Where’s the Beef?

Our vegetarian meals are truly so tasty you might not even noticed it, but Lotus does not serve any beef dishes. It’s true, in India cows are considered sacred animals, a tradition that comes from striving to live in harmony with the land. We at Lotus also have this reverence for cows, and so we…

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FOODIES VOTE AT ZAGAT!

$10 off your next meal from Zagat Zagat is calling foodies to vote on favorite restaurants! They promise you ten bucks for food (using the “Cover” app). Review just 12 restaurants and get Zagat’s 2015 Top Restaurants guide as well. On top of that, by giving a review you earn rewards and a chance at…

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Urgent Advice about Food Allergies

The number of Americans affected by food allergies is getting higher every year. Here at Lotus our staff has been made allergy aware. We know that food allergies can be a potentially serious medical condition. We believe that everyone should have a wonderful dining experience with us, so we are doing what we can to…

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Help Nepal Now!

During the month of May 2015 a portion of proceeds at all three Lotus locations in Marin County will go to Khalsa Aid to pay for food relief for victims of the earthquake in Nepal. We also encourage you to help Nepal but contributing directly to Khalsa Aid online: www.khalsaaid.org/ www.facebook.com/khalsaaidusa

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INDIA REPUBLIC DAY

  India Republic Day is celebrated every January 26 to mark coming into force of Indian constitution. It is one of three national holidays in India. The main Republic Day celebration is held in the national capital, New Delhi with great pomp, fanfare and pageant. The Republic Day celebrations of India have rightly become world…

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