsuey, some dish with mashed potatoes and jalapenos, and a paneer koliwada with naans to get something of everything. The pizza was passable, the nachos and mashed potatoes good, the chopsuey was good but nothing compared to the neighboring Mark Pi's. The chinese bhel came in a fried noodle basket and was not very good. The paneer though was very good and a must-try.
We couldn't try quite a few things we would have wished to try such as the Linking Road Frankie and the Cheese/chocolat fondue.
Overall a very good place to spend an evening. Quantities though can get measly at times. The other major negative is that they dont serve non-veg. Sigh !!!!!
Down to a Memory Lane
Lovely Ambience .....specially de Ceiling & Lights.....
A new concept based restaurant with goood food specifically mediterranian & chinese & Mexican. Price wise the quantity is accordingly & its not big a dammage to ur pocket. Deffinately Panini's were not as interesting as the rest of de Menu.... In all a well spent evening specially taking you through the corners of de World....! Should start Non Veg. Food as well since most of de high streets are filled up with yumm food.
Great collection of street food
This place is beautifully setup. The ambiance, the setup, the color combination, the light fixtures that hang down from the ceiling, the paintings put in on the wall etc. will very likely win your heart without you even putting the first morsel of food in your mouth.
The menu is not very complicated. They've divided it into various zones - Continental, Asian, India and Mediterranean. They also have a drinks menu that lists various Smoothies, Shakes and other beverages.
Our group had the following - Khow Suey, Spinach Panini, a Sloppy Joe Pizza, A "double" and I had a Falafel.
The pita bread used for my falafel didn't hold on very nicely. It gave away in the first 2 mins of my order landing on the table... leading to some great mess. I ended up eating the rest of my stuff with a fork. The rest of the stuff was good.
I also ordered a Berry Smoothie made up of yogurt and blueberries. I just loved it.
Overall a recommended place.
good but very oily food.
i heard a lot abt this place. was really forward to try it. place is nice, good interiors, good capacity, good location, good street food choices, BUT the food was just OK. the Indonesian Satay was really good in taste with nice peanut sauce, it would have been much better with less oil. The Linking road Frankie was too oily ( The chef should actually go to linking road to know that tatste) pani puri and pavbhaji was good.
Overall food can be better with LESS OIL.
Great food, love the ambiance
Went to this place on my birthday, first thing that I noticed as I walked in, was the ceiling..just superb!
The place has a clean look, loved the dainty table trays set with lace sheets....
Menu is great..
The starter (papa rellenos..i hope i got that right) were two rolls of mashed potatoes with sensational fillings..(the crust light and crunchy..not oily to the touch) were served with one roll of bread and mayo..
The corn soup was great..no cornflour added..just the way a soup should be. The momo's we ordered got cold, since the waiter served everything at once...I wouldn't recommend the momos.
We needed something heavy to eat, so we ordered the Caribbean/Jamaican rice with salsa...now that is a yum dish..go for it..though why did they serve tortillas with it is a mystery..was I supposed to roll the rice in the tortillas and have it? They should explain how the dish is eaten...(If you say, eat with your hands, or with your mouth, that is the lamest reply!!)
All in all I would recommend this place..next I'm going to try the Linking road frankie, law garden pizza and jumbo vada pav..(though for 50 bucks I could eat 5 of them off the street)
Once downside, this place is toooo noisy...but then with Gujju's around, is noise far to be found?
WITH THIS RESTAURANT,AHMEDABAD GOES TO NEXT LEVEL OF INTERNATIONAL DINING.TRULY FOOD FROM AROUND THE WORLD.
LAST I TRIED YOGURT SHAKE WITH BLUBERRY......SUPERB.THOUGH QUANTITY IS LESS WITH THEIR DRINKS. I TRIED SOMETHING LIKE POTATO ROLLS [SPANISH OR ARGENTINE]......SUPERB. BEFORE I TASTED SOMETHING LIKE FALAFAL[GREEK].....TRULY DELICIOUS.WHY THEY HAVEN'T INCLUDED SHWARAMA ?
GO..TRY....AN INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE.
Great street Food!!!
This new place is awesome... It has got street food from all over the world... So you can find your falafel and pani-puri in once place... Great interiors... hygienic and great-tasting street food and authentic taste... A bit pricey, but worth it... A huge variety on the menu... I can't wait to go back there and try some more items...
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