This eatery, which serves Sattvic fare, could be a welcome change for city diners As a pro-vegetarian gastronome and reviewer, I sometimes wonder if it is possible to chronicle the eclectic Bengaluru food scene. After all, much as vegetarianism is a fad, meat is all pervasive and quite in vogue.
I don’t know if I could call that a disadvantage, but green on the plate is a choice I have made. Sattvam, the restaurant that serves Sattvic food in the verdant environs of breezy Sadashivanagar, takes this choice one step further. On offer was — Seekh Kabab, Tandoori Babycorn, Paneer Tikka and Corn and Greens roll. The Tandoori Babycorn was typically noteworthy being perfectly cooked with a minty green marinade and the Paneer Tikka was creamy and nicely grilled. The other two were passable. My friend did a double take when he spotted Gobi Manchurian and Golden Fried Babycorn at the live counter.
Sattvam, the restaurant that serves Sattvic food in the verdant environs of breezy Sadashivanagar, takes this choice one step further. Theirs is the kind of pure vegetarian food (minus not just the meat and fish, but also onion, garlic, mushroom and caffeine) that is supposedly meant to rejuvenate the body and soul and reign in aggression.
Featured originally in Bangalore Mirror
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