Cafe Lotus Mother’s Day Special

This Mother’s Day order a meal from Cafe Lotus and get a treat! Celebrate with your mom! Order Mother’s Day takeout (minimum $100) from Cafe Lotus and we’ll give you a FREE Bottle of Wine. Contact us at (415) 457-7836 or order online at cafelotus.com. Happy Mother’s Day! “A mother’s arms are more comforting than…

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Cafe Lotus Temporary Business Hours

During Shelter-In-Place we are operating with shorter business hours. Cafe Lotus and the rest of the Lotus Family of Restaurants have temporarily reduced our restaurant opening times. Here are our New Temporary Opening Hours Lunch 11:30 AM – 2:00 PM Dinner 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM During the Shelter-in-Place Public Order period Lotus offers take-out,…

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Cafe Lotus Take-Out and Delivery

Enjoy our Sumptuous Food via Take-Out! Cafe Lotus and the Lotus Family of Restaurants are still open to serve you. You can enjoy our delicious Indian food via Take-Out and Delivery. Our staff is making sure that we are strictly following the local public guidelines and practice safety protocols to protect ourselves and also our…

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Call us or order online!

Dear family and friends, During this uncertain time of Shelter-In-Place, the Lotus Family of Restaurants in Marin County is committed to providing our guests healthy nourishing comfort food. Our entire staff is diligent about following all existing and especially the new health and safety standards for the current situation. We know how important it is…

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We Are Open!

Cafe Lotus has got the power! That’s right, WE ARE OPEN! We will remain open during any further power outages thanks to our backup generator. Keeping all the fire evacuees and everyone without power in our prayers. Cash transactions will be highly appreciated because of no internet connectivity. You may contact us at (415) 457-7836.

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Happy Diwali!

Celebrate Diwali with us and Get a FREE Sweet Treat! Diwali is also known as Deepavali. The word ‘Deepavali’ means rows of lighted lamps, a festival of lights, where people light up their houses and their small cup-shaped oil lamps. “Hindus regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen relationships.”…

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