A Taste of Incredible India
Manila, Philippines — As the metropolis got quarantined for more than two months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a popular but unassuming restaurant quietly marked its 17th year of offering authentic Indian dishes.
Swagat Indian Cuisine was unable to extend its warm hospitality to its diners but continued to food reach its patrons in the comfort of their homes via Grab Food, Honest Bee, Food Panda, and Lala Food delivery service.
The unassuming restaurant was opened by Indian migrant Komal Khanchandani in the summer of 2003 in Rada St., Legazpi Village in Makati on a wing and prayer, at a fortuitous time of a Hindu religious feast.
Literally meaning “welcome” in the Hindi language, Swagat helped make Indian food a staple in the country’s financial district.
Now at its new home at The Columns at…