All foods can be broken down into a few basic flavors: spicy, salty, sweet, and chef's choice. Try the first one with this Groupon.
Casual food is perfect for a quick break during a busy work day or a break from tailing someone while they take a quick break from their busy work day. Unwind over a bite with this Groupon.
- $16 for three Groupons, each good for $10 worth of healthy contemporary Indian food ($30 total value)
- See the menu.
The name Sataza is a combination of the Hindi words for "seven"—the number of spices on their signature spice mix—and "fresh""—the condition of their ingredients. Eschewing cryptic menus and buffets filled with dishes that only psychics and those "in the know" might be able to identify, the restaurant custom prepares each meal based on the diner's preferences. Guests first choose a base of a locally baked flatbread wrap or a bowl filled with basmati rice or salad, and then select from such protein options as chicken tikka marinated in Tandoori spices or Tandoori paneer—grilled cheese dry-rubbed in piquant seasonings. Toppings such as chopped cilantro and cabbage salad add further flavors before guess tie their creation together with one of six chutneys, including the yogurt-and-cucumber mixture of raita and tongue-tickling peri-peri, made from serrano peppers, tomato, and onion. The chefs set their flavors apart from standard Indian joints by toasting and grinding each of their spices in-house, and blending their own mixture of garam masala.
80% of 25 customers recommend
“If you're vegetarian or vegan they cook and serve all veg items separate from meat :)”
“I enjoyed the food, good distinct taste.”
“Young entrepreneurs whose business needs to be supported. One of the owners was sharing that their sales went down by 60% over the course of this winter.”