Sadak Chaap, a restaurant serving mock-meat menu opens 2nd outlet in Powai, Mumbai

Started by Palak and Sannat Ahuja, the idea was to make vegan and vegetarian food more accessible to everyone, including meat-eaters who enjoy the taste of Indian food.
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Sadak Chaap

Mumbai-based Sadak Chaap that runs two delivery spaces (Khar West & Andheri West) and 1 dine-in (Malad) outlet is all set to open Sadak Chaap in Mumbai’s start-up hub, Powai.

 

Started by Palak and Sannat Ahuja, the idea was to make vegan and vegetarian food more accessible to everyone, including meat-eaters who enjoy the taste of Indian food.

 

The ‘chaap,’ originally a Mughlai recipe, found its way onto the streets of North India, with an accidental vegan version in the form of ‘soya chaap.’ This served as inspiration for the duo behind Sadak Chaap, who have gone on to create unique recipes, 90% of which are or can be made dairy-free.

 

The menu at Sadak Chaap is a delight for vegetarians who are jaded with the regular paneer and aloo dishes and for newly converted vegetarians and vegans who don’t have to compromise on taste or look hard for Indian options. Even hardcore meat eaters can find something that will appeal to their taste buds.

 

We can’t wait for more people to join the mock meat revolution with Sadak Chaap and experience magical textures and flavours that are so familiar, yet so exciting,” said Sannat.

 

The 25-seater self-serve outlet in Powai is a casual, laidback space where people can meet over mock meat, unwind and really experience authentic flavours in their vegan and vegetarian avatars.

 

The owners have also added a fun twist to the dine-in space by introducing street favourites like Gola Cart and Pan Shop to make the experience memorable and exciting. As for the city not having enough vegan options, especially when it comes to Indian food, Sadak Chaap is excited to fill this gap by starting this brand new Powai ‘chaapter.’

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