Sangam – a luxurious Indo-chinese restaurant in the center of Prague

Sangam is an Indian Chinese restaurant, which is situated in Karlín district in Prague. Their meals consist of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. As for the interior, there are two adjectives, which perfectly describe it – neat and luxurious. When you enter the restaurant, you will see crystal clean mirrors on both sides. In combination with wooden furniture, sparkly decorations and white tablecloth the atmosphere gives off a relaxing vibe, which will disperse your tiredness accumulated throughout the day. The services of the personnel are also worth mentioning as they will welcome you when you enter, take off your jackets, give you a handkerchief to clean your hands and so on. On the other hand, the prices are relatively high so you should consider that too before making a reservation.

I have visited this restaurant with my friend yesterday and I have to say that it was an interesting experience. When the waiter waited for us at the entrance to open the door so we could enter and with the interior the way it was, I had a hunch that the prices won’t be average. And I was right. The prices were approximately 2-3 times higher than usual, which left me quite speechless, especially my friend who I had invited. We had ordered the cheapest meal we could find otherwise our cards would be sucked dry. Nevertheless, the meals were absolutely delicious and we both loved it. The services were also astounding as they took off your jackets, gave you a handkerchief, talked politely with you and even gave you some “sweets” so that you could digest more easily. In the end we were happy that we had visited this restaurant and I have learned a lesson to always check the prices first before making a reservation.

Manh Tuan Nguyen


Before you visit the restaurant, first take a look at the menu of Sangam.

Indian Chinese cuisine is a combination of Chinese seasoning and cooking techniques and Indian tastes. The food is often flavored with spices such as cumin, coriander seeds and turmeric, which don’t really have anything in common with Chinese cuisine. Hot chilli, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, dry red chilis, black pepper corns and yogurt are also frequently used in dishes. Because of that, the food often tastes similar to Southeast Asian countries.

As for the main dishes, they are for example Chow mein (noodles with vegetables, scrambled eggs, ginger and garlic, soy sauce…), Chop suey (Crispy Noodles with a variety of vegetables, meat and sauces), Manchurian (a variety of meats or paneer with vegetables in a spicy brown sauce) and many more.

There are also a couple of desert options such as an ice cream on honey-fried noodles or “date“ pancakes.

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