Silvassa Pronunciations (help·info); is the capital of the Indian Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.During Portuguese rule, Silvassa was also known as Vila de Paço d'Arcos, after the town of the same name near Lisbon (Paço de Arcos, Oeiras). The city has a large number of factories and industries providing significant government revenue, which allows the city to maintain a low level of taxation. The city is one of the hundred Indian cities competing in a national level competition to get the funds under Narendra Modi's flagship Smart Cities Mission. Silvassa will be competing for the one of last 10 spots against 20 cities from across India.
Things to do in Silvassa
4.5 based on 68 reviews
Gujrati Thali Place on Vapi Highway
I love this place & Ambiance. Staff is too good and they have really very good knowledge of food and also we dressed & performed. I must suggest this place who every visit Vapi. Once go and plan to visit.
4 based on 22 reviews
I have visited this place on a few occasions now and would recommend it to people looking for good food around Silvassa. The staff members are friendly and service is very good.
Only thing they need to improve is non vegetarian options in the buffet.
But the a la carte is a great value for money for all non vegetarians.
4 based on 43 reviews
Valentino Restaurant is situated on the main Naroli-Silvassa Road and has a good frontage, so you can easily find it. It is basically a Bakery that makes & sells good Cakes & Cookies as well as some Veg Fast Food Items too. They are most popular for their lovely Eggless Cakes and their wide range of Cookies. They however also have an open air Seating area with tables & chairs, where you can savor some of their some Veg Fast Food Items too. There is some amount of street parking too, so this is not an issue. A good place to have a light Veggie Snack and to buy some delicious Cakes & Cookies whenever you are in Silvassa.
4 based on 232 reviews
Looks a fabulous place. Lot of thinking & creativity gone into it while designing, with traditional Punjabi, folk-like surroundings, decoration, images, dancing statues, music etc. Having food while sitting on a traditional "khaat" (cot) was a unique experience. But food quality (too spicy & oily) & service needs improvement.
3.5 based on 106 reviews
THE ORIGIN Parsi da Dhaba was established on 3rd May 2009, by Urvaksh and Amy Hoyvoy, out of a passionate desire to showcase and present the robust and delicious Parsi Cuisine to non Parsi's world over. Parsi food is absolutely unique, it has its basic ancestry from Persia, but over the years in India, Parsi cuisine adopted the spices and methods creating a robust, gregarious and very unique cuisine. Parsi da Dhaba is a mile stone in Parsi Cuisine, following strict recipes kept within the family. Although we must eat to live, we must also look forward to life and of course, eating well. In this grand endeavour we the founders dedicate our life. THE NAME Because in every Parsi there is a little bit of a Sardar. As expressed by the renowned chef of ITC Sheraton, you can have a fancy restaurant with terrible food or a simple Dhaba with great food. Plus being on the Highway the word Dhaba stood out and it is the first and only Parsi da Dhaba in the world.
Average parsi food unappealing bland in taste. Had tried farcha chicken, chelo kebab, mutton dhansak, mutton sali boti, and custard. The best part was custard. It was really delicious and extremely balanced. As far as the website gallery shows celebrity and their comments about food, seems exaggerated and over hyped. Fill your stomach but leaves you with unsatisfied soul.
4 based on 64 reviews
Delicious food! Experienced a very friendly and warm hospitality.
Very courteous staff. And it feels so good once you a ready for order, Head Chef comes and takes your order with utmost attention keeping the details intact.
During my visit, staff was diligent, courteous and prompt.
Sr. Captain: Prashant
Head Chef & Manager: Chef.Gersome
Cuisine Incharge: Chef.Shamim
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Dairyland Established in 1967, at Nariman Nagar, 350 acres of green pastures on NH 8 two hours outside Mumbai, where the Parsi Dairy Farm buffalo's and cows roamed and bathed in a special 1/2 acre swimming pool specially built for them. Dairyland was the producer & manufacturer of Mava, Mithais, Shrikhand, Kulfi, Caramel Toffees exclusively for Parsi Dairy Farm and was known as Dairyland a manufacturing branch of Parsi Dairy Farm. Parsi Dairy Farm focused on retail while Dairyland focused on 5 star hotels, Restaurants and kirana stores as well as built a brand in Gujarat. In 2002 Dairyland moved away from Parsi Dairy Farm and began to build it's own brand in Mumbai, parts of Maharashtra and Gujarat, even exporting Kulfi to the Middle East. Today Dairyland A division of Parsi Dairy having 99 years of experience in making and distributing top premium dairy products is spreading happiness and health. Feel the 99 years in our kulfi's recipes.
We were returning from Vapi and stopped over this icon ic place. we ordered Punjabi Thali @ 250/- , Batatawada @ 90, Paneer pakoda @ 140 and relished food.we also took sweets from the dairy. food was tasty , quantity on lower side. costly too
4 based on 55 reviews
4 based on 30 reviews
I was an get together with friends at the orchid. It was an nice experience of being at new place. Staff was humble and polite. Their service were too good. Food was also hyegenic. I would like to recommend this for my future visit to Vapi.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Enjoyed some authentic Chinese and Thai food at this joint. Even the regular dishes are tasting good. Golden garlic rice and vegetables in plum sauce are my favs..only if we could have some non veg...but it's veg time for now...
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