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Posted by Nidhi on 09/16/2010
Ok I know I should not have taken North Indian food in a South Indian restaurant in the first place. But I took it and here is the review. I took North Indian Thali which came with chhole potato sambhar rasam and some other things i dont remember. All the Noth Indian dishes I had there were hopeless. It is not like Mayuri or Paradise where you can find both the kind of food equally well made. My other friends took Dosa , sambhar rice, south Indian thali etc. and they were excellent.
Posted by S.Desai on 03/21/2008
Amazing food, good service, just plain awesome. I had the bhel (yummy!), rava dosa (v. nice but I did not like the filling), idli (v. nice). Chutneys were great too. Falooda was terrible, don't get that or the kulfi.
Posted by MAK on 10/13/2007
This is a family friendly restaurant. The serving staff is very nice. Food is good and priced well. Recommended.
Posted by mitra on 03/04/2007
the place is good, atmosphere great. wish it matched the taste! I didnt find the taste or the quality worth giving a second visit.
Posted by MK on 11/15/2006
The other 2 reviewers kinda sound phony if you ask me...so anyway, here goes...Good food, good service. We did a weekend lunch buffet and compared that to Woodlands' lunch buffet (which is also all Vegetarian). The food tasted quite similar to the Woodlands' stuff. If you're Indian - and have had your fill of Minerva and Woodlands and want to try something new, its worth trying once and you can decide if it merits your business. But everyone in our party thought the food was very similar to Woodlands'. If you're not Indian and are interested in an all-Vegetarian Indian restaurant, certainly try this one. If you like the buffet, you can always go back for dinner. In our experience the quality of food in Indian restaurants is, say, 25% better at dinner compared to the lunch buffets.
Posted by way to go on 08/27/2006
One day I went to saravana palace. the atmosphere is so great and beautiful ,and I ate food -- wow! it was great and super.I like the indo chinese, dosa vada, samber, etc. A very good restaurant.
Posted by Cool Guy on 07/24/2006
Extensive collection of south indian, north indian, and indo-chinese items in the buffet. More than 150 items in the menu. Real tough competition in the area. Everything tastes so great in the buffet that you will have trouble deciding what to eat. $8.95 for a weekend buffet is a steal. I wonder if they make any money out of it. If somebody tells you that vegetarian food is bland and has no taste or excitement, this is the place you take them. I talked to my friends who know more about Indian food and who ate buffet with me and they say every item is so authentic and tastes so much like back home. Way to go. Kudos for a great job ......