As the name indicates we greet you with folded palms, and wish you enter the world of casual dining at our restaurant Namastaey India. Namastaey India has been regaling our customers with the best Indian food for many years.
Daily: 11:00 - 22:00
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Personally, I am a huge fan of those ‘simple dining’ Indian restaurants, which hit the sweet spot between a food court and the expensive fine dining ones in terms of both quality and bang for the buck! Namastey India is a quiet restaurant off the busy Syed Alwi road. The place is bursting with typical Indian décor, colours and light. It is quite a welcoming ambiance, one that makes you feel at home instantly. Right from the Indian flag and colourful painted wall endowing one corner, to the white wash of the rest of restaurant, the comfortable seatings, it brought out a nice neat look.
Browsing through the menu, I realized, that the all vegetarian restaurant has quite an elaborate menu. They start elaborately with soups (from tomato dhania soup to Indian-Chinese manchow soup), starters (veggie kebabs, chaats, salads and raita), to mix of Indian mains, Punjabi, gujarathi, loads of bread options to select from the normal roti’s and naan’s to specialized ones like Kurmi Naan and Rogni Naan, and finally the desserts… What intrigued us was the fact that apart from such an elaborate menu… they also have some specialized thali’s. Overall, a complete menu! Here’s what we tried…
 Bhindi Jaipuri: The Bhindi (Ladies Finger) Jaipuri was quite nice. Well seasoned batter and crispy Bhindi was a great starter.
 Dahi Poori: It was nicely balanced. The curd wasn’t too tangy or too sweet. The puri’s were crisp enough, despite being dipped in the curd. Overall a well put together dish.
 Thali: My hubby dearest was quite excited seeing the Daal Baati Churma Thali, but had to be disappointed when they informed us that it was available only on pre-order. He went instead for the Sunday Special Thali, and was quite happy with the outcome, especially considering the price. It included 5 veggies + daals, 1 dessert, 2 roti’s, rice and buttermilk. Quite filling.
 Yellow Daal tadka: The daal tadka was quite nicely cooked and blended…
 Shaahi Paneer: The Shaahi Paneer gravy was quite delicate to taste, various spices coming up well in the blend of cashews…
 Aalo Paratha: The Aalo paratha was good… not oily and the added tinge of coriander on the top gave it a nice flavour.
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