You can’t get enough of Goa ever. And I mean EVER…. After spending two years in Goa and exploring as much places as possible, I still feel something or the other have been missed out. Goa has always been my go to place to find some peace and serendipity.



After staying here and at present visiting this place so often I am in quest of exploring each and every corner of it and making awesome memories with my Goan friends. There is so much to know and explore about Goa that you can’t get enough of it. It is more then those crowded tourist beaches, Tito’s lane, beer and tattoos. There is always something new to discover about it. The culture, traditions, food, language from four different corners of this place and unseen and unexplored destinations. 


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** SANA-DI-GE ** A Coastal Cuisine Delight


It was a random plan to visit this place with one of my friend. We both share a common weakness which is for costal cuisine and sea food.

Sana-Di-Ge in Tulu refers to the brass lamp lit on auspicious occasions in the coastal belt of Karnataka. It is a coastal speciality fine dine restaurant with splendid ambiance and serving wide varieties of Coastal Cuisine.


The menu is eclectic blend of coastal cuisine, North Indian Cuisine and Chinese Cuisine. 



My Love for this place is little personal as it took me back to my fond memories of years I stayed in Goa. Fresh Fish, Beaches and Sand, Coconut Curry, Local Market and their fresh produce. My friend from Mangalore who can’t stop talking about “Ghee Rice” and South Costal Cuisine. He made amazing dishes for few close friends and thats when I fell in love with costal cuisine.

At “Sana-Di-Ge”  I relived my past happy moments of costal cuisine and cherished each and every morsel. It is an absolute essential and a must try for food lovers..



Few Items which made my taste buds go gaga were –

Starters –

# Mushroom Pepper Fry

# Anjal Fish Rawa Fry

# Prawn Butter Pepper Garlic

# Chicken Ghee Roast


Mains –

# Kori Kundapuri

# Goan Fish Curry

# Mangloean Mutton Curry

# Malabar Paratha

# Boil Rice


Desserts –

# Eleneer Payasum




Cuisines –

Sea Food,  North Indian,  Mangalorean

Average Cost –

₹2,200 for two people (approx.)  ₹295  for a pint of beer (approx.)

Address –

22/48, Commercial Centre, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

Opening hours –

12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11:30 PM

Highlights –

              Wheelchair Accessible                      Full Bar Available

      Free Parking                                       Smoking Area

           Wifi                                                        Outdoor Seating

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