Location: Goldfinch Hotel, Near Shivananda Circle, Seshadripuram, Bangalore
Cuisine: Coastal cuisine from places along India's Konkan coast (West Coast). A good mix of Maharashtra, Goa, Mangalore, Kerala cuisines.
Price Range: Rs 2000 for two (approx)
The term 'Sana-di-ge' stands for 'ceremonial brass lamp' in the Tulu language and should not be confused with 'sandige' which are a kind of mini poppadums that are popular in Mangalore.
Last month, while we vacationed in Mangalore, we decided to make a quick trip to Bangalore. The hubby and I hadn't been there in years and it was a great way to show our kids around the city which was home to both of us when we kickstarted our careers. One of the perks of being in the garden city was that my friend and I were invited to lunch at this lovely coastal restaurant, an offer we simply couldn't refuse. Being Mangalorean foodies we enjoyed the time we spent at a place that was done up so tastefully keeping in mind the West Coast of India, especially Mangalore of the yesteryears.