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Saravanaa Bhavan (Plaza 8)

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Saravana Bhavan is an Indian Vegetarian restaurant located on Changi Business Park Crescent.

Daily: 8.00am - 10.00pm

+65 67867573
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Good indian restuant in singapore

its own unique dishes and subtle variations to popular dishes. Aromatic Spices are the essence of Indian cuisine

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• 22 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good indian restuant in singapore

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its own unique dishes and subtle variations to popular dishes. Aromatic Spices are the essence of Indian cuisine

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http://saravanabhavan.com.sg/
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  • Good indian restaurant in singapore
• 25 Mar 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

SUPER SARAVANAABHAVAN

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I RECENTLY GO THERE ,THE NEWLY DECORATED INTERIORS ATTRACTS THE PEOPLE WHO CROSS THE RESTAURANT,THE FAMOUS ADAI WITH AVIAL,CHAT ITEMS ARE TASTY,EVER SMILING SERVERS ,ITS CLEANED AND HYGIENIC,GOOD TO HEALTH
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• 10 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lacks Good Hygiene and Food is Bad

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Lacks Good Hygiene and Food is Bad. It is a surprise how this unhygienic restaurant is not yet closed by Singapore authorities. This restaurant is running only because vegetarians do not have any other option! Avoid if cleanliness matters. I notice that Indian veg restaurants are somehow very unhygienic when compared to Indian Non-Veg restaurants.
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