Modern Gujarati cuisine comes to Hatch End

Thursday 2nd November 2017
The popular family-run vegetarian Indian restaurant Sakonis in Wembley has opened a new establishment in the centre of Hatch End

Modern Gujarati cuisine comes to Hatch End

The popular family-run vegetarian Indian restaurant Sakonis in Wembley has opened a new establishment in the centre of Hatch End, specialising in Gujarati cuisine from East India, and serving vegetarian dishes from across India fused with Asian and East African influences.
Tapping into the trend for modern, authentic Indian restaurants, from Irani-Indian Dishoom to street food company Dosa-deli, and the new interest in Gujarati cuisine, Sakonis combines innovative cooking with a long family history serving delicious food to the local community. Signature dishes will include crispy bhajiya, potato slices fried in a flavoursome chickpea batter, and dhokla, steamed semolina cakes served with coriander chutney. Indian street food also heavily influences the menu, with the appearance of authentic favourites such as bhel, a savoury snack made with puffed rice, crushed puri and vegetables, mixed together in an authentic, tangy and sweet tamarind sauce.
'We are passionate about providing a diverse array of flavoursome, high quality, vegetarian dishes for our customers,' says Kavita Thakrar of Sakonis. 'We've always been ethically and environmentally conscious when it comes to our cooking, and are very excited to have the opportunity to bring our flavours, values and signature dishes to the people of Hatch End.'
• Book now at www.sakonis.co.uk.

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