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Croydon Restaurant

Croydon, branch was opened in Mar 2017, with a sitting capacity of about 100 seats. The branch is located in the busy Croydon high street shopping area and next to the St.George road,  Tram Station. This new branch is renovated with world class interiors and has a display kitchen where the customers would be able to see how their food items is prepared and cooked.

 

Saravanaa Bhavan, is a high quality vegetarian restaurant and this branch serves authentic South Indian vegetarian cuisine, and also has Indo-Chinese and North Indian vegetarian varieties such a  Thali meals, Rotis, Samosas and fried rice etc.

 

We are also specialised in catering services for all occasions such as birthday party, weddings and get-togethers. For enquiries contact Croydon branch in 020 8286 9940

 

Useful info:

 

Dishes with nuts:
We cannot guarantee that our food is free from traces of nuts or nuts oils. This is because we cook extensively with nuts. We can advise our customers as to which dishes do not have nuts as an ingredient.

 

However we cannot guarantee that any dish is free of nuts and nuts oils. There could be cross contamination from cooking oils, utensils, simply nuts or nuts particles being accidentally dropped into dish that would normally contain nuts.

 

Therefore customers with nuts allergies/intolerances wishing to eat in our restaurants do so entirely at their own risk. We are unable to accept liability for any reason customers may have resulting from nuts or nuts traces in the food.

 

Please inform your server of your requirement and they will be happy to assist you to make your own choice and avoid dishes that may contain nuts or gluten.





Opening timing

10am to 10:30pm (All days)

Address

18 St.George Street,

Croydon CR0 1PA


hsbuk@saravanabhavan.com

Ph: 020 8286 9940

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Testimonials
"This has to be one of the best Indian restaurants in the country. The food is top quality, it's Indian food but you feel like you're getting a real 'fine dining' experience. The staff are lovely." -