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Why we are Leading South Indian Restaurant in Canada?

We are the leading South Indian Restaurant in Canada and offers varieties of South Indian cuisines, which include the dishes of five southern states of India.

South Indian Meals

The Savoy’s Kitchen- has set new standards in the restaurant Industry with an inimitable culinary legacy with spanning more than seven decades.

In short, we own the title of leading South Indian Restaurant in Canada by our hard work and dedication towards our service we provide.

We thank our beloved customers for giving us the title of “LEADING SOUTH INDIAN RESTAURANT IN CANADA”

A Small Journey to South Indian Food

Southern regions fast foods dominated for its spiciness and spicy meals.

Because, of its mouth watering smell and taste these foods Influenced by foreign and native rulers. So, the most important ingredient in these dishes is Rice in every region.

Moreover, the food of the Southern region is mainly vegetarian, which is followed by the tradition, in addition it is great when served with non-vegetarian supplement.

curry with spices

Rice or rice-based ingredients used in Southern area dishes. Sambar (a soup-like lentil dish cooked with a blend of vegetables and south Indian spices tempered with whole spices) and Rasam (a hot-tangy soup like lentil broth).

Mostly, dry curried vegetables and combination of coconut-based chutneys and pappadams served with rice (deep-fryms).

Rice and Urdu Dal batter combined with lentils used to make excellent dishes like Dosas, Idlis, Vada’s, and Uthappams.

History of Savoy's- Captaining as Leading South Indian Restaurant in Canada

The original Savoy’s Kitchen restaurant in Calicut is a Calicut landmark, which serves authentic south Malabar dishes in verity modes.

In contrast, one of Canada’s most popular and lead restaurants is Savoy’s Kitchen in Edmonton.

More than that, we have earned a place in the hearts and minds of our consumers by appearing in numerous stories, remembrances, and celebrations.

Several aspects of the ancient Dravidian culture, which lived approximately 4500 years ago, influence our diet.

Role of Rice

Already discussed, rice is a staple constituent in many Southern Indian dishes. Rice-based dishes are popular in these areas. These products are not only nutritious and edible, but they are also lovely and tasty (because of the fermenting procedure).

Lemon rice, seasoned rice with lentils and vegetables, and seasoned rice with peanuts, tamarind, chillies, curry leaves, Urad Dal, and fenugreek seeds are just for instance of common rice-based meals.

Therefore, South Indian food is incomplete without rice in any form and as a result, rice is known as the main ingredient.

Also,vegetarian and non-vegetarian options are usually available. So, local vegetables and fruits are frequently used for making side dishes.

South Indian Rice

How we support our valued customers as a leading South Indian Restaurant

Currently, Savoys Kitchen Restaurant offers a wide variety of tasty vegetarian and non-vegetarian alternatives.

      These cuisines are universally available and differ largely in terms of spice.

      We provide a range of dishes that are sure to pleasure foodies.

      Whatever your preferred cuisine is, you will find it on our appealing menu. We will give you the finest service possible to add to your outing.

Widely used Ingredients  in Indian Foods

South Indian Spices

Southern Indian food relies heavily on mustard seeds, red chillies, curry leaves, and oil, among other ingredients.

As for the ingredients used in these cuisines, they include Chana Dal (lentils), Urad Dal (lentils), Plantain, Tamarind, Ginger, Garlic, Coconut, Snake Gourd and Fresh Green Chilies and Dried Red Chilies (chilies).

“Never underestimate the power of good food’’. “Eating delicious food can be a life changing experience’’

There is no doubt that Southern Indian food is exciting overload as the aroma of the crispy Vada, the sound of spitting mustards, the taste of fresh tamarind and a touch of feaster light.


So, South Region cuisines is very diverse, therefore a dissimilarity is best classified on the basis of the various communities..

Our diversity in Kebabs…

Kebab means “grilled (or broiled) meat”.  Kebab is usually made of lamb and beef. Sometimes chicken and fish are used for some styles. Kebab comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, and the phrase stand for different things in different areas.

South Indian Keabab
Grilled Kebab

South Indian food is incredibly healthy and tasty at the same time. Idli is a traditional South Indian dish prepared from fermented rice and black gram. Carbohydrates and proteins are rich in idlis.

