The SAHA philosophy is to demystify regional Indian cuisine and serve it to the world in its best possible avatar – to use an Indian term – aiming relentlessly for perfection in taste, presentation and the pleasure every dish provides. At SAHA, the setting is modern, the hospitality Indian and time-honoured. This chic space is warm and welcoming with its colour palette of brick reds, orange, ochre and teal. Uniquely Indian touches come from mehendi-printed candles at every table and a selection of beautiful artefacts from across the country.
Abhijit Saha Photo Journal
Abhijit Saha travels as often as he can, to seek inspiration and simply to soak in this singular pleasure. And this passionate hobby photographer carries his camera everywhere he goes. Over the years of travelling, Abhijit Saha has built up an interesting collection of images from across India – palaces in Bikaner, the magnificent ruins of Hampi along the sweep of the Tungabhadra river, the quaint charms of French colonial Pondicherry and more. A selection of these, along with views of Duxton Hill, form a series titled ‘Chef Abhijit Saha’s Photo Journal’ is on display at Saha. This gallery is a reflection of the kaleidoscope that is our cuisine — rich, colourful, vibrant and with an infinite capacity to surprise.