I've eaten at Casa Satya a number of times. I really like the new menu. From the new menu, I've eaten the ginger tofu several times, the lentil soup, the cold avocado, cucumber and lime soup, onion soup, aloo gobi and sorbet. I don't usually like avocado but the soup was delicious. My other soups were also excellent. I especially liked the ginger tofu, but it is a bit too salty and perhaps could be improved by using low sodium soy sauce or using less soy sauce or not adding additional salt since soy sauce already has salt. I asked two different servers on different occasions if it could be made with less salt, and unfortunately it's not possible. But perhaps the next time they make their marinade they could use less salt. The tofu is the kind that has round corners that I had tried elsewhere in another city and thought wasn't good tofu. But apparently the issue was not the tofu but rather the sauce used in the other city. The aloo gobi was good. The shimeji mushroom dish was also good, but had a bit too much butter for my taste. I also like the sorbet and have gotten it several times.
I really enjoy the relaxing environment at Casa Satya and would definitely recommend it. The waitress is kind although she speaks somewhat limited English.
It's wonderful they have stopped serving fish and are now completely vegetarian. Vegan and raw item are clearly marked on the menu.
Updated from previous review on Saturday January 04, 2014Pros: Delicious food, Relaxing environment
Cons: Slightly expensive