Located at the ground floor of National Gallery’s historic Supreme Court Wing, Saha is an elegant Indian restaurant focusing on serving both classic and innovative Indian cuisine that is rich in heritage from the country’s diverse regions.
Chef Patron and partner is none other than Chef Abhijit Saha who is one of India’s leading chefs having won multiple awards including Best Chef of India at the Indian Restaurant Congress and Awards 2013.
The place has a modern interior that is well lit yet with an air of romance consisting of cosy tables and chairs, neatly arrange with ample space in between giving diners much privacy despite of being in an open dining hall concept.
Tasting menus are available as well as A la Carte options including signature dishes such as Kerala Vegetable Istew Espuma, expertly done table side in a martini glass with a zesty citrus pudding base followed by mixed vegetables foam topped with garlic crumbs, black olive powder, cracked pepper and kerala banana chips.
Textures of Lamb, a selection of three cooking variations of lamb, pistachio crusted chop that has a tender consistency, shikampuri kebab with robust haleem, Squid Ularthiyathu Salad cooked perfectly without being too chewy covered with a superb dressing bursting with flavours of pineapple, capers, coconut ad curry leaf.
Discerning diners would be able to tell the use of imported ingredients in the many dishes such as in the dessert Frozen Chocolate Ganache Powder, cardamom powder mixed with saffron soil and mint soil creating a beautiful dessert that will leave you with a memorable sweet ending.
Drink: A good range of old and new world wines including made in India labels as well as innovative cocktails using Indian spices.
1, St Andrew’s Road, #01-03,
National Gallery, 178957
Lunch 12-2.30pm (Mon-Sun)
Dinner 6-1030pm (Mon-Sun)
BYO: Yes (Buy one to bring one)
CREDIT CARDS: AE, DC, JCB, MC, V
PRICE CATEGORY: Between $50-100 a person
ESTABLISHED: June 2014