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Annalakshmi Janatha Restaurant

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Annalakshmi Janatha Restaurant is a unique Indian vegetarian dining concept like no other. With its “Eat what you Want and Give" approach, diners are not bound to fixed charges by anything on the menu.

Daily: 11:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 21:30

+65 63399993
$11 based on 8 submissions
Lunch (4 votes), Buffet (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes)
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My favorite vegetarian buffet in singapore

Pay what you want for a buffet meal, it doesn't get better than that. 

Food doesn't disappoint, desserts and fruits are always sweet and tasty, and they even give you a drink to go with your meal. I personally always ask for sweet lassi.

I love this place and try to go every week. Dunno what some of the reviews are talking about with the service. Cash register lady did give me a glare for almost walking out without paying, but I kinda blame myself for being absentminded that time. 

still love the place though! 

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• 16 Nov 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

My favorite vegetarian buffet in singapore

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Pay what you want for a buffet meal, it doesn't get better than that. 

Food doesn't disappoint, desserts and fruits are always sweet and tasty, and they even give you a drink to go with your meal. I personally always ask for sweet lassi.

I love this place and try to go every week. Dunno what some of the reviews are talking about with the service. Cash register lady did give me a glare for almost walking out without paying, but I kinda blame myself for being absentminded that time. 

still love the place though! 
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• 18 Oct 2013 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Eat whatever you can pay

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Annalakshmi Janatha restaurant is named after the goddess of plenty and runs by the ethos atithidevo bhav (Sanskrit for ‘the guest is God’). The atmosphere here is like dining at an Indian friend’s home. The menu changes on the chef’s whim (those who cook and serve at Annalakshmi are volunteers of the charitable organisation by the same name) but the food is consistently good. We have tried their appam (fermented rice pancake) and vegetable stew, potato palya (dry, spiced potatoes) and cauliflower curry among a slew of other North and South Indian home-cooked dishes. You can order off a menu or take your pick from the regularly rotated buffet counter. Annalakshmi invites customers to pay what they wish (or can). For more Best Buffets reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-buffets-in-singapore-*gid-fc280400/photos/#25df0700
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• 19 Aug 2012 • 28 reviews • 0 follower

Yummy vegetarian Indian food

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The last time I ate at annalakshmi was when it was located at Chinatown point. The outlet at havelock rd is quite accessible.

The spread on Sunday afternoon consisted of 2 types of rice, one white and one green. The latter was sweet. There was a soup as well. There were abt 6 other dishes such as fried bee hoon, potato, veg, etc. Im not sure what are the ingredients in some of the dishes I.ve eaten. Dessert wise was watermelon and warm bobo chacha.

I ordered coffee after my meal. It was already made with milk and sugar. It was too milky and sweet for my liking.

Overall, the standard was similar to my previous visit, but the service level is so much higher.

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