|Monday – Friday|
|8:30 am to Noon and Evening 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM|
|Saturday and Sunday|
|8:30 AM – 8:30 PM|
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Menu, Timings and Other details
The cafeteria is open every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, and on select events and festivals. HTW Cafeteria is excited to announce to devotees that the food you love can now be ordered online. You can pay using PayPal, Visa, or MasterCard. Walk-in ordering is also available, as always. Check out the HTW cafeteria menu and order online by clicking the button below.
Order your favorite food from the temple for your private event!! Please provide two weeks advance notice. Please inform us of any Dietary Restrictions like Onion, Garlic, Nuts etc. Sambar, Tomato, and White Chutney are included in Idli and Medu Vada Orders. You have to make your own arrangements, like getting serving spoons, tray stands, cutlery, and plates. The temple cafeteria will NOT deliver - Food has to be picked up from Temple Cafeteria at the allocated timeslot. DISCLAIMER **** The units mentioned and the count of guests in each item is only for guidance based on estimates from Chef to help with your catering order ****
Aap Ki Rasoi
Aap Ki Rasoi is a grocery sponsorship program where we welcome devotees to sponsor groceries for various occasions like birthdays, remembrances, special events etc.
Help us to maintain our community. Even a small sum will help or you can join a group of volunteers.
The present piece of land was located in May 1997 and an offer to purchase the 22 acres for $252,000 was made by the Hindu Temple. The land had to go through probate as it was an estate property and the court approved the sale on Aug 8, 1997. The Board along with Ramesh Kapur (of Kapur and Associates, the architects for the project) designed the preliminary drawings for the temple and came up with 26,000 sq.
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