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About Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam
Overview of Saravanaa Bhavan
Home to Saravanaa Bhavan is the city of Amsterdam in the country of Netherlands. On your trip to Amsterdam, you can consider a quick visit to Saravanaa Bhavan. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Saravanaa Bhavan and you'll thank us later!
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The trip takes you on an epic adventure to the southern part of Holland and will leave you spell bound by its scintillating beauty and elegance. In the spring time you can see millions of tulips, hyacinths and daffodils. With the fresh and sweet aroma and magnificent beauty the destination is sure to make you go wow!
A heaven for artists, the Van Gogh Museum has to be on every traveler’s itinerary. The museum is famed for its collection of rare and elegant artwork that is displayed for public viewing. The fast ticket gives you faster access to the museum. The trip also has a scenic and beautiful tour of the canals in the city that are simply amazing.
The Museum of Prostitution lets you in on the oldest profession in the world and how it came to be. There are many exhibitions and displays that teach you all about the dark world and all its secrets. The trip also includes a tour to Amsterdam’s attractions and the best thing about it is that you can have a tour anytime of the day.
Getting around Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam
Take a Tram. The total distance will be 1.54 Kilometre costing EUR 3 and the duration of the trip will be 8 minutes.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly EUR 13, taking around 4 minutes. The distance between the two points is 3.26 Kilometre.Walk
By walking for 23 minutes for a distance of 1.92 Kilometre.
Suggested transit method is Tram. The distance between the points being 1.05 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 6 minutes. The expense of the trip is EUR 3.Public Transport : Tram - Subway
The mode of transport is Tram taking you to Amsterdam, Weesperplein. The transit will take around 3 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 3. From Amsterdam, Weesperplein you can proceed to Amsterdam, Waterlooplein by taking the Subway. The duration to reach will be 2 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 1. The total distance covered will be 1.64 Kilometre.Taxi
Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 1.75 Kilometre costing EUR 9 and the duration of the trip will be 2 minutes.Walk
You can reach Jewish Cultural Quarter on foot. The distance is 1.47 Kilometre and it will take around 18 minutes.
Best transit method is Tram. The distance is 1.78 Kilometre, costing around EUR 3. The duration of the trip is 8 minutes.Taxi
Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 2.57 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 3 minutes. The expense of the trip is EUR 11.Walk
It is recommended to walk. The distance is around 1.85 Kilometre and it will take around 22 minutes to reach the place on foot.
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Real vegetarian Indian cuisine in town. Meet all regional flavours in one place. For all people looking for an exotic alternative to meat predominant food establishments. For the large part I did enjoy the food and was satisfied. Non the less, they are areas I hope the owner decides to do look into and do mend some of the downsides to this place. Was unsettled by the following - The fact that a big restaurant with empty places everywhere decides to cluster their customers to be seated right next to each other on a single line. Table allocation really unpleasant and lack of privacy and personal space. - Very broad menu with no much insight information, nor support from the staff to help you with information. Luckily this place is packed predominantly with real Indian people; some of them were gracious enough to help me out and provide me with some insights to this new territory. - Food provided in the menu's was almost the same and some lacked coherence. I did receive two small recipients with actually the same food and two more with some insidious white milky like water. The second menu was the same ingredients with some minor change such an extra vegetable in and peculiar combinations such a sweet rice pudding together with savoury dishes and curry's. - Bathrooms, sink and areas on the vicinity of the kitchen. This all were in precarious conditions and lacking of hygiene. - Friendly staff. Unfortunately they were more interested in chatting with each other and watch the telly then in actually dealing and helping the customers. Good food. Lack of management and any form of supervision or direction nor an eye for detail. Restaurant needs some physical improvements on the areas above mentioned and an urgent clean up alarm with the foul. Some parts of the restaurant and doors I was appalled to actually have to touch. Separate the bloody tables and do something about the atmosphere. It is not a cozy place to be at. Not coming back to unless some major changes are actually made.
This is a really good south Indian restaurant. So typical one. The staff was really nice to us. Very kind and attentive and smiling. The food was of course the best south Indian that you can get outside India and totally worth it. The prices are not at all high and totally justified. Just make sure that you make a reservation if you are a larger group than 3 or 4. I'd totally recommend it and visit it in the future many times.
Beautiful authentic North and South Indian food - all vegetarian and an amazing array of dishes. Service is occasionally a little laxidaisical but overall a great experience. Been here a few times and highly recommend the food.
First visit as so nice that I went here again. But guess these guys cannot handle pressure. There place was full and the staff was behaving as if they are in war zone. And their attitude...down and poor. After an hour when the food arrived, Which was Channa masala bowl, I had to use soon to find the Channa in it :). After that I saw my food passing hands across the restaurant. It was fun to watch how these guys respect food and goes without saying, poor customer service. In all together, it's a place full of Indians who think they are European after colouring their hair.
Hi, Hotel Saravana Bhavan, the famous chain hotel in Chennai-India. It has branch in Amsterdam-Stadhouderskade. Half of the staff is from Chennai. Staff is good. Hotel food is really good. It has south indian dishes. Prices ranging from Euro-3 to Euro-17 Coffee is too good. Meals also good.
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