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Engulfed between fresh greenery, Sanadige is located in Malcha Marg Commercial Centre, in Chanakyapuri. Built across three spacious floors, along with the outdoor seating on the second, the restaurant is out to astound the people in Delhi after its phenomenal success in Bengaluru. The tranquilizing instrumental music calms you down as soon as you open the door of the restaurant and the vibrant rangoli welcomes you with the warm staff. The food undoubtedly adds to the mesmerizing experience of the place. Talk about their popular coastal delicacies such as Paneer Pepper Fry, Tawa Chicken, Chicken Chettinad with Malabar Parotha, Appam with Vegetable Stew, each dish is a combination of unique well-infused flavours. To complete the meal, you can opt for their sweet lassi, that can be enjoyed as an accompanying beverage as well as a dessert. Check their list of alcohol, in case you wish to have it with your meal, as there is a bar on the top floor.
Authentic coastal cuisine, pleasant ambience, not for the faint hearted(palate tolerance to spice a pre-requisite). Well researched menu - would be appreciated by a connoiseur, tastefully done decor, well-picked cutlery - crockery
Sanadige is located in Commercial Centre in Chanakyapuri & its a fine dining restaurant. The ambiance of this place is very appealing. Talking about food, it is one of the best place for Non-vegitarians. One can have great sea food here. Everything which i tried was amazing. Stuff what we tried: Started with Mocktails we tried MANGO BERRY, SUMMER MELON & PING PONG. All were perfect drinks. In Starters, We tried CHICKEN GHEE ROAST, ANJAL RAWA FRY, MUSHROOM VARUVAL & BABY CORN BUTTER PEPPER GARLIC. I loved chicken. In Mains, We tried MANGLOREAN MUTTON CURRY, GOLA KADI with SANADIGE BASKET. They were perfect for the Lunch. In Desserts, We tried ELANEER PAYASAM & KULFI. After a long tym i had very tasty desserts. I strongly recommend you to visit this place.
We went here for dinner yesterday. We had heard really good reviews of this place and being the seafood lovers that we are, we decided to try it out. We made a reservation through Eazydiner. The app showed that the reservation was confirmed. However, on reaching the restaurant they told us that there will be a waiting time of 15-20 minutes. Something to probably be expected at a popular restaurant on a Sunday evening. There weren't any other customers in the waiting area at this point. A group of four and two couples arrived after us and were also in waitlisted. However, the 15-20 minutes wait eventually turned in to an hour during which the group of 4 and one couple who arrived after us were given tables before us. After the first 15 minutes of our arrival the manager at the waiting desk vanished. He only ever made brief appearances twice to seat the group of 4 and one couple who had arrived after us. Each time he would tell us that we would get a table in another 5-7 minutes. After waiting for an hour we were aghast and confronted the manager on why were we kept waiting when others who came afterwards were seated and why was noone there at the waiting desk to update us and why couldn't they have told us that they had such a long waiting time. We would have gone elsewhere. At this point, they gave some lame excuse like our reservation was not confirmed...Eazydiner sending us confirmation is not a confirmation! (not something they mentioned when we first arrived and something to note if you are booking through Eazydiner). Apparently they give priority to Dineout reservations. Anyway, after this we finally got a seat and the staff and the manager were also quite contrite and apologised to us for the mismanagement. The food itself was pretty good with the exception of the Kerela paratha which was nowhere near as flaky as the one we had on our recent Kerela trip. They also gave complementary phirni to make up for the earlier goof up. Ours could be a one off experience but best to ensure a reservation or arrive early.
