Bandra’s New Hotspot, Sukoon Wants You To Embrace Digital Detox; Get 15% Off On Tables Without Phone

Welcome yourself to Mumbai's new vegetarian garden dining space in Bandra, Sukoon

by Tejashee Kashyap
Bandra’s New Hotspot, Sukoon Wants You To Embrace Digital Detox; Get 15% Off On Tables Without Phone

In an age dominated by screens and notifications, finding moments of respite from the digital frenzy becomes increasingly essential. Imagine stepping into a restaurant that not only tantalises your taste buds but also encourages a digital disconnect. Welcome yourself to Mumbai’s new vegetarian garden dining space in Bandra, Sukoon.

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Sukoon is a haven of serenity, promising to be more than an eating destination. It is not referred to as a restaurant by design. But rather as a garden dining spot serving vegetarian, vegan, and satvik pleasures. It’s a sanctuary where simple meets the sublime, serving smoothies and nutritious bowls, salads and wraps, breakfast treats, and carefully crafted appetisers, mains, and desserts in a beautiful greenery setting for people seeking tranquillity in the midst of the bustling urban landscape.

Sukoon strives to reimagine the dawn, welcoming visitors as early as 6:00 a.m. for an intimate eating experience. Beyond the culinary delights, Sukoon appeals as a haven for early risers. Yoga and meditation classes are available. This enables customers to enjoy the day with a combination of sustenance for the body and calm for the soul. Sukoon encourages guests to fully immerse themselves in the moment by providing a 15% discount for tables with no phone usage.

Picture walking into a serene space adorned with warm hues and tasteful decor that encourages conversation. The absence of electronic devices on tables sets the tone for what lies ahead—a meal where the focus is solely on the flavours, the ambience, and the company. Moreover, the absence of constant pinging and buzzing allows for a heightened appreciation of the culinary journey. Each bite becomes a moment to savour, free from the distractions that often accompany a digital device.

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What’s On The Menu?

Sukoon’s epicurean symphony ranges from soulful breakfast options like the Sourdough Toast, Dabeli Toastie Sandwich, and Ragi Dosa to sumptuous mains like Wild Mushroom Congee, Margherita Pasta, Undhiyu, Millet Maggi, Bharwan Karela, and more.

The menu includes the energising Jowar Bhel, the vivid Rainbow Noodle Salad, the Coriander Pesto Paneer Wrap, and the filling Falafel Hummus Wrap. Appetisers include the flavorful Rassam with in-house spinach pasta and the crispy Cassava Fries with kimchi mayo or truffle mayo. Delicious Sweet Potato Gunpowder Wedges with gunpowder and ghee, or Rajgira Burnost Paratha with naga chilli.

Sukoon’s smoothie bowls combine a variety of flavours and nutrients. Experience one-of-a-kind blends in bowls like Bobba Sol Kadi, Namkeen Berry Smoothie, Ashwagandha & Spirulina Smoothie, Pumpkin & Peanut Butter, and Sattu Avocado. Each of the bowls is a nourishing feast for the senses.

Desserts include the nostalgic Jigarthanda Falooda, Miso and buckwheat pancakes, Chunky Kerala Chocolate and Red Banana Wich, the unique I Need Coffee with chickpea halwa, cashew cream, Chikmagalur coffee, complemented by the decadence of the Desi Ferrero Chocolate, and more. The stone bar, ornamented with a delectable assortment of Kombucha and healthy beverages, rounds off the holistic experience.

Dining in a restaurant that encourages a digital disconnect is more than just a culinary experience. So, when are you heading for your Sukoon?

Where: Sukoon by Joshi House, Ground floor, Noorie House, 4 Rajan Road, Off Carter Rd, Bandra West, Mumbai
When: 07.30 am to 10.00 pm
Cost: ₹1200 for two (approx.)

Cover image credits: Press release