285 South Broadway (Delco Plaza) , Hicksville, NY. 11801

Phone Number

(516) 261 - 7755

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Saravanaa Bhavan


Saravanaa Bhavan is located at 285 South Broadway, Hicksville, in Delco Plaza.  The large parking lot is located across the street from the street-level, double door, main entrance.

The restaurant is large and spacious. Seating includes banquettes, booths, tables and chairs. There is tile on the floor.

Multi-stall restrooms have large handicapped stalls and baby-changing stations.


    Surface of lot:  paved
    Distance to venue:  some spaces are close
    Terrain:  flat
    Doors:  street-level, double doors, entryway and another set of double doors
    Width of aisles:  extremely spacious
    Places to sit:  booths, banquettes, tables & chairs
    Location of restrooms:  in hallway in rear of dining area
    Type of restroom:  multi-stall with large handicapped-accessible stall
    Ease of entry and exit:  good
    Baby changing station:  yes
    Friendliness of staff:  very pleasant
    Notes:  The parking lot is across the street from the main entrance.

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Friends invited us to meet them at Saravanaa Bhavan, a kosher, vegetarian restaurant in Delco Plaza, Hicksville.  This was a new adventure for us.  Although we regularly enjoy Indian cuisine, we had never been to a kosher, vegetarian restaurant.

I decided to gather some information about the place before going.. This location is one of a global chain, with 56 outlets across the globe and more on the way.  They are the “gateway to the flavorings of India…always reinventing themselves…to offer unrivaled quality and taste…” They offer over 350 dishes in ten categories, with south Indian hospitality..(website) All of this sounded quite interesting and made us eager to go.

Delco Plaza has a large parking lot with several handicapped spaces  throughout. . However, the parking lot is across the street from the street-level, double door, main entrance. If needed, one can easily be dropped off. Once inside the first set of doors, we came to a vestibule (with a bench), and another set of double doors. This led to the very large, spacious, contemporary dining area. Tile floor, banquettes, booths, tables and chairs abundant space between them.

Reading about the extensive menu did not prepare me for the actual menu. So many different choices; different types of dosas, bread, rice, curries, and a variety of other things I knew nothing about.  With some help from our server we ordered a variety of dishes in order to have a “taste” of everything.  Dinner was definitely an adventure for our palates.

Multi-stall restrooms with large, handicapped stalls have baby-changing stations.

As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, , when planning a visit, to know before you go.



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