Annapurna's World, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Vegan-friendly Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: Annapurna's World

Address: 2201 Silver Ave Se (at Yale, By University Of New Mexico), Albuquerque, Albuquerque (Bernalillo), New Mexico (NM), 87106

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Phone: (505) 262-2424

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1.8 based on 5 ratings
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Vegan-friendly, Lacto, International, Bakery
Food: Food
12/17/2015 10:35 pm

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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10/31/2015 4:26 am

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.

Food: Food
10/04/2015 12:03 am

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.

Food: Food
06/29/2015 2:45 pm

They gave me a "ginger and lemon" drink that cost 4$ and was 90% sugar, more sugary than soda, I am a vegan and haven't had soda in a loooong time but I promise you I am not over-exaggerating. I asked for a refund and they said they don't give refunds, and I asked to talk to the manager, the girl working there said there was no manager. So I asked for coffee to go instead (it was a hot day, but at least coffee tastes ok after it cools down) and they said the espresso machine is down, so even if it was working they're not actually serving coffee, they're serving watered down espresso, and then they said the only other option is hot tea in the middle of a 100f degree day. So I said I was shocked about how they can lie on thier menu about what they are serving, not even cater to actual vegans/ vegitarians who prefer things to have as little sugar in them as possible (I am a 24 year old vegan by choice since beginning highschool when I became an animal rights activist, most of what I eat since then has been dark greens. I am also a graduate of the University of Asheville, NC, on of the most respected colleges in the world for health and wellness) and without asking me to leave she said she was going to call the police, not going to call the police if I didn't leave, she was going to call them because I requested to talk to the manager. Considering the police in this city are notorious for shooting first at any minor problem, this establishment literally threatened my life and my health since I haven't had that much sugar in my system since I was 13. I am really saddened that I would give any establishment that wants to be vegetarian based such a terrible review, but this was the worst, most humiliating experience I ever had in any restaurant. The kids working there were unsupervised, did not appear to be vegan or vegetarian, and seemed to ironically look down on people who were. I was visiting family from the Pacific Palisades, close to L.A., where there are hundreds of authentic, loving vegan restaurants. Because of this place I will do whatever I can to never visit ABQ again.

Food: Food
04/18/2015 10:30 pm

I got the North Indian food sample and I got sick, so so sick. I took my mom and she had the samosa and the soup of the day. My mom threw up right after getting out of the car. Then I threw up 15 minutes later. We both are not very familiar with vegan food but something tasted moldy. Maybe a visit from the health inspector is in need.

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