Celebrate the festival of Saatvik food at Sana-di-ge, New Delhi
The auspicious nine days of fasting are here and from 26th September 2022, the food lovers (be it the ones who are fasting or not fasting) will be looking forward to relishing the Satvik Navratri
The auspicious nine days of fasting are here and from 26th September 2022, the food lovers (be it the ones who are fasting or not fasting) will be looking forward to relishing the Satvik Navratri food which is only available during this time of the year. To celebrate the festival of joy, Sana-di-ge, New Delhi, is offering a sumptuous Navratra spread that compromises authentic and delicious snacks, major meals, and desserts.
Keeping the customers’ preferences and requirements in mind, the restaurant has designed this elaborate menu, which consists of Tomato Soup (a healthy and mighty one), Sabudana Aloo Tikki (fried but not heavy on the stomach), Malai Paneer Tikka (everyone’s favorite), Arabi Ka Pakoda (innovative one), Makhani Paneer (Not to be missed), Sitafal ki Sabzi (the humble blockbuster), Aloo Tamatar Ki sabzi (loved by all), Sama Ke Chawal (best companion), Sabudana Khichdi (made with love) and Kuttu ki Puri (a must try). Those who have sweet tooth must try Banana Sabudana Kheer (you can’t resist this one) and Fruit Salad (a healthy choice). We can bet that you will be spoilt by the choices.
All the food is prepared using Sendha Namak and more importantly, with utmost care and love.
The festival will start from 26th September till 4th October 2022
Timings: Lunch 12:20 pm – 3 pm
Dinner 7 pm to 11:30 pm
Prior Appointment is advisable
Sana-di-ge Delhi is located in one of Delhi’s greenest neighbourhoods—Malcha Marg Chanakya puri and is spread over three floors with a hydraulic lift to get you from one floor to the next. The name Sana-di-ge means a brass lamp in Tulu language. The restaurant is known for its authentic flavors and
original coastal recipes and fresh ingredients. Not just that, seafood from Goa, Maharashtra, and Kerala also form a part of their extensive menu! Food is served in brass plates lined with plantain leaf for guests to experience authentic Dakshina Kannada dining.
Every alternate day, fresh seafood is sourced and guests are shown live crabs, lobsters, catch of the day, etc before cooking to guarantee freshness. Along with the food, Sana-di-ge depicts the culture of South Kanara not only through its décor but also through the staff attire