Idili with Sambar

Idly is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet. This food is light on the stomach. Therefore, as a result so you will not feel bloated as you go about your day.

In short, you will feel energized the whole day.

Dosa is a famous breakfast meal that has crossed all geographical borders. Dosa’s origin traced back to Udupi in popular culture, maybe because the dish is associated with Udupi eateries. Dosa variations include masala dosa, ghee roast, uthappam, onion dosa, Rava Dosa and egg dosa.

masala Dosa udupi dosa Rava dosa Egg Dosa

This food is primarily vegetarian; meanwhile it is great with non-vegetarian accompaniments.

Curry is a highly tasty meal that made with almost any vegetable. However, cauliflower, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, eggplants, and carrots are the most often utilised veggies in vegetarian curries.

In short, you will get a delicious combined food as a result.

Vegitable biriyani
Vegetable curry

Many regions of South India’s non-vegetarian cuisine are quite diverse. Each region has its own flavour and spices for making non-vegetarian food. These cuisines use a variety of meats, including chicken, pig, salami, fish, and prawns.

South Indian foods include chicken chettinad and chicken roast, as well as kerala beef fry, kerala karimeen fry, chettinad prawn curry, and chettinad mutton, all of which are quite tasty.

South Indian Chicken 65 Beef South Indian Fish biriani

Why we own the title of Leading South Indian Restaurant in Canada

We are of great edible value

We encourage a ‘family-style’ dinner to have a second at home

Preparation for life and service

Guest interest’s combination with our menu

Hometown recipes specially made

Our Services to valuable customers

  • Break fast
  • Brunch
  • Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Dinner

Varities of Tea Time snacks we provide

 1. Murukku

 Everybody loves this classic South Indian meal. It is crispy and spicy, and great for hunger pains.

2. Aloo Bonda

It is a favourite teatime snack, consists of salt, chillies, curry leaves and lemon juice with deep-fried potatoes. There is also sweet green chutney as side dip.

3. Bondi

Sweet or appetising can be Bondi. A combination of some type of flour and spices mixed for the pleasant variant.

4. Samosa

Samosas are appetizing pastry crumb wrapped around a variety of fillings. The mint chutney served alongside the heated packages.

5. Vada

These doughnut-like delicacies, known as Vada, are a preferred Indian morning dish, but they also make an appearance at the snack table.

Let us have a look at a glance of combos we have to serve for our customers

Food combining refers to the idea that certain foods complement one another, in the same vein while others do not.

Meanwhile, it is widely held that combining foods incorrectly can have negative health and digestive consequences as result.

  • Idly Sambar: Idli are steam cooked savoury cakes of fermented batter of rice and lentils.
  • Uzhunu  vada with Coconut Chutney
  • Dosa with Sambar.
  • Dal Baati and Choorma. 
  • Rant  Uthappam and Sambhar etc.

Side Dishes for South Indian Food

South Indian Masala prawns
Savos south North Indian

These are culinary item served with the first or main course of a meal.

Meanwhile, a side dish’s aim is to balance out, round out, or otherwise accompaniment the main courses of a meal.

Moreover, in certain situations, this may imply a mellower hint, while in others, it may imply a dash of heat.

Sweet and Other Accomplishments

This course comes towards the end of a meal. 

For example, Sweet foods, such as confections, and maybe a beverage, such as dessert wine or liqueur, make up the course. 

Because of its deep-seated sweetness, fruit is frequently included in dessert courses. However, Desserts created in certain cultures by sweetening as well as salty.

Blue berry wine
Sweet desert

Own Specialties of Canada's Leading South Indian Restaurant


  • Own culinary heritage
  • We think and serve Seasonally
  • Complete costed out menu
  • Transformation of Cuisines
South Indian cuisine

In Conclusion,

Meanwhile, there are many reasons to eat our favourite food from outside, maybe because of a festival or your special once special day, most importantly just to make your tummy happy therefore; you can reach to our outlet to full-fill your need.

We suggest our must try items we provide exclusively in our outlets for our esteemed customers to tackle the taste buds.

For reference, please go through our verity dishes included menu card.

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