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India’s First Ayurvedic Cafe Opens in Delhi

The Maharishi Ayurveda Hospital in Shalimar Bagh, Delhi, is making headlines for its in-house restaurant, Soma-The Ayurvedic Kitchen. This restaurant is being hailed as the first Ayurvedic Kitchen in India.

Ayurvedic Approach to Dining

At Soma-The Ayurvedic Kitchen, the food is customized according to the visitor’s health. The menu features dishes like Dumplings and Pav Bhaji, all prepared without onion and garlic. The hospital patients frequently visit this café during their treatment, alongside outside visitors.

Positive Reviews and Healthy Eating Experience

Several food enthusiasts have visited this restaurant to try the healthy and fresh food, and none have left without praising their experience of eating healthy at this eatery.

Fusion of Ayurveda and Food

Dr. Himanshu, a doctor at the Maharishi Ayurveda Hospital, claims that almost all the dishes are homemade and fresh. He adds that they founded Soma restaurant to promote the fusion of Ayurveda and food.

Ayurvedic Twist on Fast Food

While the menu features fast food items like Vada Pav and Dumplings, Dr. Himanshu explains the Ayurvedic twist on these dishes. The Pav (bread) is made of Ragi, known for its cooling effect in Ayurveda, while the Vada (potato balls) are coated with nutritious Moong Daal. “Vada Pav at our restaurant is recommended for people suffering from Kapha Dosha,” he adds.

Kapha Dosha and Ayurvedic Ingredients

According to Ayurveda, Kapha Dosha is associated with a lazy and relaxed personality. The dumplings are offered with a blend of wheat, beetroot, ricotta, cottage cheese, and spinach. Beetroot is known for its detoxifying ability, while spinach is iron-rich and aids digestion.

Positive Visitor Experiences

Several people have visited this restaurant and shared their experiences of enjoying healthy and delicious Ayurvedic cuisine.

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