Very simple in décor, no jazz and no sparkles, Sukh Sagar restaurant focuses on the kind of dishes being served along with the quality and taste of the food items being served. It’s just like any restaurant you would see in India. It’s specialty is snacks, which are Indian, Indian desserts, and a bit of continental and Chinese items.
What’s more, one can also relish South Indian savory dishes. There’s a special section for South Indian food. There are amazing parathas too, which are usually traditional Indian breakfast items in many Northern cities of India. Parathas are round and stuffed with different kinds of grated vegetables usually, made up of wheat flour. The fillings have spices in them too.
They have a big menu for sandwiches and Pav Bhaji too. I tried the Pav Bhaji here. It is a typical north and west Indian style snack, made with boiled and mashed vegetables and garnished with spices and butter. In India, Mumbai has the most famous Pav Bhaji to offer. I loved the taste and the quantity being served. Pav is a baked bun which are small fluffy pieces of deliciousness.
I tried the Dum Aloo gravy. Dum Aloo is a traditional north Indian dish, which has potatoes cut in half and filled with dry fruits. These potatoes are fried a bit and cooked in cashew nut gravy. This dish can be best enjoyed with Indian style naan or Roti/Chappatti. The Chilli Idli I tasted was a a part of the dry Chinese starters. It is a specialty here at Sukh Sagar. It is a fantastic fusion of south Indian Idli with schezwan sauce. The Punjabi kofta which was also a part of my mains, did magic on my taste buds. The chilli cheese toast was nicely done, with a generous amount of cheese and chilli on top of it. It was nice and crunchy.
I also tried the Vegetable Biryani which was filling and a perfect main for those who need their rice. The Aloo Tandoori was perfection and so yummy.
The overall experience here was very amazing. A humble place with lots of options, this place is heaven for vegetarians. Especially those seeking refuge in Indian style snacks every time. Very popular with Indian tourists too and usually on weekends you will have to wait for 15-20 minutes to get a table. Staff is very friendly and will try their best to cater to your requests on busy days too. Perfect place for a casual family hangout.