Saga serves a wide range of vegetarian dishes to eat in or take away.
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157 King StreetHammersmithLondonW6 9JT
- +44 20 8741 8563
Great South Indian food. It's all vegetarian and everything we had was delicious. The kurma was fragrant and creamy, the saag paneer was rich. I had the Sagar special dosa - it was an incredible South Indian pancake filled with delicious vegetable curry. Overall, a nice change from the sometimes heavy and fatty curries common in the city.
The service was great. They were nice enough to put a...more
Splendid. The thali is great. Well prepared. The rasam is excellent. Possibly the best we have had outside of my mother's rasam. The rasa vada is great. We have tried virtually every South Indian item in the menu and cannot find any fault with their renderings of the South Indian staples. You might want to stay away from their north and West Indian dishes. The bhel puri is below average....more
I have been wanting to try Sagar for the longest time. So one of the days when the husband and I were shopping on King Street, we decided to do dinner here.
When we entered, the place was jam packed with people and it was a surprise we could get a table. The table we were seated on was in quite a cramped area. When we saw a larger table freed and requested for a change, the waiter was nice...more
I ate at two Sagar locations during my last trip to London and this one really stood out from the other.
First, be sure to make a reservation if you're going during busy times. Second, what I loved about this place is that it is 100% vegetarian and clearly marked all items that are 100% vegan. I was so happy to not have to go through the "no dairy" "no eggs" "no butter" "no ghee"...more
Special Idli (little rice dumplings with lentils)
Potato Bonda (Oh the pleasure!) (to start)
pooris and rice
I love this restaurant in Hammersmith and am constantly surprised at the relative dearth of vegetarian Indian restaurants in London. The great thing about eating in one is that it is always an adventure and well removed from the Bengali/North Indian...more