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Healthy recipes by Gary Sidhu

Darpan News Desk, 31 Oct, 2018

     

    With vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, SILK Lounge showcases both Indian and French cuisines with focus on local, organically-sourced ingredients

     
     
    Gary Sidhu is the owner of SILK Dinner Lounge. He began farming at a young age in his hometown of Kalyan Sukha District Bathinda in Punjab, India, alongside his siblings, learning from his father. After he moved to Canada, he continued his work in the farming industry in both field farms and greenhouses for many years, while dreaming of one day opening his own organic restaurant.
     
    For nearly five years, Sidhu has travelled the world curating, designing and building the space that is SILK Lounge in the urban neighbourhood found between Gastown and Railtown. He strongly believes in traditional organic farming, and has based his restaurant off those same values. 
     
    SILK Lounge is an ideal place for Vancouverites looking for a casual fine dining eatery, offering a unique fusion of organic Indian and French cuisines. SILK Lounge offers menu items that will intrigue a variety of food lovers. With vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, SILK Lounge showcases both Indian and French cuisines and the local, organically-sourced ingredients in creative dishes and a completed decorated dining room.
     
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    Photos: @pareshbhalla, VISAJ Media, @vancityduo, courtesy of Gary Sidhu, MONZEEKI Photography

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