Talking of a restaurant usually brings to the mind a picture of a brightly lit, air-conditioned hall, with music playing in the background, and waiters waiting on us at the buffet counters to serve hot food i.e combination of both Indian and Kathiyavadi food (Combo)  Can you imagine a place where there are no closed rooms or halls, lanterns used instead of heavy lighting, natural air replacing air-conditioned air, folk songs being sung without mikes, muddy lanes, homely food served on a tree leaf, and everything around resembling a typical Indian village?!

Another distinguishing characteristic of the place is that you get to decide the nos of persons (adult and children)  and pay the bill at the reception itself. Selecting from the menu at your seat deprives you of the necessary relaxation. Paying the bill earlier on frees the mind from thinking about the expense. Well, if you haven’t heard of any such place, come home to Atithi Gokul.

Atithi Gokul  is not only designed like a village; the staff accords to you the same, warm hospitality you would likely experience in an Kathiyavadi village. As soon as you step in, you can let go of your worries. The atmosphere is imbued with a proximity to nature that relaxes the mind. There are no doors to be seen here – which emphasizes the focus on freeing the mind. The waiters and other staff are taditionally dressed .The interior design is certainly in a class of its own, proudly symbolizing Indian culture.

Rates for which is as below*                                                                                                                         

  1. Minimum of 400 persons with mandap decorations, flower, with rent during morning session from 7 am to 3 pm – Rs. 451 per persons

  2. Minimum of 400 persons with lights, Mandap Decorations, flower and rent from 5 pm to 11 pm Rs. 351 per person.

  3. Reservation charges of gokul -1 extra during Evening i.e. 5 pm to 11 pm