|Type||Chain of Restaurant|
|Genre||South Indian Vegetarian Cuisine|
|Number of locations||39(in india),43(outside india),16(to be opened)|
|Area served||India, Malaysia, Oman, Canada, France, Germany, Singapore, U.A.E, U.K, U.S.A, Kuwait, Qatar|
|Key people||P. R. Shiva Kumaar
|Products||Food, Sweets, Bakery, Ice Cream|
|Services||Fast Food, Take Away, Home Delivery and Outdoor Catering.|
|Revenue||$450 million (2010)|
|Employees||8700(in India - 2014)|
Hotel Saravana Bhavan (Tamil: ஓட்டல் சரவணபவன்) is one of the largest vegetarian restaurant chain in the world, founded in 1981 offering south Indian cuisine. They have more than 20 outlets in Chennai , 33 in India and 47 around the world (including USA, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Middle East. There are plans, as of 2012, to open 5-star Vegetarian-Hotels.
The founder is Rajagopal and was profiled in the NYTimes extensively.
- "Founder & Key Personalities". Saravana Bhavan. Retrieved 2007-05-31.
- Berry, Rynn; Suzuki, Chris A.; Litsky, Barry (2006). The Vegan Guide to New York City. Ethical Living. p. 27. ISBN 0-9788132-0-0. Retrieved 2008-07-03.
- Addison, Bill (2006-06-30). "Diners line up for Saravana dosas". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2008-07-03.
- "Saravana Bhavan plans foray into hospitality sector after it strengthens international presence further"
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