Sagar Vegetarian Restaurant

17a Percy St, London, W1T 1DU Directions

Tel 020 7631 3319
   Now closed Open today 12:00 - 23:30

Business overview

A groundbreaking venture, Sagar serves a wholly vegetarian menu of sumptuous South Indian cuisine. In a bright, sleek dining room, guests can enjoy the intense aromas and flavours of this vibrant culture. From the menu, Bombay-style specialities sit alongside the eclectic tastes of a traditional Indian platter, perfectly complemented by a cool and creamy yoghurt lassi. Vegan, nut and wheat-free options are available, as well as dishes without onion or garlic.


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Products and services

Average three-course meal price: £20

Average main-course price: £7

Vegetarian cuisine

Additional cuisines: Indian

Style: Bar & Restaurant

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Stella Garner
We have been here on many occasions. The food is always excellent; the service friendly and efficient without being over effusive; value for money is unbelievable for this area and the staff are always interested enough to appear to remember you from the last time you visited - maybe it is because we are so awkward!! We would, and have, always recommended this restaurant to all who will listen. (We have been to the Covent Garden branch and whilst the service was very "Covent Gardenish" the food was equally as good.)
Try this restaurant if you want good, tasty honest food!!
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Vegetarian Indian
Another new discovery is this vegetarian restaurant just off Tottenham Court Road (they have another branch in Hammersmith, which we've not tried). The food may be traditional South Indian vegetarian cooking, but the decor isn't so traditional, at least for Indian restaurants in Britain - no flocked wallpaper here but simple wooden furniture and walls, decorated with a collection of brass animals (I loved the elephants!)

We each chose a starter - Chris had the samosas while I had some rice and lentil dumplings called kanchi idli. Be warned - these starters are filling and come in large portions so one to share would be ample! We then shared a number of dishes - two small curries (one a kootu which was reminiscent of Thai cooking, the other a more traditional aloo gobi), a delicious dosa stuffed with a potato and onion mixture and some basmati rice. Flavours were good, especially the dosa, but the food could have been warmer. With a large Kingfisher beer each and a couple of poppadums eaten while we perused the menu, the bill came to £36 - good value for this part of town
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