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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.
This restaurant gives you the best South Indian meals, especially Food from Manglore. Every dish has a lovely taste and delicious. Service is Top Class. You will love to repeat. We had a wonderful and enjoyable experience. Amolak Rattan Kohli Former Governor of Mizoram
Coastals are not far anymore as you can relish the fresh catch of the coast anytime despite staying in Delhi, by dining at Sanadige – A Coastal Harbor. Being a seafood lover, I used to crave Freshness and taste of fresh catch, but not anymore as Sanadige has emerged a savior for me. Famous for serving Mangalorean cuisine, this seafood mecca is going to take you straight to the coastline. Located in a lush green pocket at Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri, Sanadige sprawls up for a lovely al fresco meal. Specializing in Mangalorean cuisine, Sanadige stands tall upto three floors, offering indoor and outdoor seating to the guest. Beautiful interiors highlighting the serenity of coast line have secluded this Hidden Gem into the diplomatic neighborhood and people who have a great once visited them, surely would not be able to let it go. An Asset to the Busy Capital, Delhi, this Coastal Hub serves Fresh seafood and North Indian food in the Most Authentic and original way. Our Luncheon started with the welcome drinks, Rice Krispies along with dip cart. Followed by Appetizers, Cocktails, Mains and Traditional Breads and end on the sweetest note of desert. Both of the Welcome drinks, Sol Kadi and Elaneeru shunti Nimbehanu gave us a fair idea of the rest of the food that we will relish for the long time. I loved the Sol Kadi, the most, which had Kokum and the tempering that made it HEAVENLY. It's Beautiful red color made it even more appetizing. We tried few cocktail and Mocktails, including Spiced Guava, Mexican Margarita and Watermelon Bramble and out of all three my personal favorite was Mexican Margarita as I loved the simplicity, yet the Mexican punch to the margarita. In the Starters, we tried Mushroom Alambe Sukka, Anjal Rawa Fry, Chicken (Kori) Ghee Roast and Prawns Butter Pepper Garlic. The Prawn dish was far beyond excellence, yet the simple ingredients used, the texture and taste of prawns were amazingly delicious. Coming down to Mains, we tried their Chicken Nilgiri Kori Korma, Mangalorean Mutton Curry and Goan Prawns Balchaoi along with Breads Kerala Parantha, Neer Dosa, Appam and steamed Rice. Appams are my favorite and I found them Beautiful and light. In fact, all the breads were perfectly done and made the main course Fingerlicking good. Prawns lovers will love the Goan Delicacy Balchoi, and my personal favorite was Chicken Nilgiri Kori Korma. Being a Kudla coast specialty, the mint and coconut flavors outshined this dish from the rest of other 2 Delish ones too. Despite having most delicious treat one after another, the BEST DISH of the day for me was their special desert, Elaneer Paysam. I never had such a Gorgeous desert before this. Served in a coconut shell, the aesthetic appeal made it more tempting. I still recall the creaminess and lightness it left on my palate. This is a MUST TRY dessert at Sanadige. Overall, Sanadige has exceeded beyond my expectations and made me fall in love with them. I am sure I will come back again and again as their cuisines are addictive and outstanding. I need to mention that their hospitality and courteousness filled my heart with warmth and sunshine. Had a great time and I will Recommend them to you all for sure.
Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri has always been known for building up finest eateries and fine dining Restaurant that serves food with the edge. Being a diplomatic neighborhood, the restaurants over here have never let you down with their services and class apart meals. Our Wednesday Luncheon in the most talked about Coastal Experts of the town, Sana-di-ge was phenomenal and a true delight. Situated in the 3 side open cornered end of the commercial hub of Malcha Marg, the exterior reflects traditional modernity this place has enlighten around. The outdoor seating is visible from around and is a Beautifully tucked under the foliage for a greenier and slight sunnier dining. In Winters, this area truly pulls the guest to enjoy their coastal delicacies in a nature paradise. Spread in three cosy floors indoors, this Bengaluru oriented chain is all about rejoicing coastal heritage even in the metro city Delhi. The moment you enter through the place, the soothing Aura and music speaks about the cultural inheritance that this place has in-core within. The Beautiful Lit Sanadige Lamp along with the floral Rangoli welcomes you at the entrance, along with the Warm Hospitality of the reception manager. A hydraulic lift takes you to the preferred floor from the three, and once you are seated you enjoy the coastal vibes right on your table. The Interiors have been well-designed in neutral hues and Handcrafted wooden jaali keeping in mind the Elite clientele this place needs to cater. The walls have Murual and Ancient Painting with A Tall Hanging Chandelier from the roof of the top floor that reaches the 2nd floor. The Ambience is