Phone: +91 9849427575
Address: 1227 Road 62, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Meals for two: Rs. 900
Cuisines: Cafe, Fast Food, Salad, Desserts
Facilities: Breakfast, Home Delivery, Indoor Seating, Vegan Options, Desserts and Bakes, Pet Friendly
Today, it is very important to understand that what we eat impacts the environment.And one such restaurant that is promoting sustainable eating among city’s foodies is Sage Farm Cafe. The cafe, which began in 2017 as a store selling only naturally-grown veggies and groceries, today serves a menu that is entirely organic and follows the farm-to-fork concept.
SAGE Farm Cafe, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad: Decor
The eatery has both indoor and outdoor seating arrangement. While the outdoor setup is pretty rustic with simple tables and chairs, the indoors look classy, uncluttered and more comfortable. They also have a walk-in store that sells fresh vegetables and fruits apart from cereals and pulses.
SAGE Farm Cafe, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad: Food
The eatery strictly abides by the farmto-fork concept, where fresh produce and ingredients are sourced straight from farms to one’s plate. The menu is a well-laid-out one and the items are slow cooked depending on one’s order to retain the vital flavours and nutritional value of the ingredients.
We began with a rather ‘unusual’ salad named pumpkin and podi salad.As the name goes, the dish has nicely grilled pumpkin pieces as the chief ingredient, served on a bed of fresh beetroot and red sorrel leaves that are tossed in spicy sauce and topped with peanut podi. It is a definite must-try.
We got quite excited when we learnt that their pizzas are made of whole wheat and opted for eggs on pizza. It’s a green sauce-based pizza topped with whole eggs, onion, tomatoes and fresh herbs. One can also try their bisi bele bath,the burrito bowl and grilled fish, lamb kheema pizza among an array of dishes that are refreshingly tasty. For desserts, we opted for lemon ice cream. Made from farm-fresh organic milk, it’s the eatery’s take on lemon meringue pie. It was indeed lemony and was served with wheat crusts.
The menu is quite unique and tasty but some might find the prices to be a bit on the expensive side. But then again, when one gets to savour seasonal organic veggies and local products straight from the farm, guess the prices are worth it.