home made quality food and selfless service by volunteer. best concept to impart sense of social values to new generation.
This is a must visit in Ahmedabad. A unique cafe based on the concept of GIFT ECONOMY. Went there with some friends for dinner. The food was good and the service excellent. The portions are small but you can get seconds. While we were there, a child gave me a gift and we picked out some smile cards. I recommend... More
Don't come for the food just come for the experience. U get good food elsewhere but u can't get charity like this everywhere. Nice and thoughtful I say. Heard a lot about it, visited it and realised what charity means.
The unique experience of eating at this lovely cafe will leave every person who visits in a positive frame of mind. This nice and clean cafe/restaurant is run almost entirely by people who volunteer to work there every evening. Everything including the cooking, cleaning and serving is managed by these volunteers. This cafe is an expression of love and service... More
The cafe is based on a great concept, managed by a group of well qualified people. They want to leave a message to the youth and other people that it feels like heaven when you are serving someone with selflessness. They have a menu of 5-6 items daily, you can order whatever you want and as much as you want... More
i can't belive that it is possible in india.realy,we were enjoy eat in seva cafe,very nice service of server in seva cafe. 'guest is god' that concept apply in india,my heart feel very happy,
As a concept, it sounds great, and the experience is fulfiling for your soul but not your stomach as it serves limited food variety cooked by amateur people in decent setting. If someone is looking for good food with family or friends, please don't visit Seva as u'd be disappointed but if ur in mood of having a soul experience... More
I visited Seva Cafe and I really found the concept is very nice and never heard before. You can eat whatever you like and need not to pay anything is a very unique concept. I really reflect the word Seva. The Food is also excellent.
I visited Seva Cafe this past weekend. Not just the food but the whole experience of being at this place was simply beautiful. I met Siddharth and his wife, Lahar, in Mumbai at a Silent Wednesday a couple of weeks ago. His generosity and big heart and being in the moment are hard to miss. One can't help but be... More
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