Hotel Shanti Palace, New Delhi
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saravana bhavan well your true, the serving size is really too small. but you go by taste, not by serving size, their business secret is if too tasty people will order one more set na, thats why. its business practise man, they dont know how much each and everyone personally eats, some eat a bit, some eat until stomach full, some lick their fingers, some even lick their plate man..
if you question this to their management, you know what they will reply? they will say if you like our taste, order extra set, otherwise dont patronize us, we have our own regular customers..
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