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1. Eat for health: Sante Spa Cuisine

Healthy needn't be boring and that's the point that a visit to the newly opened Sante Spa Cuisine, drives home. Making its debut in Mumbai with a cozy outlet in Bandra Kurla Complex, this Pune brand brings to the city an all-vegetarian, multi-cuisine menu that is high on both, taste and quality. Extending the calming spa experience to the dĂŠcor, the interiors are serene and soothing with recycled furniture, lamps made of corrugated boxes, neem wood plates and cutlery, banana leaf straws, copper glasses for water and ceramic plates coloured with turmeric.

From the source: The sauces and cashew cheese is all made in-house and the ingredients are sourced directly from suppliers around the country.

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