Vegan-friendly
Indian
Juice bar
Delivery

Inexpensive veggie food. Serves desserts and fresh juices on the main floor. Plenty of seating but very limited parking. Free delivery. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-3:00pm.


Venue map for Bharath Restaurant Vasanth Bhavan
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6 Reviews

First Review by Roger

dylanfinol

Points +20

Vegan
08 Sep 2018

Would go again

Overall good experience, portions are big so don’t order too much.

Pros: Lots of tasty vegan options , Bread is soft, Watermelon juice was good

Cons: Was brought a smoothie with milk, asked for none

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danhosk

Points +726

Vegan
27 Dec 2017

great curry

Curry was great. Staff weren’t great on being able to tell what was vegan on the menu. Pretty cheap.

westcornersville

Points +654

Vegan
10 Mar 2016

Decent Place with Good Thali at Lunch

This was a decent vegetarian Indian restaurant. They have a large cheap thali for lunch, and quite a lot of seating. Note that some items are only available at certain times of day (I think they didn't serve dosas at lunch time, for example).

Pros: Good food, Good service, Moderately central location

Cons: Some items not available at lunch

lotustummy

Points +1126

Vegan
08 Aug 2013

ok.. suhk is better

This place was ok. Value was good, food was ok, atmosphere ok ... I just think there are better places in the city. It's nice that it is pure veg - but... Not my favourite

Pros: Thalis are good, reasonable price

Cons: atmosphere lacks

tcascade

Points +206

Vegan
10 Dec 2010

Excellent

Great service. Not sure what I ate, but it was excellent. All their food is vegetarian.

GPS: N 25 16'36.2, E 051 32'19.9

Roger

Points +32

Vegan
23 Oct 2010

Great food

This is an authentic Indian Vegetarian restaurant patronised mainly by Indians. The food is exclusively veggie and although many of the dishes are most likely vegan it is difficult to verify this. Most diners eat with their hands (right hand only if you fancy trying it)but cutlery is provided for westerners. The food is hearty and cheap, budget about 60QAR (£10) for two people. Noisy, covivial atmosphere, no alcohol like most places in Qatar. Parking is a problem, a sensible option is to take one of the city's cheap taxis and ask for the "Crazy Signals" Bharath is diagonally opposite the petrol station.

Pros: Good food, Cheap

Cons: Parking




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