While you’re thinking about what and where to eat when in the centre, visit Annapurna, a Sanskrit name which literally means “full of food”, but is normally translated as Goddess of the Harvests. In Hinduism Annapurna is a goddess of fertility and the agriculture avatar of the goddess Durga, the inaccessible or the invincible.
Indian, Nepalese and Tibetan cuisine. This restaurant offers 4 menu’s with soups, starters, tandoori dishes, momo, chicken dishes, mutton dishes, fish dishes, various rice preparations, Indian bread, Thali, vegetables, biryani, many varieties of Raita and the traditional Indian desserts.
All these dishes are made in a Tandoor, an oven filled with stones that are heated to 300° with a gas fire. The nan and chapati are baked against the inner wall, the different meats and fish inside the tandoor. Take away dishes are possible or you can stay at the beautiful restaurant. Each table has fresh roses on it, the lighting is beautiful and the service is excellent. And you can eat outdoors in the garden. You will feel wonderful while you are in this restaurant and you will have the best meal ever.
It is easy to find, only five minutes from the Bourse, Anspachlaan or place Saint Catherine. There is also a bus stop in front of the restaurant and the subway and trams are near by.