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1085 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5R 3G8
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Methods of Payment:

  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Cash
  • Interac

Rates:

  • $11 to $25,
Annapurna is the oldest vegetarian restaurant in Ontario/Toronto. It was established in 1974, by students of Sri Chinmoy, originally located on Pears Ave. The menu features a variety of South Indian, vegetarian and vegan dishes.

Opening Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Restaurant type

  • Vegan ,
  • South Indian ,
  • Vegetarian ,

Cuisine type

  • Indian,

Dishes

  • Sandwich,
  • Salad,
  • Vegetarian,
  • Vegan,
  • Tofu,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Tofu Burger ,
  • Daily Homemade Soup ,
  • Falafel Plate ,
  • Tofu Salad,
  • Greek Salad ,
  • Vegetable Macro Plate ,
    • Samosas ,
    • Bonda ,
    • Egg Dosai ,
    • Chappati ,
  • more...
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Specialties

  • South Indian Cuisine ,
  • South Indian Menu,
  • Vegetarian Menu ,
  • Vegan Menu ,

Languages Spoken

  • English,

Getting There

  • Just south of Dupont ,
  • Close to Bathurst and Dupont Subway Stations ,

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