The food and beverage menus present a plethora of aromas and flavours from the length and breadth of the sub-continent of India. The Pataka kitchen’s cooking style involves authentic ingredients, special utensils, traditional pots and techniques developed through tradition and practice of the art. There is a conscious and deliberate attempt to not only present the popular or ‘cult’ dishes but also to showcase what is rare.
An Indian word for a fire cracker to celebrate festival of lights, ‘Diwali’. As an expert would say, to get the right bang, one must use the correct measure of all the elements to realise the true potential…. Pataka represents a modern take on the deep rooted, diverse traditions myriads of regional cuisines and vibrant folk art from the only surviving ancient civilizations’ of the world.
Determined to write his own story, He left his home and land on a journey to explore the world, with a mind filled with memories of jubilant festivals, grandma ́s stories, mom ́s delicacies, lush green coffee plantations on the hilly slopes of `Coorg`, street food of Bangalore and Mumbai and a pocket full of Indian spices. His spice route led him to Sweden. It is time for Stockholm to experience the burst of flavours of the Indian plate. Sharing personal food stories from memories and recapturing the joyful moments together with friends and family.
Pataka is Sunil ́s vision of a cuisine with a burst of Indian flavours offering dining experience to satisfy all aspects of fine service in a vibrant, trendsetting and contemporary ambience assembled by a talented team Payal Khanna, celebrated restaurant and hospitality designer and culinarian Milan Gupta, chef, food and Beverage expert.
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