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Annapurna’s® World Vegetarian Café
Vegetarian Restaurant$
Today 7AM–9PM
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2201 Silver Ave SE Albuquerque, NM 87106
2201 Silver Avenue SoutheastUSNew MexicoAlbuquerque87106
$Vegetarian Restaurant, Bakery
Vegetarian Restaurant
Gluten-Free Restaurant
Organic Restaurant
Tea House
Vegan Restaurant
Today 7AM–9PM
Wednesday 7AM–9PMThursday 7AM–9PMFriday 7AM–9PMSaturday 8AM–9PMSunday 10AM–8PMMonday 7AM–9PMTuesday 7AM–9PM

Annapurna’s® World Vegetarian Café is a world-class Vegan~Vegetarian Restaurant with locations in Albuquerque and Santa Fe. We offer homestyle organic vegan food. There are many vegetarian restaurants in the nation, however, what differentiates Annapurna's is our ability to offer Ayurvedic vegan fresh food that is locally grown. Our organic vegan fresh food is offered with spices and vegetarian food that are made fresh daily.

Eating on the go with fast foods can quickly lead to fast food addiction which, in turn, leads to severe imbalance of your physical and mental well-being. Annapurna's World Vegetarian Cafe has the cure to this everyday imbalance. It's known as the "Ayurvedic Way" or most commonly known as "The Science of Life." Most foods target your sweet taste buds and only your sweet taste buds, and this causes your body to crave carbohydrates and sugars. Sattvic, also known as pure food, targets six tastes in every meal- sweet, sour, salty, bitter, astringent and pungent. With every plate combining these six tastes, your body receives a balanced and more relaxed feeling with every bite. So when you are looking for an organic Vegan Restaurant with authentic vegetarian native foods, stop and visit Annapurna's World Vegetarian Restaurant at one of our two Vegan Restaurants in Albuquerque or Santa Fe.

Annapurna's offers a sit down restaurant or take-out food with our Car-ma curbside service. So the next time you are in a hurry, you can still eat native foods that are made with organic vegan food at our Albuquerque or Santa Fe Restaurants. it's food that is made fresh daily.

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Local cafe chain serving globally influenced Ayurvedic vegetarian/vegan dishes in a colorful space.- Google
"Try the samosa, ginger cookie and the lavender mint tea."
"The pie fell apart and crumbled to pretty much shredded coconut."
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isaiah alderete
3 weeks ago
Well the food here wasn't anything to die for but it was OK I mean they could do them self's a favor and add more thing to their menu to make it a better choice for ppl to choose what they are in the mood for. with that being said I give this restaurant a two star rating cuz I'm sure with this kind of creativeness they can do better
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Sarah Nicole Henderson
2 months ago
I eat meat regularly and I thought the food was great. I got a veggie burger with masala(sp?) fries and Chipotle sauce. Everything was delicious and hearty. I will definitely come here again.
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Eats Hit
3 months ago
It's terrible that a customer can not have what they want a restaurant that has NO ICE I know it's a whole aravedic thing but to not have ice it's like a place not having water or cups or silverware cause they use chopsticks. Just because you don't like it or don't agree with it doesn't mean you should not have it. . THATS HOW YOU LOSE CUSTOMERS....
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Ashley Rammelsberg
7 months ago
I've been coming here for years, and it's always been delicious. They offer options for everyones diet- vegetarian, vegan, gluten free. The chai is the best in Albuquerque. Their deserts are delicious without being too sweet.
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j d
a month ago
The service is ok but not perfect and food can be really good or sometimes ok. They are one of the only all vegan places in town. A little overpriced.
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Joshua Kim
5 months ago
This place is incredible! Every time I find a vegetarian restaurant the happiness level of my heart goes up by 1. Not only is it vegetarian, it's really good vegetarian. I was actually sick and didn't feel like eating anything, but decided to buy something anyway. So glad I did. It was delicious. Will definitely visit again when I'm in Albuquerque.
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Michelle Contreras
9 months ago
I ordered the soup of the day with gluten free bread. The soup was cold and the bread was bland. I also ordered a slice of coconut pie. This was my first time visiting this restaurant and I was not impressed. The pie fell apart and crumbled to pretty much shredded coconut. For $13 and change, I could of went to the grocery store and bought a bag of coconut and a can of soup and gluten free bread. I an so disappointed. I probably will not return to this restaurant.
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Rajesh K R
9 months ago
The place is not even worthy of a single star. I am an Indian and was looking for indian restaurants around Albuquerque. I was surprised to see a vegetarian cafe list in my search and was eager to visit which I now regret. Never has it happened that I had to leave most of the food on my plate behind after paying insanely for it. The dosa was thick and undercooked that you could see the sticky batter underneath, the masala for the dosa was a mix of all vegetables with a weird mix of spices, the same spice mix was used in all the curry's served whether its the north indian thaali or south indian sampler thaali or idli sambar. Idli's had another story to be told, they were yellow in color and dipped in a sambar(curry) that again had the weird spice mix. The spice mix was overpowering and left a bad aftertaste. It is not in any way a representation of the Indian food. I think if anyone is looking for some indian food its best to skip this place for good. The only saving grace was rice with dal . The other was the realization that my wife cooks way better than whats served here. I didnt dare to order desserts or even Chai (Tea). This is definitely a place i will never visit again.
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Response from the owner - 9 months ago
I guess you would be disappointed if you thought you were going to an Indian restaurant but we are not. We are first and foremost an Ayurvedic vegetarian restaurant offering world flavors, thus the name "world vegetarian cafe". Ayurvedic principles run throughout our menu and we do not serve curry as it doesn't exist in Ayurvedic cooking. Additionally, we focus on organic, gluten-free and other specialty dietary needs. Though we have tried hard to make sure we aren't listed on any boards as an Indian restaurant, we have been unable to completely eradicate the issue.


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