Some soul-stirring food

Some soul-stirring food

People are becoming more conscious of their diet these days and are turning to a vegetarian diet for health reasons. The Higher Taste, which is inside ISKCON, is one of the few restaurants that serves satvik food. Satvik food doesn’t use ingredients like onions, garlic, mushroom and caffeine and believes in serving it’s dishes fresh. 

This festive season, they have whipped up a delicious menu, designed with care, to treat the guests to a gastronomical experience. The flavoured feast will feature a savoury counter with a variety like holige, besan ladoo, bahari and more.

“At The Higher Taste, we believe in food as a philosophy and vegetarianism as a way of life. Inspired by ancient India, we combine the wisdom of the Vedas with a flair of the modern and vibrant India. Many of our dishes date back as far back as the Chola dynasty. There is also a spirituality embodied in every element of the food we serve,” says Kaivalyapath.

Apart from the festival feast, they are also offering a buffet and an a la carte which offer a range of cuisines, from South Indian, North Indian to Continental dishes. One can find dishes like banarasi, laccha, makhani, dosa, utapam and rice items, along with some amazing pastries like chocolate tart, mousse and ice creams.

While the temple is known for its watery khara pongal and delicious sweet pongal, the restaurants has a wider variety. The restaurant is designed to take guests on a journey through antiquity and spirituality, and make the dining experience unique.

For more details, call 22766501.

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