CC Madhya 9.17

nṛsiṁha dekhiyā tāṅre kaila nati-stuti
siddhavaṭa gelā yāhāṅ mūrti sītāpati
Word for word: 
nṛsiṁha dekhiyā — after seeing the Lord Nṛsiṁha Deity; tāṅre — unto Him; kaila — did; nati-stuti — offering of various prayers; siddhavaṭa — to Siddhavaṭa; gelā — He went; yāhāṅ — where; mūrti — the Deity; sītā-pati — Lord Rāmacandra.
Translation: 
Upon seeing the Ahovala-nṛsiṁha Deity, Caitanya Mahāprabhu offered many prayers unto the Lord. He then went to Siddhavaṭa, where He saw the Deity of Rāmacandra, the Lord of Sītādevī.
Purport: 

Siddhavaṭa, also known as Sidhauṭa, is ten miles east of the village of Kuḍāpā. Previously this place was also known as the southern Benares. There is a great banyan tree there, and it is therefore known as Siddhavaṭa. Vaṭa means banyan tree.