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Madras Saravana Bhavan rated best Indian restaurant in Atlanta by Zagat

September 2006
Madras Saravana Bhavan rated best Indian restaurant in Atlanta by Zagat

Where in the greater Atlanta area do diners get the best vegetarian fare, irrespective of the type of cuisine? At MSB – as Madras Saravana Bhavan is popularly known – if one were to go by the 2006/07 Zagat Survey. A food rating of 26 (the maximum being 30) puts this Decatur restaurant in the ‘extraordinary to perfection' category. No other local Indian eatery has a better rating in this respected dining guide. And among the non-Indian ones, less than a dozen area restaurants have a higher score. It's true that MSB's d�cor and service ratings are not as impressive, both being in the ‘fair to good' range. Still, it's been quite a journey for Narendra Patel, the owner, who graduated from Mumbai's prestigious Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology. His restaurant is also a recipient of the 2006 Consumers' Choice Award (CCA) in the category of Indian restaurants. The winners were identified through a comprehensive and objective survey conducted by Survey Sampling International (SSI), which is the world's largest statistical sampling organization dedicated to survey research. Known widely in the region for its authentic South Indian food, MSB has garnered consistently favorable reviews.

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