SAVYA RASA – From the Kitchens of South India


Savya Rasa is not your usual fine-dine restaurant. The experience here is actually like taking a heritage walk into ancient South India. Right from the 300 year old door, the stonework at the entrance, the Terracotta fruit tray, the brass artefacts or the antique chairs, the ambience at Savya Rasa is enthralling to say the least.

The hand chiselled flooring, the bright glass paintings, the antique large vessels, the old vanity mirror and the dying wall art transport you to a bygone era.

I was invited by Carpe Diem to try out the Mango-centric Summer special menu along with a few dishes from the regular menu. If not for them, I don’t know how long it would have taken me to get to this place, since I rarely do regional cuisine. But boy, I’m glad I did! The food was a revelation. The complementary history lesson by Shivangi Shah made…

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