The menu at Sarovar spans the whole Subcontinent, and there are a lot of dishes available that you are unlikely to see elsewhere in town. Unfortunately, the quality of food is somewhat inconsistent, with some dishes excellent but others merely humdrum.
There are a couple of unusual South Indian rice…
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