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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.
Sanadige is a must visit if you like seafood or want to have authentic south indian/ coastal cuisine. The ambiance is beautiful, service is top notch and food is excellent. They have delicious dishes like garlic pepper prawns, anjal rawa fry, goan fish curry, appam, manglorean mutton, avial, sol kadi etc.It is located in beautiful Malcha marg market in chankyapuri, new delhi.
The starters & meal were ordered with the help of our server as it was our first visit to this restaurant.The chicken dish which had a coastal name was AMAZING !!!!!! The stew & apam combination was well chosen. the food was so wholesome & sumptuous that there was no scope of dessert which we left for our next visit. Overall a worth a try experience
The restaurant is located in the Malcha Marg market. It seemed to be pretty large as we got a table on the second floor. The table given was not great as it was right opposite the lift doors. The choice of beers could have been better. Just a couple of options... Tried the lamb soup. Was very delicious. Ordered the tawa grilled pomfret which was fresh and tasted very good. Service was good.
My daughter told me and took me to this place. Interesting sea food place in the centre of Delhi’s diplomatic enclave. Loved everything. Cuisine is interesting, authentic and awesome. Ambience is fun and the staff quite courteous and in their feet.
Went with wife to have dinner, thought to be fine dining with coastal and ethnic food, highly disappointed with service, papad served were highly salted, ordered bisibele bath, a favourite dish of Bangalore, they mixed ordinary rice with dal to freece me by saying this is it. Shocked, if local people don't know taste, ethnic people would certainly know and I belong to Bangalore. Food delayed, ordered Missi Roti, got ordinary, highly disappointed, 4 people asking, but none caring. Manager turned apologetic when confronted, offered sweet dish free, but that's not desirable, came back with heavy heart. It is over hyped place, expensive, small, so plan only if you want to be adventurous
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.