Savya Rasa – by Vijay Jadhav

Savya Rasa is named among “Conde Nast Top 50 Restaurants in India”.
Located in 1st Lane Of KP one of fine-dine which serves authentic South Indian : Kannadiga, Andhra, Tamilian and Kerala cuisine.

Ambience is artistic: you will feel like you are in typical ancestral home found in southern India (more precise kerala ) with traditional decor & painting.

PEO Menu has enticing selection of dishes and I was curious to visit this place since it was added as #FriendsofPEO.

We opt for non-vegetarian unlimited food from #PEOMenu, Our Meal started with 
– bang amazing “Rassam” , followed by Papadam which were served as accompaniments.

Uppu Kari : Die for ❤
Chettinad style #MuttonFry : loved the way they cooked meat juicy/tender. 
First Bite and it brought a big smile : #OneofFantastic starters that I had in recent times.

Anjal Rava Fry 
Crispy Mangalorean Style #SurmaiFry – was well marinated with subtle flavors ( checkout pic for color and marination ) 
Squeezing some lemon + chutney on the side : it was just #WOW..!!!!

Pallipalayam Korhi (“Pallipalayam” small village which is know for #ChickenFry,)
Pan Fried chicken in special masala was truly magical.

In drinks I tried : 
– Vasantha Neer: Coconut based mocktail with hints of mint and lemon.

In Mains : 
– Kori Gassi with Neer Dosa 
#MangaloreanChickenCurry made in Coconut milk + curry leaves + spices was much thicker then One I had tried so far and tasted #amazing.

– Bun Parotta with Pollachi Kari Kuzhambu 
Village Style #MuttonCurry made in drumsticks and Brinjal was #StarOfMeal: lovely flavour and succulent meat.
It is said that : in villages they add vegetables to meat curry to increase quantity ,actually adding vegetables changed flavors and I Just loved them : too good.

Thalassery Meen Biryani (#KeralaFishBiryani) with Coconut chutney and dates pickle 
Being fan of Biryani I cant think of having biryani other then mutton so I had very low expectations from this.
This was North Keralite ( Thalassery) style Muslim Dum Biryani cooked in Kaima Rice (Short grain instead of Basmati rice so that spices/masala can penetrate into rice ) Loved tha aroma – just #Brilliant.

Every dish had some special touch like :
– Cashew nuts in Mutton Fry
– Fresh coconut chips/slivers in Chicken Fry 
– Thick Kori Gassi and noticeable mustard seeds 
– Dates pickle with Biryani 
and so on..!!!

To end we tried “Desserts Trio” : 
– Elaneer Payasam (Tender Coconut Kheer)
– Kavuni Arisi Halwa (Black Rice Halwa) 
– Karupatti Halwa (palm jaggery and rice flour similar to fudge with loads of ghee)

We repeated order of Payasam, Payasam, Payasam and Karupatti Halwa both were #outstanding

Overall : A Must Visit place for foodie to savor and learn about south Indian cuisine.

Price : Check Attached PIC for PEO Offer Rs 749/1049 for unlimited menu. 
After looking at menu I’m sure that PEO offer is #Grab-A-Deal bcoz same meal will cost at least 5/6k in À-la carte option.

This article is taken from Vijay Jadhav‘s post in Pune Eat Outs.