Enjoying a meal of local specialities in a village-like atmosphere charms the senses. Add to that a museum with a vast display of traditional utensils for storing, preparing and cooking food, and one is privy to a very special experience. And these are there for enjoying at Vishalla (founded in 1978), a complex of huts, inspired by vernacular architecture, with long wooden tables and string beds for dining and home to the Vechaar Utensils Museum (founded in 1981) at Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
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