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Dine In At Sattvam, A Corona Proof Setup!

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What Makes It Awesome?

In these unprecedented times, when things are easing out a little and people are trying to resume their livelihoods and get back to normalcy, it's great to see a place like Sattvam making great efforts to ensure the safety and well being of its customers.

I visited the Sadashivnagar branch on a weekend to see how they are adapting to these tough challenges and of course , to try their awesome Sattvic food.

Before I move on to the food details, I want to mention some measures taken by them so that you can dine in without any fears or apprehensions.
• Firstly, there is a hand sanitization and temperature check done right before you enter the place.
• They are giving seating at a safe distance so that no two tables which are next to each other are occupied.
• The seating on a table is also done in a criss-cross manner so that there is no one sitting right in front of you. You can ask for a regular seating if required.
• All the cutlery is well sanitized and there is a bar code on the paper cover over it, scanning which you can see all the measures taken by them in the form of a short video.
• Next is a digital menu which can be browsed by scanning another QR code on the table tent. This makes it easier to know the menu and ask for repeats of your favourites.
• All the tables and chairs are sanitized post every meal so you always get a safe seating.
• The staff is wearing masks and gloves to ensure further safety.
• Since it's a buffet place, so they are serving everything right at the table instead of you having to go for next courses.
How is that for safety measures ! I am quite certain it will give you some confidence to go out for some delicious Sattvic food.

Coming to the food, I would like to mention the standouts. Kesar tulsi drink is very good and refreshing. Liked the gol gappe, makai tikki, mini dosae and crackling spinach in the starters.

In the main course, I enjoyed the paneer and daal along with butter naan. Not to mention, the lemon rice and puliyogare served in the cute little pressure cookers.

Desserts are big attraction here and you get a lot of options to choose from. I drooled over moong daal halwa, chocolate mousse, caramel ice cream and so many other pastries.

To sum it up, I think quite stringent measures are in place here so that you can enjoy your food and not worry about anything else. I would recommend all to go and have the experience for yourself.