Annapoorna Gowrishankar

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Sree Annapoorna Sree Gowrishankar
Chain of Restaurants
Industry Restaurant
Genre South Indian Vegetarian Cuisine
Founded Early 1960s
Founder K. Dhamodarasamy Naidu
Headquarters Coimbatore, India
Number of locations
more than 16
Area served
Products Food, Sweets, Snacks
Number of employees
Website Sree Annapoorna Sree Gowrishankar

Sree Annapoorna Sree Gowrishankar is a restaurant chain based out of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India.[1]

The Annapoorna chain was started in the early 1960s by K. Dhamodarasamy Naidu as a catering unit in Kennedy movie theater in R. S. Puram, Coimbatore. Later a coffee house was set up and run by Naidu and his three brothers K. Rangaswamy Naidu, K. Ramaswamy Naidu and K. Lakshmanan. It offered coffee, tea and tiffin items. In 1968, they opened a vegetarian restaurant under the name "Sree Annapoorna". The business grew as more restaurants were opened in many locations in Coimbatore. In 1983, a lodging hotel was opened. Currently the Annapoorna group has more than 16 restaurants in Coimbatore and in other cities of Tamil Nadu. It also operates other businesses like kitchen equipment manufacturing, construction, instant food mix production and bottling beverages.[2][3][4]


Restaurants - Coimbatore

  • R.S.Puram - Arokiaswamy Road
  • Gandhipuram - Cross Cut Road
  • Gandhipuram - Mofussil bus stand
  • Arts College road
  • Cross Cut road - Sri Lakshmi Complex
  • Mettupalayam road -(Near TVS)
  • Saibaba Colony (Off NSR Road)
  • Raja Street
  • Avarampalayam Road
  • Poornas
  • Hope College Junction with Avinashi Road
  • People's Park - Arts College Road
  • Big Bazzar Street
  • Avinashi Road
  • Nanjundapuram Road
  • Thudiyalur - MTP Road
  • Ganapathy - Sathy road
  • Peelamedu - Fun republic Mall

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Narayanan, R. Y (16 December 2002). "Entertaining guests at short notice — Without sweating it out in the kitchen". Business Line. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
  2. ^ ANTHIKAD-CHHIBBER, MINI. "South side story". The Hindu. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
  3. ^ Ramanujam, TCA (2 August 2003). "A recipe that didn't cook up". Business Line. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
  4. ^ "Doyen of hospitality industry dead". The Hindu. 22 November 2006. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 

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