This typically Sindhi dish is healthy, spicy and pungent with unusual greens like Indian sorrel (khatta) and potato forming the base flavours with an assortment of spices and veggies bringing up the top notes. Although this community left their homes and lives behind in the wake of the partition, they carried to India their distinct food and culture which was to become markers of their identity. Sai Bhaji is one such well-known and much loved dish which you have consumed courtesy your friendly neighbourhood Sindhi aunty. Every family gives this simple and sparkling vegetarian dish its own touches, making each dish of Sai Bhaji distinct from the next. Thus the best place to eat this dish is truly in a Sindhi household. That failing try out local restaurants in the Sindhi areas of Mumbai like Chembur or Ulhasnagar and the Sindhi camp area in Pune.