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Annalakshmi Janatha

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Opened in 1996, Annalakshimi is a vegetarian restaurant that operates on an underlying philosophy to serve, love and give. Prices are not stated on its menu. Instead, patrons are encouraged to give any amount they feel is right for their meal at the restaurant.

Mon: 18:00 - 22:00

Tue - Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62230809
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Lunch @Annalakshmi Janatha

Lunch Vegetarian Buffet, various of options.

Might need to make reservation first for seat

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• 26 Nov 2011 • 68 reviews • 0 follower

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Lunch Vegetarian Buffet, various of options.

Might need to make reservation first for seat
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• 07 Jun 2011 • 1 review • 19 followers

good vegetarian Indian food

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My friend brought me here for a dinner. Even though there were not so many choices of food, but I enjoy the "homey-atmosphere" and the simple vegetarian food they are providing.
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• 07 Jun 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Lousy service! Not happy with the woman staff attitude.

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Purposely bring my family for lunch at Annalakshmi restaurant in Amoy St. The woman staff won't allow me to remove a chair in order to place baby chair. She ask my baby to sit between the edge of the table. I reject it because this is not a good manner, I'm not comfortable with that. She was not happy and showed her black face to me. The baby chair's was kicked by people many times and my baby feel uncomfortable and reject to take lunch anymore.

So 2 chair and 1 baby chair are placed in one row, it was very uncomfortable (the table is rectangular, the longer side only suitable to fit 2 chair).

I never meet this kind of woman before who do not know how to respect people. Hope the management of the restaurant will take some action.

 

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