Sai serves authentic Punjabi cuisine with tandoor cooking a speciality. The spice range is broad, from minimal to high levels and vegetables forming the backbone of the menu. Wheat is the staple food of Punjabis; however, they do enjoy eating rice at festivals and other special occasions.
When it comes to food, each region within Punjab has an entirely different preference, for example, people in Amritsar are particularly fond of stuffed parathas and milk products.
The philosophy of life for many Punjabis is to eat, drink and make merry. They are lively people who are extremely fond of eating good food. In the preparation of Punjabi food, onion, ginger and garlic are used extensively to enhance the taste of the food.
Sai Restaurant is located in Raynes Park, South West London - a stone's throw from Raynes Park mainline station, with ample street parking.
Finalist - Extra Mile - Merton Best Business Awards
Sai Restaurant was delighted to be a Finalist in 'The Extra Mile' category at the Merton Best Business Awards 2016. This award is for businesses who have gone 'the extra mile' in supporting their local community.
The awards ceremony was held at the prestigious All England Lawn Tennis Club in September 2016, and we were delighted to attend and meet so many other local businesses, finalists and winners at these awards.