Having excellent food on your plate is one of life’s greatest joys. All it takes is delicious food and great beverages to make your day extra wonderful and your evenings very refreshing. Our restaurant is one of Vancouver’s most well-known destinations for Indian cuisine. Try some of the unique drinks on our menu when you come to see us.
Take a peek at the drinks we think you should try at least once:
1. Tamarind Margarita
Tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice are used to make the Tamarind Margarita. It’s frequently served with salt on the glass’s rim.
2. Himalayan Swizzle
This rum-based cocktail, which is also regarded as Bermuda’s national drink, is paired with the Himalayan wildness. Try this refreshing drink from our list of recommended refreshments for a day drink with us.
Fresh lemons and cucumber, as well as pineapple and peach, are used in this tropical drink. One of our faves from the list is this refreshing vodka-based cocktail.
4. Berry Mojito
Berry mojitos include luscious fresh raspberries or strawberries, blackberries, mint, rum, and a touch of Truvia to sweeten it up mildly. It’s much more unique because it’s garnished with mint sprigs.
5. Coconut caipirinha
Cachaca, sugar, lime, and coconut are common ingredients in this Brazilian-inspired drink. It’s worth a shot of this tropical punch. While you sip, nosh on our genuine Indian appetizers.
1. Santa Ana Malbec & Shiraz Blend
Argentina produces a rich red wine with delicate tones. It’s a superb black mix that showcases both Malbec and Shiraz’s finest qualities. For excellent dining, try this effervescent and flavorful bottle of wine.
2. Gehringer Merlot
Merlot is one of the most affordable Okanagan Valley wines, with flavours of rich black cherry, plum, cassis, and subtle spice notes. This pleasant wine is finished with a hint of French oak and smooth, velvety tannins. It pairs well with heartier meals. If you’re dining with us, this is a must-order.
3. Rosemont Shiraz
This sweet punch of blackberry, plum, and cherry tastes is full-bodied, well-defined, and juicy, and it’s worth a try. It is usually only created in extraordinary vintages from Australia.
1. Gabbiano Pinot Grigio
From a tiny D.O.C. located in a valley carved by glaciers and traversed by the Adige River in the pristine northern Italian Alps, comes one of Italy’s greatest wine-making areas. On the finish, there’s a lot of fresh apples, melon, citrus, and tropical fruit. Try it out with us right now!
2. Two Tracks Sauvignon Blanc
Passion fruit, nettles, capsicum, and other tropical fruits are used to make this New Zealand wine. Herbaceous, grassy, and punchy with all the zingy fruit notes, this wine’s flavours are herbaceous, grassy, and punchy. This one pair well with meats and other continental food.
3. Peter Lehmann layers white
A one-of-a-kind mix that takes the senses on a delightful voyage of discovery with every glass! The scent of citrus and traces of peach, flowery notes, and an aromatic elevated spiciness pervade this beautiful pale yellow drink with green tints.
4. Wente Chardonnay
Join us in tasting this classic, fragrant, one-of-a-kind wine. It might be a complimentary morning drink to go with your brunch if you order with your complete meal at noon.
For the past ten years, Gehringer wines have been an essential part of our wine menu at Sula. When we opened our second location on Main Street, we reached out to Gehringer wines to partner with us and worked with Walter Gehringer himself to create three types of wines that perfectly complement our menu.
During the pandemic, Sula has been working especially hard with Gehringer Brothers winery to provide pleasant and excellent wines for Sula. Sula Rosé, Sula Gewürztraminer, and Sula Merlot, all BC VQA appellation wines, were created to go with our menu’s classic dishes. Try Sula wines today
1. Mango Lassi
Traditionally made yogurt smoothie with mango and cardamom. It can be made with or without added sugar. In various parts of Canada, mango lassi is considered a cold drink consisting of sweetened Kesar mango pulp. A must-try drink all the way from Punjab, India.
Sula Indian Restaurant’s specialty drink is bhangra. Mango, mint, and lime were among the items we used. We urge that you try it since it is created using a genuine Indian beverage.
3. Triple berry
A refreshing mix of lime and berries, it is a drink worth trying. Made with all three berries: raspberry, strawberry, and blackberry or blueberry.
The list above picks our favourite beverages from the whole menu. We hope you like them as much as we do. Visit us in Vancouver, BC, and try our unique and refreshing drinks, as well as our selection of traditional Indian cuisine. Sula also offers traditional Indian cuisine that may be ordered in a few simple steps.