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The trend of traditional cuisine offered in a fine-dine setting is here to stay, and we cannot be happier about it. Savya Rasa is conceptualized along similar lines. The spread here features elusive cuisines from Kogunadu, Chettinad, Nasrani, Malabar, Mangalore, Mysore, and Nellore. The kolu masiyal (boiled horse gram mashed with shallots and condiments) along with some kyma unday (deep-fried minced meat roundels tossed in a spice mix including curry leaves and topped with fried cashew nut bits) make for scrumptious starts to the meal. Follow this up with the unusual yeral vazhaipoo kozhambu (crunchy prawns and deveined plantain flowers cooked in coconut-based gravy) and the beautiful tangy-sweet goodness of the bendakkai gojju (tender okra stuffed with desiccated coconut, turmeric, mustard, tamarind and jaggery) with a wide variety of accompaniments such as nei choru (short grain rice slow-cooked on coal redolent with the combined aromas of cardamom, bay leaf and clarified butter), jolada roti made from ground sorghum, dibba roti prepared with dehusked black lentil and rice batter flavoured with cumin and crushed black pepper and bun parota among other interesting options.
While there are now a number of places for South Indian vegetarian food, Savya Rasya offers authentic and very good South Indian non-vegetarian food ( though it has a good vegetarian selection as well). It is located in Koregaon park in a lane just behind Starbucks. The access road could be better maintained but there is valet parking available.The restaurant is aesthetically decorated with a South Indian themes and there is ample seating. The waiters are courteous and well trained to help you navigate through a fairly elaborate menu providing cuisine from several Southern states of India ( Kerala, Andhra, Tamil Nadu-Chettinad, and Malabari/Karnataka).All the food items ( vegetarian & non-vegetarian) we ordered were very good but be prepared for five star pricing. Probably among the best restaurants of its type in India.
This restaurant is located in Koregaon Park in the Gera Serenity Building. It has Valet Parking, so we had no problems in looking for parking space even though it was raining. We were here for dinner, having been recommended to try the place for Non Veg South Indian food. The restaurant was empty of customers, while there were a great many waiters (all dressed in mundus) floating around. This was the first worrisome indicator. The decor was average while the layout of tables was nice, with the space having being beautifully used.We had decided to skip the cocktails and head straight for the main course. However the Head Steward recommended that we try the Chennai Express Cocktail. Supposedly a mix of five types of white liquor with lime and a dash of other citrus fruits. Inspite of our reluctance we did try it and it turned out to be the worst cocktail I've ever had. Priced at an exhorbitant Rs 899/ - it was a major disappointment, for there didn't seem to be any liquor in it. ????? Surprised I was.Well the food too was nothing to write home about. The Tarkari for the vegetarian amongst us was average, while the Bangda (Mackeral) Curry in Mangalorean style was a disappointment. The less said about the mutton dish is better. The bun parotha and neer dosas were exhorbitant. Over all a disappointing experience. Never again!
Savya Rasa is the place in Pune for a fine dine South Indian food experience. Located in Koregaon Park, the place not only offers great food but also an amazing ambience.
Good food that comes at a price that seems a bit over the top.Two of us shared a chicken soup before ordering 2 pomfrets, one prawn curry 2 appams and one portion of ice-cream .₹3200/- Great ambience and service.
This is a small place tucked away in Koramangala. The food is outstanding - very unique and great options for both veg and non veg folks.Try the Malabar parathas - they are out of the world.The place also has some innovative cocktails - must try !
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We think South Indians have it the best way. The best of the spices, the best of seafood extracted from the belly of deep blue sea that encircles it and the healthiest way of cooking their food. When we think of South Indian food, a film of delectable looking fare runs in front of our eyes, consisting of steamed idlis, dosas, coastal curries and the infamous tangy sambhar. Usually South Indian food has to share the space with other cuisines but there are many restaurants dedicated to exploring this wonderful cuisine exclusively. One such place is ‘Savya Rasa’, situated in Koregaon Park, Pune and delights its patrons with a spectacular South Indian menu, served in charming lovely ambience. Pune is all the more better for Savya Rasa’s presence.
The menu of Savya Rasa is a colourful varied one. It goes beyond dosas and sambhars and includes other regional cuisines from Southern India as well. The dishes are adapted from Mangalorean, Kerala, Kogunadu, Malabar, Nasrani and Chettinad kitchens and complied in one big menu. Just one trip to Savya Rasa is not going to satisfy you. There is just so much to offer. Start digging into the first course with, thakkali sevai, kongu yeral varuval, thulasi vadai, karandi omelette, asari kozhi, sola saapadu urundai, nippatu settu and kalan perattal. Accompany your starters with a glass of neer moru, spiced buttermilk or paanagam, a sweet jaggery drink. Commence into the second course armed with kambu dosai or avarai paruppu saadam. Devour curries like, karipala kozhumbu, murungakkal vazhaipoo kuzhambu, vellai kozhi kuzhambu, viral meen kuzhambu and pollachi kozhi kozhambu. Soak the leftover curries with a traditional rice dish, avarai paruppu daadam.
Savya Rasa dazzles you with a plethora of sweet options, from kumbuda halwa to elaneer pudding to beniyan with palani panchamirtham to seembu paal. They even organize fun food festivals which the regulars die for. Finish with a hot filter kaapi (read: coffee) as the final touch. To reach Savya Rasa, walk on to a flight of stairs and enter a colonial style restaurant. There is a strong South-Indian feel to the space, elevated by dark teakwood furnishings, Kalamkari paintings, traditional pillars and vintage traditional theme. The décor is enchanting and feels like somebody’s well-kept home. Bill might shock you a little but be assured Savya Rasa is worth every penny.
If you dream of fluffy airy appams to be had with tart flavourful stews then make it a point to head over to Savya Rasa, one of the best South Indian restaurants in Pune. Food is authentically prepared and is adapted from the regions of Kogunadu, Chettinad, Nasrani, Malabar, Mangalore, Mysore and Nellore. Dining at Savya Rasa is an experience that cannot be limited to just one visit. Explore the flavourful menu of Southern India in an elegant surrounding with someone special for a Special Occasion. Savya Rasa is a place that should be enjoyed with a loved one.