Auckland’s favourite modern Indian eatery Cassia is now available at home

Only those dwelling in deep isolation, perhaps under a rock, would not be familiar with the brilliance of one of Auckland’s most celebrated chef’s Sid Sahrawat. With three distinctly different eateries under his leadership, Cassia (contemporary Indian), Sidart (elevated or progressive Indian) and Sid at The French Café (French-Inspired New Zealand Cuisine), Sahrawat’s culinary mastery is widely revered.

Those with a hankering for Sahrawat’s wildly popular modern Indian eatery Cassia, can rejoice because from Level 3, the contemporary cuisine will be available again via contactless pick-up or delivered in the all-new BMW X6 Sports Activity Coupe. 

Cassia At Home’s menu entices with such dishes as Wagyu Beef Spiced Croquettes or Roasted Carrot with Vindaloo Cream and Macadamia. Much loved classics, such as the Beef Short Rib with Spinach and Mushroom or the Signature Lamb Seekh Kebab Curry, will reawaken dormant taste buds. You can relax because main orders come with the all important naan and rice and there’s a special weekly desert for those with a sweet tooth.

“This is about reconnecting with our guests when they cannot come to us, we go to them and provide the extra service and they have told us they want this service when we move to Level 3,” Sahrawat says. 

“It’s also about supporting our local suppliers who don’t service supermarkets, as their businesses are geared to support hospitality. We also felt it would be good for our staff morale and mental wellbeing to come back to work even if it is in a limited capacity.”

So do your part to support the local hospitality community, while enjoying what is arguably the city’s finest contemporary Indian food. Sounds like a no-brainer to us.

Cassia is open for orders offering lunch Wednesday – Friday and dinner Tuesday – Saturday.

To order, visit here.


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