With its chaat menu, Saravanaa Bhavan opens up a whole new way to delight tastebuds
Saravanaa Bhavan has always been synonymous with authentic vegetarian South Indian food. The menu of Saravanaa Bhavan is elaborate and covers everything from different kinds of idlis to varieties of dosas and uttappams, to thalis and a wide assortment of various kinds of snacks. It is the one-stop shop for all diners craving for good vegetarian cuisine that is sumptuous and fulfilling. Now, with the introduction of chaat, Saravanaa Bhavan is bringing in another dimension to its culinary repertoire.
Chaat, which means ‘to taste’ in Hindi, is a small-sized savoury dish and a desi version of Western fast food. This quickly put together ‘street food‘ as it is commonly known consists of savoury dishes that are generally served in food trucks or by road side vendors. But with the burgeoning middle class in India and the desire for fine dining in restaurants, chaat has made its way into the kitchens of restaurants and five-star hotels. Wherever an Indian travelled he carried his taste buds with him and always craved for tastes closer to home!! And with an increased number of Indians settling in foreign shores, the chaat has travelled across continents to satisfy these craving taste buds.
The Delhi streets are especially famous for Chaat. The numerous various of delectable savory, spicy, crunchy dishes will have even the gourmet food traveller salivating hours after the dishes have been savoured. Saravanaa Bhavan is aiming to create similar taste bud tingling experience for their diners with the of Delhi Chaat section in their menu. The restaurant serves everything from pani puri to bhel puri to sev puri, from dahi puri to dahi kachori and different kinds of samosas, tikkis, channa combinations and chaats.So,the next time you hanker for something truly desi or you want to relive your teenage years in India when you meandered through the bylanes to your favourite chaat vendor, head to Saravanaa Bhavan and check out their chaat. You will not be disappointed.