It is rare to come across a restaurant like Tattva in India. But I am worried that it may not be able to survive due to a very hostile and non accommodating environment that prevails here for these kind of restaurants. This was my 2nd visit in 6 months, and this time the restaurant was totally empty at 2 in the afternoon. Being tucked way inside the Hauz Khas Village does not help. It also does not help that the owner (who was there last time) is not always present in this space that requires you to engage and not just sit and eat. The sole person (a typical Indian servant type) seemed to be the person in charge of everything, and definitely not the kind of person who would enjoy even one dish from the menu. And lastly, it also does not help that more than half the items on the menu are not available. A better alternative would be to have a limited daily change menu based on what ingredients are available.
None the less, this will continue to be my haunt each time I am in Delhi. It is too precious to be wasted away without enjoying.
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