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For a taste of Karnataka or for local non-vegetarian meals visit Naati Sogadu, Sahakar Nagar, Bengaluru. Non-Vegetarian Restaurants In Bangalore.
Heroing flavours of the land, this desi hotel, Naati Sogaadu serves homestyle fare and is especially known for its non-vegetarian offerings.
Run by a family of four, the food here is made using family recipes, a reason why this spot is gaining popularity despite being less than a year old. The women of the house supervise the making of the base masalas to every dish on the menu. These distinctive masalas result in dishes that remind one of home.
In this episode of Gourmet On The Road, Food Lovers’ Editor, Kripal Amanna makes a trip from the South to the North of the city to indulge in a hearty non-vegetarian lunch here. He also interacts with the family and watches the making of a popular dish on the menu!
GOURMET ON THE ROAD RATINGS
KHEEMA BALL PEPPER DRY
The mutton mince ball is soft and meaty, with intense flavours and a prominent pepper kick! the healthy smattering of curry leaves adds a deep herbaceous note. A tasty dish!
Crunchy outside, juicy, soft chicken inside. a tasty appetizer but seems a little out of place in a naati or local meal.
This masala has heaps of sauteed onions, that lends a savoury flavour and a slight sweetness. the chilli heat is mellow, not the kind that will not leave you in agony!
NAATI CHICKEN LIVER FRY
This naati chicken liver is firm, not powdery. the masala of pepper, coriander and onions perfectly complements the meaty flavours of the liver.
The boti here is cooked in a gojju, a semi dry gravy. the flavour is intensely gamey, not for the faint hearted.
A curry flavoured with roasted spices. the meat is pink and succulent with a slight bite and some fat. perfect when savoured with the dry, spongy dosa.
NAATI KOLI BASAARU
The thin gravy or saaru has the goodness of the chicken, bones, marrow, gelatin and all in a grainy masala. The chicken, cooked twice, in the saaru and as a dry preparation is flavourful and almost melt-in-the-mouth in its texture.
Made with short grain rice, this pulao has the gentle aroma and zing of the herbs – coriander, ginger, garlic and chillies, and the mellow, lilting sweetness of fennel or star anise.
Rs 240 for a large portion and rs 180 for a small portion.
Naati Sogadu, Ground floor, Site#28/1,15th Main, 1st Cross, E block, Sahakar Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560 092
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