Jain Menu

Featuring dishes compatible with a strict Jain diet

Jain-friendly cooking is a culinary practice rooted in Jainism, an ancient Indian religion known for its strict principles of non-violence and simplicity. Jain cuisine is characterized by its adherence to vegetarianism and avoidance of root vegetables, as consuming them may harm underground organisms. Jain-friendly cooking places great emphasis on using fresh and seasonal ingredients, incorporating a wide variety of grains, pulses, fruits, and vegetables. It avoids the use of garlic and onions, which are believed to be stimulating and disruptive to spiritual practices. Instead, Jain recipes often rely on aromatic herbs and spices to enhance flavors. The preparation process is meticulous, with a focus on minimizing harm to living beings, such as insects, during cooking. Jain-friendly cooking not only caters to dietary preferences but also aligns with the Jain philosophy of ahimsa, or non-violence, promoting a more compassionate and mindful way of eating.

Salads

Our selection of salads

Soups

Our selection of soups

Side Dishes

Curries

Rice and Noodles

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