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  • Swagat Indian Cuisine


    It is great to start the meal with a generous serving of Dal or thick lentil soup along with a piece of Roti or wheat bread that may be dipped in sauce. One can choose from different kinds of spicy rice mixed with Murgh or chicken, Anda or scrambled egg, Sangam or lean pieces of chicken and lamb, Mutton or goat meat. The main course may be varieties of vegetable, fish, mutton lamb, or chicken.

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  • About Us

    For more than six years now, we have been the haven of authentic home-cooked Indian food in the heart of Makati's business district. If you are looking for traditional Indian cuisine that is tasty, healthy and friendly on the budget that will put the spice on your life, Swagat is the place to be.

    Swagat which means "welcome" in the Hindi language has literally welcomed thousands of satisfied guests and customers-media, show biz celebrities, politicians, professionals, business executives, expats, diplomats, families, barkadas, dating couples, and people from all walks of life.

    With our homey and unpretentious ambiance, we treat our guests as if they were dining with an Indian family with our trademark hospitality and attention to detail.

    Most of all, every visit to Swagat is a cultural encounter with one of the world's greatest civilizations. Come as you are, and take a unique culinary journey to incredible India though Swagat Indian Cuisine.

    Come and visit us. We are open Monday to Sunday from 11:00 am - 11:00 pm.

    Shukriya.

    Sanjay and Komal Khanchandani

    Komal S Khanchandani

    a native of the eastern port city of Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh state, has made the Philippines her home for the past decade. Honed in the tradition of home-cooking back in India, she opened a small food venture in Makati called Sangam Restaurant to cater to the Indian community so they won’t miss their authentic food. Because of the encouraging results, she put up Swagat Indian Cuisine on May 6, 2003 and the rest in history.

    Sanjay Khanchandani

    hails from Anand, Gujarat which is known for its dairy industry. Lured to Manila in the late 1990s because of promising business prospects, he engaged in trading of electronic products. He currently manages the operations and marketing of Swagat Indian Cuisine and its planned expansion.

  • Events

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    Jun
    2014

    Her Home Cooking Indian Style - Philippine Daily Inquirer

    It is great to start the meal with a generous serving of Dal or thick lentil soup along with a piece of Roti or wheat bread that may be dipped in sauce. One can choose from different kinds of spicy rice mixed with Murgh or chicken, Anda or scrambled egg, Sangam or lean pieces of chicken and lamb, Mutton or goat meat. The main course may be varieties of vegetable, fish, mutton lamb, or chicken.

    Upcoming Event

    26
    Jun
    2014

    Her Home Cooking Indian Style - Philippine Daily Inquirer

    It is great to start the meal with a generous serving of Dal or thick lentil soup along with a piece of Roti or wheat bread that may be dipped in sauce. One can choose from different kinds of spicy rice mixed with Murgh or chicken, Anda or scrambled egg, Sangam or lean pieces of chicken and lamb, Mutton or goat meat. The main course may be varieties of vegetable, fish, mutton lamb, or chicken.

  • Contact Address

    Monday to Sunday
    11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    119 FCC Building, Rada Street
    Legaspi Village, Makati City.
    Phone: (632) 501-5079 / 752-5669
    Fax: (632) 888-2560
    E-mail: kkhanchandani2000@yahoo.com

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