Indian cuisine is as diverse as its culture, people, geography, and its climate. The essence of good Indian cooking revolves around the appropriate use of aromatic spices. The skill lies in the subtle blending of these spices to enhance, rather than overwhelm, the flavor of a particular dish.
We at Sona Restaurant value the eclectic origins of Indian cuisine, spanning from Aryans, Turks, Greeks, and Romans to the Chinese, Mongols, Persians, and finally the British. The philosophy of Indian cooking is derived from ayurveda; ayur meaning life and veda meaning knowledge. It has been said that the science of ayurveda is at the core of many of our Indian food-preparation techniques, developed to satisfy the physical, mental, psychological and spiritual needs of man. The name of our restaurant mirrors this philosophy – We believe life is beautiful, and so is the life-giving food. Recalling the divine experience of the fully bloomed sona champa tree, we hope you enjoy the beauty, fragrance, and taste of our carefully prepared dishes.