Casual and Formal both and promises you nothing but exceptional dining Experience from the popular coastal belt of India. Coming down to the food, Sanadige is a mecca for Coastal Fresh seafood lovers, along with some North Indian delights too. You can opt from the different coast specialty as per your palate and craving. Traveling from Mangalore to Goa, From Tamil Nadu to Maharashtra and even Sri Lanka. A bar is located on the top floor at the back end, where the Bartender splurges your dining Experience with one of the best blends to go along. You are treated with warmth and courtesy of the staff and welcome drinks and munchies that keeps you engaged while your order arrives. The food is served in Traditional Thalis over Banana leaves and heavy servewares, to remind you of cultural inheritance and Authenticity of the food being served. In the Welcome drinks, we happened to try their: Sol Kadi A Konkan speciality to trigger the Appetite. Chilled coconut milk with Kokum and tempered with garlic, mustard, Chilli and curry leaves. It was so refreshing and tasty that I had another glassful of it. Elaneeru shunti Nimbehanu Tender Coconut water cold pressed with pressed ginger,lemon, and basil. Felt Heavenly in every sip. It was a wonderful palate cleanser before the mains we're served. Rice Krispies: Served in a Wooden Cart along with 6 Dips, these made perfect munchkin bites till our order was getting prepared in the kitchen. From the Bar, we tried: Watermelon Bramble: A Cocktail based in Gin, fresh watermelon juice, Basil and mint. A beautiful moon shaped slice of watermelon made it look a dream affair. Spiced Guava I love this combination as this develops a zing and texture In the Starters, we tried: Alambe Sukka: A Mangalorian Dish which includes Fresh Farm Mushrooms tossed with pound spices and shallots. A nice starter that was light and tasty. Anjal Rawa Fry: A Big Fillet of Seer Fish very well marinated in light marinated and coated with Rawa was a super crisp dish that was crispy from outside, and flaky and moist from inside. Highly RECOMMENDED. Prawns Butter Pepper Garlic: From the coast of Goa, this delicate prawn dish was DIVINE. Glazed in a Garlicky base with butter and pepper, this was mouth melt-in and Beautiful in color. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Kori Ghee Roast: A traditional dish from Shetty household and coast of Kudla, this was a rich pan tossed Chicken cubes in clarified butter and authentic spices. Although I am not a big fan of Ghee, but the chicken was cooked so well, it was tender and juicy. A MUST TRY DISH. The Mains followed were delectable and enriched with robust flavors. Nilgiri Kori Korma Originating from the coast of Kudla, this tender chicken is cooked in mint and coriander mix with coconut milk and curry Leaves. It was so tender and succulent and flavours of mint and coconut took it to a different level. We paired it with Malabar Paratha and it was a Wow combination. Highly RECOMMENDED ✌️ Prawns Balchaoi I somehow have a palate closer to goan cuisine and this dish was a Win Win for me. A traditional dish of Goa, this dish had a distinct Goan Vinegar and whole spices Flavor that made it “Dish of the day for me”. We paired it with Neer Dosa and it made excellent combination. Highly Recommended ✌️. Mangalorean Mutton Curry Traditional recipe from the Mangalorean region that was fabulous. Lamb was cooked so tender that it was falling off the bone. The clean flavors of the spices blended with lamb was robust yet light. Paired with Appam and boiled rice, this dish was a winner. Highly Recommended ✌️. To go along, we wanted to try Coastal famous breads, so we ordered Appam, Neer Dosa, Boiled Rice and Malabar Parantha. I must say they have nailed each and every bread to the core. Kerala Parantha was light, flaky, fermented bread, soft yet crispy top that was delicious. A MUST TRY. Neer Dosa, as the name goes was thin rice pancakes that were as light as water. Crystal opaque, these were really beautiful and light. Highly Recommended ✌️ Appam, A Kerala fermented rice bread that I love and paired with a coastal cuisine, it becomes a favorite dish of mine. The Traditional Deserts are my weakness and they have made it Sinfully delicious. Elaneer Paysam Special Paysam cooked with coconut milk and it's fresh cream, sprinkled with fresh pista and cardamom is served in a coconut shell. Not it is just beautiful to look at, but it's texture, taste and Flavor were Divine. Highly Recommended ✌️ Rasmalai Although this is a common sweet served all across, but somehow I found it as one of the best preparation till date. Creamy with added top layers of thin cream, this is delicious and super soft rasmalai. A MUST TRY. This place is A heritage for Delhi Sea food lovers as they can satire their seafood fantasy right here. Serving Fresh Seafood in the most original and Authentic way is what they Excel and still they took care of taking Delhi gastronomy on a joyride of flavours. Priced as per the Quality of fresh catch that travels nearly every day from Mangalore to Delhi, they are A Paradise for Sea food lovers like me. I am so glad to have them around.
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
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.