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Annapurna - New Indian Restaurant in New Hope

I read about this new restaurant in our local newspaper (I'm in NJ). Has anyone been? I can't find much about it on the web, probably because it's so new.

Annapurna is apparently owned and operated by the same people who own Marhaba, the Middle Eastern restaurant across the river in Lambertville.

http://www.annapurnaindianrestaurant.com

http://newhopepa.blogspot.com/2011/06...

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  1. This is my new favorite restaurant, the food is delicious, fresh, clean. It would be a great place to go with a large party, because everyone could try something, and pass it around, then go downstairs to the hooka bar and sit on the river. The restaurant is in the back of the 4 seasons mall, in New Hope. I really have only been for lunch, which is the same menu and prices as for dinner. ****

    1. I'd like to try it, but I wish they had some lunch specials because the prices are a bit steep for lunch (I work in the area). Especially with Indian Garden in Yardley being much more reasonably priced and very delicious.

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      1. re: sadiefox

        Looks like they are only open for lunch on Fridays and weekends during the summer. Maybe that will change after labor day. I agree with you about the pricing. It feels comparable to the pricing to Cross Culture in Doylestown which I have always felt was over priced for the type and quality of food being served.

        I would say it is very nice to see the number of fish dishes on this menu. That isnt as common as one would wish at Indian restaurants, but not suprising given that most indian restaurants in this area are Northern Indian or really Pakistani restaurants.

        1. re: cwdonald

          Speaking of Cross Culture, looks like they are opening a location in Lambertville, where Buho's used to be. I love Indian food and I wish I didn't have to complain about prices, but when there are other good options available in the area that cost less, I can't help it! Their rent is probably high though.

          1. re: sadiefox

            How ironic that the owners of Marhaba would open an Indian restaurant in New Hope only to have someone else open one in their back yard! The new Cross Culture will be the fourth or fifth Indian restaurant to open up recently within easy driving distance (for me).

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