We visited this beautiful place in the calmest area of Chanakyapuri. I loved the wooden coverings on the wall on the 2nd floor and the lift in between the floors... the decor was purely mesmerizing! We were suggested to order the following items from the Manager:- Sol Kadi Elaneeru Shunti Nuggekai Soup Mamasa Menasinakula Saaru Kori Ghee Roast Mushroom Vurval Urulaikizhangu Roast Prawns in butter pepper and Garlic Goan Fish Curry Kori Kundapuri Malabar Roti Appam Elaneer Payasam Ragi Mani Ok! so lemme describe how we felt about each items. Rice papadum accompanied by a variety of chutnies (coconut, tamarind, mix pickle, masala mix sauce, mint and mango) was a complimentary item so that one can munch between the serving time! According to me that was a wise idea. Moreover, the flavors were not at all artificial... out of the kitchen and on the table 👍 In the beverages, Sol Kadi (close to the flavor of Chach infused with roasted cummin seeds and the pink color was probably from the kokum) and Elaneeru Shunti (ginger and mint infused in coconut water). Both the drinks were extremely refreshing. Next, soup to increase the appetite! Nuggekai Soup, it was a soup made out of drumsticks and Mamasa Menasinakula Saaru, this was actually a mutton soup. This would be the first time in the history of this page that a vegetarian soup defeated a non-vegetarian soup😨 We honestly loved the Nuggekai soup.. not only it was aromatic, but so delicious! In the starters, Kori Ghee Roast.. ok so may be some of you won't like it as the taste was exceptional. The chicken was covered with a paste of the roasted ghee, if you can imagine the taste, certainly unusual but it was a good experience for us. Mushroom Vurval, wow! we loved this dish as it was crispy, the curry leaves and peanuts gave the dish a flavourful aroma. Sana-di-ge showed us the versatility of mushrooms! Urulaikizhangu Roast, this was baby potatoes sauted in herbs, ginger and curry leaves. It tasted just as you make it at home and the last starter Butter Pepper and Garlic Prawns, the flavours were mild, this dish is best for non-spice lovers. In the lunch, how can i miss the specialty of this restaurant i.e. seafood😍 So we ordered Goan Fish Curry and it was so aromatic and flavourful! We could clearly taste the herbs in the curry and the fish was so fresh as if straight from the sea😍 Also we ordered Kori Kundapuri (chicken) it is a must order, fantastically cooked, the chicken was tender and the gravy was filled with minced meat accompanied by assorted breads namely Malabar Roti just like naan but much crispy and Appam (roti made with rice batter) just like plain dosa, soft and fluffy! In desserts, Elaneer Payasam (made with coconut milk, fresh coconut malai), we felt in love with its taste and smoothness. Ragi Mani was another dessert made with jaggery and ragi. It was wobbley and rich in jaggery. Anuup, one of the staff said us that Ragi Mani was not enjoyed by the locals in Delhi but it is a famous and a ubiquitous in Southern India. Personally, we loved this place, good food, great music and amazing staff... what all is required?❤️
An excellent experience and great food.The menu could be improved to add a few more delicacies from south. the service needs a bit of improvement.
To be able to enjoy freshest coastal cuisine in Delhi one doesn’t have to make a lot of effort, as the city is now invaded by tons of fabulous fine dining restaurants that focuses on delectable coastal dishes to woo the diners. If you too have a weakness for seafood then you have come to the right place, for we have in our treasure trove a perfect place for you to satisfy any of your seafood fantasy. After creating a major culinary buzz in Bengaluru ‘Sanadige – Fine Dine Restaurant’ has come to the glittery lanes of Delhi and here too has managed to take the gastronomy world on a joyride of flavours. You will find Sanadige tucked into the dense green foliage at Commerce Centre in posh Chanakyapuri, a locality crammed with diplomats and bureaucrats.
As we have been raving before, Sanadige – Fine Dine Restaurant is a mecca for seafood lovers. It offers a plethora of coastal delicacies along with some North Indian delights too, if you find the flavours of coconut milk and mustard too much for your palate. Mangalorean cuisine is the highlight of the menu. Without delay throw back a shot of Kokum Kari and indulge in the appetizers like, paneer ghee roast, bangda masala fry, kori pepper fry, tandoori pomfret, cheese aur subz ke seekh, sikandari raan, mamsa da sukka, jenji butter pepper garlic, yetti pudina fry, kurkuri, doodhia kabab, anjal naked fry, basale pakoda and Kerala kozhi roast. Mop up the delicious curries with the help of coconut rice, Mangalorean appam, neer dosa, chapatti or pundi. Try, jumbo prawn rawa fry, sambhar, basale kadale curry, lamb stew, paneer khurchan, goan fish curry and karavalli jenji curry.
Definitely save some space for the desserts which entails raggi manni, rasmalai, phirni, kheer, elaneer payasam and gulab jamun. Encased in a standalone duplex the restaurant offers a multitude of seating options, from formal to casual you can have your pick as per your mood. A hydraulic lift runs between the three floors making it easy for the diners to commute. The dining spaces are well-designed in neutral hues and cutwork jaali panels are placed all across the restaurant. Sanadige is a beautiful blend of traditional outlook with modern sensibilities. This fine dining restaurant may be expensive but it leaves you with a lot of memories and a glimpse into the coastal belt of India.
You can have a mini vacation of sorts to Bengaluru without having to cross Delhi city limit by dining at Sanadige – Fine Dine Restaurant. A true haven for seafood lovers, Sanadige prepares a lavish feast of North Indian and Mangalorean cuisine. The restaurant is located in a lush green pocket of Chanakyapuri, a locality known for its posh residents. Sanadige sprawls across three floors with an outdoor seating on second floor where you can sit and have a lovely al fresco meal. It’s a good place to take your date for a Special Occasion or even a gourmet date.