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Vegetarian Hare Krishna restaurant
A vegetarian, vegan friendly cafeteria operated by the Hare Krishna Temple offering an excellent salad bar and wholesome Indian style hot dishes in a very informal setting adjoining their temple. Inexpensively priced, you can pay by the pound or go for the all-you-can-eat deal.
Info courtesy of Vegetarians in Paradise
on Sep 26 03
(last updated Aug 27 12)
Mark this place closed (permanently).
Most Recent Reviews
the food is great and fresh it's nice place to go anytime alone or with a friends and family i go all the time when i go to Los Angeles from the valley the only thing is the parking is mostly on the street because is tiny,for the restaurant customers but is worthy for the food a lot vegan options and desserts vegan pies(low sugar) and some time cakes.
it's east and west kind of cuisine but with a lot flavor
Pretty decent food, maybe a little too spicy, but filling and probably the best I had on this trip to LA. More of a canteen than a restaurant and maybe some of the food wasn't too fresh on the day I visited, but the smiling service and an interesting group of fellow diners (including numbers of full-on Hare Krishna followers who were, on my visit, planning a web site - pretty cool!) went some of the way to make up for it.
The real joys of this place come from the ethnic shop - conveniently located upstairs, and the adjacent Krishna temple - which is worth a visit (if the whole thing isn't too scary for you).
The location of this restaurant - Culver City - is pretty neat too: a real cowboy-style town.
On arrival we accidently wandered into the local Masons Hall (Govindas is down the little street to the left of the Krishna sign board) - but the chap we met there was very helpful and a real nice guy; he's worth a hello if you have time.
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Down the road to the left of the Krishna sign board.
$$ - average