The international brand serves an extensive array of dishes
Diners and those ordering takeaway dishes at Saravanaa Bhavan in Auckland City will find new safety measures that are not only innovative but also reassuring.
Sydney-based Saravanaa Bhavan Partner and Director Shekar Mani said that measures in force to combat the spread of Covid-19 pandemic are rigorous and stringent.
“These include temp check on arrival, scanning of personal details and social distancing. In addition, our own strict safety standards enforced at all our restaurants all over the world all the time complement various lockdown and other regulations in force,” he said.
A former Director of Coca Cola and the Taj Group of Hotels, Mr Mani is personally directing the safety measures and conducting a weekly drill of staff through video conferencing.
“This has had a great impact in our customer numbers. They feel secure and safe to dine at Saravanaa Bhavan. We have had an excellent-word-of-mouth publicity for our efforts through a cross-section of our customers, especially the Indian Diaspora,” he said.
According to Saravanaa Bhavan Facebook page, free undercover parking is available for customers. Please call 021-08095543 for details.
About Saravanaa Bhavan Auckland
When Saravanaa Bhavan opened its first branch at 51E Hobson Street in the Central Business District of Auckland on April 2, 2019, it established a landmark for the company and began to quench the thirst of New Zealand’s largest City, offering an exquisite range of high quality Indian Vegetarian cuisine.
The precincts and its neighbourhood have been experiencing the aroma of South Indian dishes as specially trained chefs prepare items that have acquired inimitable taste exclusive to this brand.
The Auckland Restaurant is 76th in the international chain of Saravanaa Bhavan and 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.
The presence of the brand in 22 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.
The Thali offers variety and value for money
Mr Mani said that aromatic spices are the essence of Indian cuisine.
“This is a unique formula that we, at Saravana Bhavan chain of Indian Vegetarian Restaurants follow, to build our businesses across the globe. Each new restaurant added to our network carries the legacy of good taste and quality. We are keen that different genres of Indian Vegetarian Cuisine are made available to the wider market. This can be done beautifully with a marriage of food with wine. My vision is to position the Saravanaa Bhavan brand to the local clientele as I would like to see a multicultural dining fraternity in my restaurants,” he said.
Saravanaa Bhavan follows strict codes of practice, presence and presentation, with a no-compromise approach to quality of products and standards of service. Every Restaurant of the chain conforms strict regulations of hygiene, health and safety and other matters, which is why substantial time, money and efforts are invested in the initial preparations.
Saravanaa Bhavan prides itself of delicacies that cater to the varied tastes and preferences of the global community with brand exclusivity.
Among the items in the Restaurants Menu would be Rice Idly, Vada, Mini (14 Pcs) Ghee Sambar Idly, Rava Kichadi, Medhu Vada, Sambar Vada, Rasa Vada, Curd Vada, Masala Vada, Banana Bajji, Onion Bajji, Chilli Bajji, Chilli Bajji, Mysore Bonda, Poori, Uthappam, Dosa, Parotta, Rasam, Soup of the Day, Basmati Ka Bandhar, Beverages: Fresh Juices (Freshly Made In Our Bar).
About Indian food
Indian food is different to that of the rest of the world not only in taste but also in cooking methods. It reflects a perfect blend of various cultures and ages.
Just like Indian culture, food in India has also been influenced by various civilisations, which have contributed their share in its overall development and the present form.
Indian food is known for its spiciness. While spices are used widely, each of them carries medicinal and nutritional value. For instance, inclusion of cardamom, cayenne, tamarind and other pungent ingredients resulting in combination of taste that have no parallel.