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I have not had one bad meal here, and that is probably the story for most Sana-di-ge fans. Focusing on dishes from Karnataka (Mangalore especially), Maharashtra, Kerala, and some from even Goa, this restaurant is seafood haven. Check out the anjal tava fry, the crab soup, Yetti/Marvai sukka (prawns/clams fried in a dried coconut spice mix), fried lady fish, or even the Malvani mutton masala dry from the coast of Maharashtra. They also make sungat dumplings – prawns cooked in onions, tomatoes, a special Goa masala, and then coated with bread crumbs and deep fried. For main course, the Karavalli jenji curry (sea crab cooked in a hot gravy) is a personal favourite. And try the egg appams!
Excellent meal of seafood and vegetarian selections. Worth the wait. Quality, taste, and service were superb.
It was a long time since I had eaten at Sanadige, and the lunch was extremely good. Very quick, helpful and attentive service. Great food. Stick to the Mangalorean seafood, which is their specialty.
This restaurant is part of gold finch hotels on racecourse road. Calm and a huge place. Even thou it is a sea food restaurant, there is not too many options on fish. We tried the chicken ghee roast, chicken Pulimunchi, neer dosa, Mutton Shorba soup. . It was spicy and tasted good. I don't know why the Mutton pepper fry was in Chinese style even thou this is a South Indian restaurant. The prawn biryani and donne biryani was also good. Good place for family and friends. The interiors is bright and lively.
The dinner experience was pathetic unlike my earlier experience. Very slow service, we waited for more than 50 mins for the first dish to be served. Curries served first and waited for another 30 mins for appam. By that time food was cold and all family members including senior citizens and kids became impatient. 2 stars for the ambience.
This is one of the better options for sea food lover and coastal cuisine, The Fish fry some times are outsized and fresh off the sea. Be picky while choosing the chicken. While the Chicken sukka is well worth it, the Ghee roast , a signature coastal dish, was found to be lacking.
The best way to experience any city is through its regional food, which via its spices and produce conveys the true spirit of the city. Take Bengaluru for instance. The city is multi-cultural with its roots deeply imbedded into the Karnataka soil. Food from Mangalorean kitchens is celebrated here with strong preference being paid to stunning seafood. Ask a local to point you in the direction of their favourite regional restaurant for a guaranteed superb meal. We assure you most of the locals will send you towards ‘Sana-Di-Ge’, a charming fine dining restaurant excelling in the craft of regional fare. Sana-Di-Ge fans claim to not have had a single bad meal ever after all these years of dining here. That’s high praise indeed! No wonder this restaurant is so famous within the locals. The restaurant is located at Goldfinch Hotel in Seshadripuram area.
Now coming to what Sana-Di-Ge is renowned for – its food. The restaurant collects recipes from all the regional kitchens and prepare them authentically in its kitchens under the mantle of native chefs. Discover the food from the coasts of Kerala, Mangalore, Maharashtra and Goa, under this one glorious roof. Seafood is their forte, vegetarians keep that in mind. Give beer or scotch a skip and start your meal with a traditional cooler. Nibble alongside on, patrodde, yetti sukka, butterfly chicken, tandoori crab, mutton pepper fry, chilly bondas, anjal coastal fry, paneer ghee roast and naked fry silver fish. Get an overdose of South Indian curries with, surmai ambat, kheema pav, sungat dumplings, meen roast, bangda curry, basale kadale curry, erachi porichathu, teekha kolambi fry, stuffed kurle and Malabar green peas curry.
The amount of seafood on offer is staggering. If you feel adventurous, just pick your protein and let them surprise you. Wade through Sana-Di-Ge’s lovely dessert menu which is filled with mouth-watering traditional regional desserts such as, coconut pudding, holige, bebinca, kasha halwa, gatti, raagi manni, banana bandi, kharjura payasam, pineapple soufflé, palada pradhaman and elneer payasam. Interiors of Sana-Di-Ge reflects the same regional splendour that you get to see in its menu. A high ceilinged dining room is painted in cheerful yellow, contrasted by use of dark brown wooden furniture. A staircase leads up to a private seating area. The look is traditional and remind one of South Indian households. The place is not too expensive either.