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Millets

We at Millets Of Mewar consider local Millets as future of food. Click above to know more about why we think so. 

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Vegan/ Gluten Free

Our menu contains a variety of vegan and gluten free options made with coconut, almond, soy milk and millets to accommodate dairy/gluten-free diets (and because they taste good).

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Slow Food Network

Slow Food Udaipur provides a platform to build consciousness about the food we eat in Udaipur. It seeks to connect urban consumers with farmers, chefs and others directly working with food.

 

Our Story Begins In The City of Lakes

Millets of Mewar, Rajasthan’s first dedicated health food restaurant, opened in November 2011 and has since developed a regular and enthusiastic following. The restaurant is the shared vision of like-minded friends—Surendra (Sunny) Gandharva, Manoj (Manu) Prajapat—who believe in the power of food to inspire good health, good conversation, and environmental consciousness. Just four months after opening, Millets of Mewar was ranked the #1 restaurant in Udaipur on Trip Advisor.

Millets’ master chefs, Manu and Sunny, began experimenting with health food in 2007 in their hometown of Udaipur – focusing on local grains, vegetables, and spices. Their creations received an overwhelmingly positive response, which encouraged them to begin catering for events, attending food festivals, and running a food cart in Udaipur twice a week. The team was looking for their next project, and thus Millets of Mewar was born! These days, when they’re not improving or expanding the menu or discussing art and current events with customers and friends, the guys volunteer at various local and national organizations. They also host volunteers, cultural events, book swaps, and workshops.