Saravanaa Bhavan opens first Branch in Auckland City

Saravanaa Bhavan opens first Branch in Auckland City

Venkat Raman

Auckland, April 1, 2019

Shekar Mani, a Director of Hotel Saravanaa Bhavan (HSB) of the world-renowned ‘Saravanaa Bhavan’ brand is speaking at the opening of the first Restaurant of the international chain in New Zealand at 51E Hobson Street, Central Business District, Auckland City.

Shekar Mani speaking at the official opening (INL Picture)

More than 150 invited guests attended the event held this evening (Monday, April 1, 2019).

Saravanaa Bhavan Restaurant will be open to public from today (Tuesday) from 11am to 10 pm all days of the week. 

As reported in Indian Newslink (April 1, 2019 issue), the Auckland Branch is the 76th Saravanaa Bhavan Restaurant, opening after more than a year of preparations, exclusive in-house training and sourcing of materials.

Unique Formula

Its unique formula of preparations with a unique blend of spices and other ingredients have won the admiration of millions of diners across the Continents, earning for itself a place of eminence and importance among the best purveyors culinary delights.

A Section of guests at the opening (INL Picture)

The presence of the brand in 21 countries (including India, Asia, the Middle East, Europe, USA and Canada) has created a galaxy of customers who have proved their loyalty time and again, relishing a range of cuisine that have stood the test of time, in quality, taste, presentation and equally important, standard of service.

Exclusive to Tamil Nadu

The Restaurant on Hobson Street will also feature serving dishes and vessels that are exclusive to South India and Tamil Nadu in particular.

Along with Mr Mani, other two directors, Shivakumaar and Sudhir Shete are also present at the opening ceremony.

Saravanaa Bhavan Directors: Sudhir Shete, Shekar Mani and Shivakumaar (INL Picture)

Saravanaa Bhavan in Auckland is being managed by Sree Hari Shete and Vaidyanathan Shanker.

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