[Update] Sadhana Kitchen has kindly responded to some of the concerns raised in this post! Let it be on the record that I love restaurants that take the effort to engage in this two-way dialogue. Most appreciated. The response is posted at the conclusion of this post
Celebrating, and accepting variety is supposedly one of the hallmarks of a modern, civilised society. Dietary preferences, naturally, fall under this umbrella as well. Australians are acutely aware of or engaging in many a ‘fad’ diets – paleo, low-carb, 5:2, liquid-only, fast & feast, greens & whites only, etc.
In the end, it’s your own body and thus, your own responsibility to sort out fact from fiction, because variety is the spice of life, right?
I’ve never really followed a fad diet, so I eat whatever, as long as it’s delicious. But then, I visit a place like Sadhana Kitchen. Raw, vegetarian foodism is what it’s all about – using organic ingredients that are not heated to more than 40C in the cooking process. Wow, how was an omnivore like me going to cope with a restriction like that? What would even prompt me to visit such a place? A curious and open mind goes a long way…
Date Last Visited: 14/9/2014
Address: 147 Enmore Rd Enmore, NSW 2042
Recommended Dish(es): raw cakes, Sadhana super bowl, Sadhana Lasagne (the latter two together)