The decor is elegant and fresh, we were totally impressed with the effort gone into creating the right setting for a unique style of cooking and eating.
Sattvam is a restaurant that embraces sattvic food (vegetarian food without garlic and onions) and has the largest buffet of Sattvic food in town and the buffet spread was visually very appealing, the dishes were presented with a lot of attention to detail. We also noticed that Sattvam uses induction heaters instead of the traditional chafing dishes and this ensures that the food will never get cold.
We began our meal with a lemonade, Kesar Tulsi Ki Shikanji and i absolutely loved it, best lemonade ever tasted. The lemonade is made with tulsi(basil) and saffron. We also tried Orange Imlana and Broccoli and Apple Shorba both were refreshing and unique.
After the drinks and soups, we moved on to the starters, Chotte Samosa ki Sabji (a must-try dish), mini samosas served with gravy. It was yummy and completely satisfying. We also tried Paneer Anardane ka Tikka and Haribhari Paneer Taktaki (paneer roll). We liked the paneer roll more than the tikka.
The main course started with Saufiani Kulcha and Cheese Jalapeno Naan along with Dal Makhani and Gwar Patha Panchphoran. We found that the indian breads along with the gravies very rich and tasty, the gravies complemented the breads beautifully.
We moved on to Methi Mangodi Pulao with raitha and Vetralai kaikari saatham (Betel leaves biryani). Both pulav and the biryani were tasty and the flavour of spices used in them gave us a feeling that the chef is innovative.
They have a live dessert counter and their Keshariya mini malai ghewar tasted as heavenly as they looked. It's a must-try dish.
We were far too satisfied and their service is prompt and the staff are friendly too. This place is, as far as I am concerned is a heaven and a must visit place for all veggies.