Sattvic Diet Buffet Fare At This Restaurant In Sadashiva Nagar
What Makes It Awesome?
Satvik Food is much more than pure vegetarian fare. It is much more than food without onion and garlic or cooked food has to be consumed within 3 hours. I learnt all this and more at the newly opened Sattvam restaurant in Whitefield. But the most important realisation was that Saatvik Food can be delicious as well. Started by the followers of ISKON, there is a bit of divinity as you walk inside the space, and I anticipate and smell good food. The whole experience, right from the Amouse Bouche, to the starters served at the table, and to the extensive buffet spread, everything at Sattvam was a high 5 experience with a very marginal room for error or lows. I was overwhelmed by the array of dishes beautifully presented at our table, predominantly Indian, but loads of south East Asian dishes made without onion and garlic, absolutely stellar dishes. I highly recommend this place just for their starter course. The buffet spread is massive with a huge display of Indian and international dishes, by the time I finished trying all the dishes I was in no place to try the Dabeli, Pasta and Pizza in the live counter. The Kesar Tulsi Shikanji was a welcoming play of flavours to let us know what’s to come. Though I enjoyed the whole spread, I am going to call out my favourite dishes that stood out. The Tamatar Tulsi Shorba was spot on, delicious flavours, tangy to the right extent and not too sweet. The Paneer Tikka was fabulous, well marinated and beautifully cooked. The Jalebi Dhokla chaat was another stunning dish that I just loved. I sampled some pasta from a friend on the table and I loved it too. The desserts were delicious and decadent, especially the chocolate brownies, Mousse, Cakes. I would highly recommend this place for good vegetarian food done right. Not discounting all the Saatvik benefits, this is just pure, delicious food, fit for the gods, and us.
What Could Be Better?
The lemon rice and rasam could have been improved to be a bit more better, but hey am not complaining, the curd rice buckets made up for any of the dishes served at the restaurant.
How Much Did It Cost?
₹1,000 - ₹3,000
Best To Go With?
Family, Big Group, Bae