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ATMANTAN WELLNESS CENTRE
Mulshi, Pune - 412108,
Maharashtra, India.
Telephone: +91 20 66766666

SPA CUISINE

"ONE CANNOT THINK WELL, LOVE WELL, SLEEP WELL, IF ONE HAS NOT DINED WELL"
  Vegetarian Cuisine

Creating wellness cuisine that is both nutritious and looks mouth-watering, is what spa cuisine is all about; nobody does this better than Atmantan! Fine Dining Vegetarian meals that are tastefully plated and nourishes the gut. They are prescribed by the doctors, and are relished by guests as they partake in the wellness experience here.

The dining habits here encourage mindfulness such that the guest incorporates the same into his/her daily schedule when he/she leaves from here. The cuisine is simply inspiring as the food here embodies all the nutrients and vitality that nature has to offer. Following the farm-to-table concept, seasonal produce is brought to the kitchens, where it is transformed into meals that create lasting impressions in the soul, mind, and body!

The food here is curated on the principle that food should therapeutically heal the body whilst working in tandem with wellness objective that the guest seeks. This Spa Cuisine helps restore health, rejuvenate the gut and impact the overall wellness positively.

Atmantan’s Cuisine philosophy…
Focuses on incorporating organic and local (Locovarian) Whole, Unrefined, & Unprocessed food produce into the meals. With a strict abstinence from the 3 white devils – Refined Flour, Refined Dairy, & Refined Sugar,

The kitchen here, uses preservative Cooking methods such as Steaming, braising, boiling, baking, grilling & sous vide, such that guests are served sumptuous and nutritious dishes that are created daily in the form of Farm fresh menus.

Even all the menu dishes display the calories, proteins, carbohydrates, fats & fibre contents of the food and the Choices of dishes include – Gluten free, dairy free, sugar free, vegan!

Guests here learn to make healthy eating choices as they taste and relish food in moderation and not deprivation.