Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam

Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam - Address

Address: Stadhouderskade 123, 1074 AV Amsterdam, Netherlands

Show on map

Timings: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm Details

Added 67 times in trip plans

Try TripHobo to create your itinerary

Are you associated with this business? Get in touch

About Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam

Overview of Saravanaa Bhavan

Walking past the city of Amsterdam, you will come across Saravanaa Bhavan. Saravanaa Bhavan is easily missed on a visit to Amsterdam.

Top attractions of Amsterdam worth your visit include Amsterdam Museum, Jewish Cultural Quarter, The Rembrandt House Museum, Natura Artis Magistra and Amsterdam Canals. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in Amsterdam before planning.

For other interesting insights of the city, you can explore Amsterdam tours.

More about Amsterdam

Use Amsterdam trip planner to visit Saravanaa Bhavan and many others to your visit.

Add comfortable hotels to your plan, choose from the recommended hotels in Amsterdam like Via Amsterdam, Q-factory Hotel and Amsterdam Tropen Hotel.

Choose from variety of exclusive Amsterdam vacation packages for your next visit or create own own. Check out the various options for how to reach Amsterdam and finish off your vacation package by booking the ideal transfer.

Getting around Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam

Public Transport : Tram

Take a Tram. The total distance will be 1.54 Kilometre costing EUR 3 and the duration of the trip will be 8 minutes.


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.


By walking for 23 minutes for a distance of 1.92 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Tram

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.


Take a Taxi. The total distance will be 1.75 Kilometre costing EUR 9 and the duration of the trip will be 2 minutes.


You can reach Jewish Cultural Quarter on foot. The distance is 1.47 Kilometre and it will take around 18 minutes.

Public Transport : Tram

Best transit method is Tram. The distance is 1.78 Kilometre, costing around EUR 3. The duration of the trip is 8 minutes.


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.


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.

Saravanaa Bhavan Tickets And Tours

The best tours and activities in the city, guided by experts to give you a local insight to the best best of Amsterdam

Saravanaa Bhavan, Amsterdam Reviews - Write a Review

  • Great vegetarian Indian cuisine for a very fair price. Authentic flavours. We had a vegan thali and it was more than enough food. Jasmine tea was very nice too. Fast service. The only "but" is that the food is served on metal dishes (which is great!) but goes straight onto a cold marble table (very beautiful table!) so the food got cold really quickly. I'm sure there could be a fix for this but it's not something I've encountered before.

  • 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.

    Read more
  • Interesting food, a whole different Indian kitchen than I was familiar with. All vegetarian, eat with your hands. Large space, with lots of lights, lots of diners seemed to be tourists and expats from India. Waiters don't speak Dutch. All seems very authentic.

  • This place will warm your body in cold winter day like no other place and the staff will warm your hearts. Its cool in the summer as well cause they have around 100 dishes. Love this place. Best Indian food for the best price.

  • Is is as good as the ones in Northern California? No. Is is pretty tasty? Yes. Loads of seating, but always still packed and a wait. I think the dosa plates are the best with a good/high spice level.

Read all reviews