Friday, April 13, 2012

Restaurant Saravanaa Bhavan (Jalan Gasing) Petaling Jaya


Out of the blues, we had this urge of wanting to dine out for a complete vegetarian meal. Rather than getting out there and deciding on which restaurant we should try, we were toying with a couple of vegetarian eateries among the few we were aware of. We were circling in the same issue of deciding on a restaurant  over and over and finally we thought the safest will be another try at Restaurant Saravanaa Bhavan.
Being a Sunday, parking was not difficult to come by and with minutes, we were already inside the restaurant. As most of the tables were already taken by other customers, we got moving to the table the waiter pointed out to. Serve was prompt with the waiter jotting down what we wanted to have and within minutes,our orders were rolling in.

The thali set meal came in a large platter with small bowls of a variety of dishes. Inside was rice, curries, stir fried veges, pickle, fried yoghurt chilly, a large fried papadam, and dessert.

The sides dishes and curries taste right when mixed and eaten with the rice according to my other half. Instead of a set meal, I opted for individual dishes, the vegetarian briyani which came with a bowl of vegetable raita (carrot and cucumber soaked in yoghurt) and a bowl of mushroom plus cauliflower stir fried with spices and tomatoes.
Both of these dishes were flavoured with plenty of spices and its impossible to ignore the lingering fragrances coming out of them.

Similarly, the masala tea was the same, I mean floating with the aroma of spices and frosted with cow's milk. The tea came piping hot and we had to let it sit on the table to cool of the steam. Meanwhile, we drenched our thirst with the mineral water while eating our food.
The carrot halwa came in as the finale to complete my meal and to balance off the spicy taste which was lingering in my mouth.
After one or two spoons of eating the halwa, I could not go any further because it was very sweet and thats it for me, pullstop.  I just could not help wondering whats with the amount of sugar into the halwa and how many people enjoy eating this dessert. Except for the halwa which I regretted ordering, the rest fell in place as our kind of food, what more a healthy eating out meal for which we paid about RM45.00.

Restaurant Saravanaa Bhavan is situated along the main road of Jalan Gasing and its not dificult to look for as the signboard is brightly lighted and beaming clear.


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16 comments:

  1. will put it in my Jln2 Cari Mkn list.....

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  2. Nava, looks like u're more into blogging now! Noticed the new header, logo & tabs. Wow! Love everything about it :) Great work, dear!

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  3. Very tempting Indian food. I love Vegetarian food!

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    mt

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  4. The food looks so good! I can't believe I have been gone so long your blog design has changed a bit! Love the new look!

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  5. Hi nava,thats a neat review on HSB...of course,top indian hotel with highest no of branches..

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  6. I am loving the look of that large, gorgeous papadam!

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  7. Great review! And the papadum is calling my name! :D

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  8. This restaurant looks absolutely delicious - except for the halwa (which even I cannot consumer if too sweet) it is wonderful to hear you had such a fantastic all vege time :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  9. love the side dishes here ;) so well-presented

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  10. The masala tea looks original and delicious.

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  12. Sometimes it really can be hard to decide on a good place to dine, but it looks as if you found a perfect one for what you were craving. The food does look delicious as well as healthy-definitely worth a second visit! Enjoy the weekend!

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  13. wahhh certainly very sedap!!!...Am going to try it :)

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  14. Looks like a wonderful spot for a meatless meal! And I wish my taste buds didn't like sugar so much :/ Hope you're having wonderful weekend, my friend!

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  15. Hmmmm I don't remember seeing this place when I drive pass Jalan Gasing every weekend. Hmmm..I must not be paying attention to the restaurants.

    Hehehe I can never bring myself to order Halwa or most Indian desserts. Not much of a sweet tooth and most Indian desserts are really quite sweet...

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