India 10 August 2016: To add colour to the Independence Day celebration, Sagar Ratna, the South Indian food giant decided to serve foods with a Tricolor appearance in its restaurants, Uttapam and Dosa in tri-color which is served with multi-colored chutneys in orange, white and green; a unique way to pay homage to India’s freedom and her tricolour flag.
Made from a blend of natural ingredients like pulses, sesame seeds, coriander, and cumin and pomegranate, the food is luscious besides being healthy. The toothsome dishes are undoubtedly fresh, which is the USP of Sagar Ratna. Besides awesome taste and purity, the connoisseurs are blessed with a variety of nutrients including proteins, minerals, and vitamins in every bite and sip. They also help in keeping one refreshed and energetic throughout the day.
Seema Chandra - AVP (F&B) at Sagar Ratna said, “Irrespective of religion, caste, creed, and colour, every Indian celebrate their Indepence with full of zeal and enthusiasm. And, to make this national festival further colourful we decided to add Tricolor menu as an add-on for the special eve.”
Item: Tricolor Dosa, Tricolor uttapam served with tri-color chutney
Timing: 11:00 a.m to 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm to 10:00
About Sagar Ratna
The first branch of Sagar Ratna was started in Defence Colony in 1986 by Jayaram Banan and since then it has moved on to become the most preferred destination for South Indian cuisine across the country. The chain is currently headed by CEO Murali Krishna Parna for the last four years. Within a short span Sagar Ratna has spread its wings far and wide and today with more than 90 restaurants, Sagar Ratna has established its presence in the National Capital Region (NCR) through company-owned restaurants and in various prominent cities of North India through franchise outlets. Having won numerous awards in the Hospitality industry in various categories over the years, Sagar Ratna continues to delight its customers with its authentic South Indian food cooked fresh many times a day.
The must – try dishes at any of Sagar Ratna restaurants are the Mini Idlis dipped in sambhar, Medu Vada, Dahi Vada, Masala Dosa, Rava Onion Masala Dosa, Mysore Masala Dosa, Rava Kesari. The nascent coffee aroma emanating from the filter coffee served in the traditional steel tumbler and the saucer is another specialty of Sagar.
In an ever-evolving market, Sagar Ratna believes in delighting the customers with new innovations in its menu and this keeps us way ahead of the competition.