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Indian food can be a challenge to the unadventurous diner. Too spicy. Too gloppy. Too exotic with its bevy of sauces and fantastical sounding names. But Vijay Sadhu's new restaurant Sutra seems to have remedied that problem by mixing the old with the new and creating a modern, user-friendly version of Indian cuisine. The restaurant is painted in orange that glows such that it almost looks yellow in the bright sun that floods through the restaurant's oversized windows in the afternoon. The floor plan is open and the decor is simple. Hot pink latticework serves as a separator between restaurant and bar, and the kitchen is wide open for diners to take in all of the action. The restaurant has an impressive variety of seafood, meat and vegetarian options, including rabbit and prawns, and the dinner menu offers a number of appetizers, including cashew-crust soft-shell crab, goan shrimp sofrito and mussels cataplana.