New Delhi, 18th October 2021: Sana-di-Ge, New Delhi, brings an elaborately curated coastal cuisine menu for doubling up the festive spirit this Diwali. After a lot of pandemic stress all around, freshness is the keyword! Coastal cuisine is all about maintaining the natural flavours of food so that the vibrancy of food can shine through. The festival starts from 21st October till 31st October. Here is your chance to enjoy the best of coastal cuisine in the heart of Delhi.
Food Connoisseurs and aficionados have a reason to rejoice as this festival is going to bring the best of Coastal food in Delhi. There are very few restaurants in the capital that offer authentic seafood and Sana-di-ge is one of the finest high-end in the town. Food lovers who have a penchant for deep-sea delicacies can satiate their cravings from the famed coastlines of India at the restaurant.
To start with the splendid sea food on their menu is the ‘Malabar Fish Curry,’ the Kerela delicacy; then follows the ‘Nuggekai Saru’ or better known as the drumstick rasam. It is believed to help in the digestion of the remaining food from the platter and as a remedy for wheezing, cough, asthma or other respiratory problems. The spices in the Saru have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.
In non-vegetarian set menu, the ‘Chicken Ghee Roast’ along with ‘Neerdosa’ is a must have combination, this is the traditional dish of the Shetty household.
The ‘Kadle Basle Gassi’ in Karnataka style is a comforting Indian gravy made from black chickpeas and Malabar spinach that is simmered in a secret ground masala curry with a hint of an authentic sambhar powder from the coastal regions of Karnataka.
This 10-day festival will start from 21st October 2021, so plan for time with your loved ones and book your table now to enjoy the irresistible coastal cuisine in Delhi!!
INR **1699++ /per person/ vegetarian
INR **1999++ /Per person/ non vegetarian
Timings: Lunch 12:00 pm – 3.00 pm
Dinner 6.30 pm – 11:00 pm
Prior Appointment is advisable