Renowned for bringing to the platter of it's guests a delectable range of South Indian and North Indian cuisines is Sagar Ratna. The platter here features vada, sambar, dosa, idli, rasam, uttapams etc of South Indian cuisine. Fluffy rotis and naans mingle with tasty daals, tangy curries and koftas of North Indian cuisi...
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Sagar Ratna is a famous chain in India serving eaters since 1986. It started from a small 40-seater outlet named ‘Sagar’ in Delhi’s Defense Colony market to now outlet in every other city. Indeed a long journey so far. This chain is mostly famous for serving inexpensive south Indian delicacies to the foodies throughout country however as per my experience here in Chandigarh I prefer their North-Indian Dishes over South-Indian. The reason behind my preference is that they have added that Punjabi touch to their south indian dishes especially dosa’s filling and sambhar and after living in south india for so long and eating those authentic dosa with yummy coconut chtney and sambhar(I miss that taste ☹️), i found out that authentic flavor is missed here. Ambience: It is pretty decent, family restaurant. There is nothing that will grab the eyeballs. Food: So far I have tried their many north Indian gravy preparations(can’t remember all the names), however my always go to dish is their angoori kofta and matar malai methi with laccha parantha. Now moving forward to their south-indian preparations, so far have polished my hand over masala dosa and rava masala dosa. Dosa are crisp from outside however as I mentioned earlier filling is adequate but wayyy soggy and taste wise if I will say it’s missing all the required flavors. Same goes with sambhar and that too the bowls that they use to serve sambar is verryyy tiny, hard to dip a bite of dosa in it(Don’t know what they were thinking while choosing them), they are just as small as chutney bowls that we use at home. I liked their coconut chutney that they serve as an accompaneint. Last but not the least how can I forgot the hero dish that I most loved there, the DAHI VADA. Sometimes I visit this place just to have their DAHI VADA. It’s mouthwatering and scrumptious, perfect blend of flavor, it just melts in your mouth like butter. Must try dish of Sagar Ratna. Service: Service Is pretty decent. Humble Staff. Sometimes preparation time is less, sometimes it will take time. It’s directly proportional to how full the restaurant is. At weekends waiting time is at least 15-20 minutes, so always be prepared for that if you are visiting them on weekends, or if you are lucky enough then what can I say :P