I was placed, along with my friends, in a well-lit table for six where we were given a delightful and delicious delicacy known as papadam. This fragile treasure was served with three equally delicious sauces. A fragrant and mouth-watering pomegranate sauce, a sweet mint and yoghurt sauce and a cucumber and yoghurt dip. Each of their own magnificent standing.
We each served our own dishes, and I, forever intrigued with unusual and exciting dishes, ordered the garlic prawns and pineapple lamb curry. Arriving with perfect timing, I was transported on a viking's voyage, believing myself to be in wonderful India, while being in this quaint restaurant at the same time. The prawns were delightful, and melted in my mouth, and served as an excellent entrée/main. They dovetailed the lamb superbly!
For dessert, I was immediately suggested with an impeccable list of scrumptious ice creams and sweet gulab jamun (dough and milk solids, with syrup, served warm). Choosing the mango ice cream and galub jamun, I, well prepared this time, adventured once more, to magical and majestic India. They were an excellent end to a more than heavenly meal, and I would more than suggest anyone to venture to this unique restaurant, Hotel Saravan Bhavan!