Sarvana Bhawan Delhi serves lizard in sambhar

This is the place that has lines outside if you ever go to Janpath. Having eaten there 10 times atleast I must say I have found hygiene standards to be below average at best. I have found arrogance in staff as well as gate keepers as if they are doing customers a favour by feeding them. The founder was anyways a crook and was involved in crime against women in his seventies. Not going there again. more  

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It is generally said that the original owners of this chain of hotels were forced to sell it to people belonging to certain powerful political families in Tamil Nadu. I do not know whether this is true. However, eaarlier, their employees were well looked after; there was no individual forced tipping but people could put money in a box at the cash counter. The helpings were much larger than the present and certainly a lot cheaper. Now, most of their employees a disgruntled lot at least in the hotels I have visited in the last 3 years. Pity really. more  
Quality and services are not like in the initial stages of their development. After growing, they dictate more  
Sarvana Bhawan is a reputed brand of Hotel. There may be some stray incidents. more  
Unfortunate & Serious matter ,but customer App & Consumer forum are good for nothing,only EYE WASH. more  
Yes they are arrogant because we throng there. You boycott and they will come to the ground level. Hygiene - lack of it should be penalised, if necessary with closure. Once closed people will think twice before going there. more  
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