Jagannath is a vegetarian restaurant, but even if you are a carnivore like me, do not hesitate to venture in. This might be the place where you’ll get hooked on vegetarian food: hearty, filling, flavorful. I am particularly attracted to the sweets section: cakes, burfis, dried fruit truffles — everything looks so tempting!
Jagannath mostly serves Indian cuisine, yet I have never had anything really hot and spicy there, so no chance to burn your taste buds. If, however, you are craving some Indian spice, I recommend that you check out the shop section. It offers an almost bewildering variety of spices, herbs, grains, noodles, tofu-based food, sweets, nut butters, oils, snacks, and a whole lot more.
I usually grab some obscure grain (it’s a real joy to google how to cook spelt, then try to follow the recipe and fail miserably — or emerge victorious) and urbech, a paste made of ground sesame, pumpkin or flax seeds.
They also always post lots of ads about upcoming yoga and meditation classes, so if that’s your thing you may want to examine posters and flyers at the door.