Saravanaa Bhavan majors in Tamil vegetarian cooking, serving a selection of South Indian and Sri Lankan food.
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403 Alexandra AvenueSouth HarrowHarrowHA2 9SG
- +44 (0)20 8869 9966
- Public transport:
- Northolt Park, National Railway
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We visit this restaurant occasionally and have tried the buffet on a number of occasions. The food from the buffet cart doesn't seem to keep the food quite hot enough and gets cold really quickly on your plate! It's a very busy restaurant and I'd agree that the staff seem to be unfriendly but I think this is because they have their work cut out taking orders, serving food and clearing tables....more
As a vegetarian who found visiting India for the first time like finding the mother ship, this was a similar experience. On the early Sunday evening the two of us turned up, we were the only two Europeans - the place was packed, mainly with Indian families plainly enjoying themselves a great deal. It reminded me of the beloved old India Club on the Aldwich.
The food was genuinely South Indian...more
Very over-hyped with unfriendly staff. They have a Jain Menu but they
hardly care about it, I've had multiple experiences with Onions in my
Dosa and Sambhar spilled over my food which contains Onions.
I wish they had better service and courtesy.more
Pile em high , sell em cheap !
Great S Indian food place that is always packed when I have ventured there, queues out the door and no point in trying to book, so just turn up.
Speedy , friendly , efficient staff ..
Note : Not big on decor or atmosphere, so more fill your tummy than romantic mealmore
If you're ever in Harrow, North West London and looking for some really decent vegetarian South Indian food, you'll be hard pressed to find anywhere better than Saravanaa Bhavan. Infact, they have another branch in Manor Park (EASTHAM) located at:
300 High street north,
London - E12 6SA.
This restaurant chain started life in South India and now has branches in Canada, USA, U.E.A,...more