Satya offers everything you need for a great evening from a meal in a pleasant chef’s restaurant to a trendy bar. The setting is elegant but understated. The carefully designed, coherent menu expresses different aspects of the Chef’s personality with on the one hand, a new interpretation of traditional dishes, and on the other, a new perspective on how fish, seafood, and meat can be combined. Hence, you will find land and sea pairings such as risotto with shrimps and bacon or the surf and turf which includes shrimp and beef. The menu also includes a few oriental inspirations such as Aloo Gobi, deliciously fragrant of garam masala, or the mixed seafood dish, which is flavored with ras el hanout. The Caesar salad also has a discreetly Asian touch. The Fish Pesa is a creative twist on a local traditional dish featuring a lovely blend of colors and flavors, and lettuce leave bowls enabling you to swallow in one bite the ingredients composing it. The dish is livened up with red chili pepper balanced by the mildness of creamy hummus and yogurt. The rib steak is scalloped, covered in a creamy pepper sauce and cooked just as we requested. We ended our meal with a very original pavlova designed in vertical layers, instead of overlapping ingredients, and it tastes as lovely as it looks.