I think this is not sarovar,its cafe bahar.we tried lunch buffet and it is really good and worth.variety of dishes available for veg and non veg.staffs are good in behavior.
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I recently went to Sarovar while visiting family in San Antonio. It had just changed owners. We had the corn soup, chicken 65, chicken biryani, goat biryani and onion rava dosa. All were good but the biryani and rava dosa stood out. I will definitely...More
I live in England, so I haven't been to this restaurant and I haven't eaten here but I wanted to write a review to say thank you to the staff. My best friend, who lives in San Antonio, visited Sarovar to celebrate his 40th birthday....More
All the dishes are lacking in taste especially for vegetarians. Very few choices. Amazing to see that even vegetable salad was not good.
This restaurant is only good for one visit. Some of their food stuff were not hot, late service, silverware were not clean, not a good ambiance, overall poor rating, but not terrible because some of their food was good.
We went there because we could not find Madras Pavilion. My family ordered for Dosas and they got something close to what they expected. I ordered for Cauliflower Paratha and Bhindi Masala and both were terrible. The Paratha was not cooked properly and was too...More
I went to Sarovar (San Antonio) with my family yesterday, I regret that why did I take my family there. The manager was kind a racist. He did not attend us nicely, he made us wait long for food until finally we got up tired...More
I visit this restaurant quite often for the weekend buffet. I have found the staff polite (if a bit slow sometimes), and the food to be a very good value. I especially like the goat curry and butter chicken. You also get Indian desserts..Mango Lassi,...More
I decided to give this place a try since I was in the Colonnade area and it had been quite some time that I had eaten any Indian food. My wife is not a big fan so that obviates a good portion of dining out...More