Sagar Restaurant (London) Reviews
Description:Address: 31 Catherine Street / Covent Garden / London, WC2B 5JS / United Kingdom & / 17A Percy Street / London / W1T ... more
Newest Review: ... (like a yoghurt drink) which was £3.25. They also do fruit juices from £1.95, and the usual soft drinks like colas and lemonade. For my starter, I went for Kancheepuram Idli, which was something new to me. They are rice and lentil dumplings with dips such as tamarind chutney, riatha and something I could not quite identify. There were about three dumplings and they were quite filling. ... more
Customer Sagar Restaurant (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 05/11/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
PLEASE NOTE: I VISITED THE PERCY STREET BRANCH, NOT CATHERINE STREET - ALTHOUGH I REQUESTED PERCY ST BRANCH TO BE ADDED, DOOYOO SENT ME THIS LINK - ADDRESS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE REVIEW. Sagar is a South Indian restaurant in central London. It is based on Percy Street which comes straight off of Tottenham Court Road and is a three minute walk from Tottenham Court Road tube station (Northern & Central line), and a little bit further from Goodge Street (Northern line). It is a simple restaurant, with contemporary décor and uncluttered. Tables are down either side of the room in a pale wood colour. Lavatories are downstairs, and I am not aware of any ... Read the complete review
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