Namaaste Kitchen, the brainchild of Sabbir Karim, is a theatrical restaurant with an open kitchen where diners can watch their meals being expertly prepared before their eyes. The menu spans across India, from quick and easy street food to an extensive choice of modern and traditional curries, biryanis and a delicious range of gluten-free, vegan and halal options.
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Venue Details & Map
64 ParkwayPrimrose HillLondonNW1 7AH
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
I have now had quite a few other dishes from this place all of them all well above standard.
Streets ahead of other Indian restaurants in the area with a great selection and a speedy delivery service.
Don't even bother trying the others, i already have and they are nowhere near as good.more
Nice place tucked away in Camden. The food is quite simply delicious. It is truly excellent authentic Indian. The gluten free menu is large and gives plenty of choice. The service leaves a little to be desired, the waiter was told I had an allergy to onion and said 'oh no, no onion', then my dish came out topped in onion. Fail. The service was also incredibly slow given we were the only ones...more
News Flash: Plenty of London restaurants are open for business on Boxing Day.
Concerned over starving due to arrival in London on a major holiday I'd booked a dinner reservation at Camden' Town's Namaaste Kitchen. I'd read - somewhere - that they were serving a 6-course tasting menu with Kir Royale, amuse bouche, and food-paired wine tasting and I was in. Never mind that I got it all...more
If you are looking for Indian food in Camden look no further!
This place was really some of the best Indian food I had in London.
I thought everything was fresh and seasoned perfectly.
They have a decent sized menu but they were willing to make us a few things I couldn't find.
It was a lovely atmosphere if you are dining out.
I would go to Red Spice for takeaway however.more
Naamaste Kitchen is certainly not your everyday Indian. The menu is a modern take on your old favorites.
We sampled the Tandoori-Aatish-e-Jingha at £5.50, which in my opinion is quite a lot for 2 prawns. To be fair, they were superb prawns, and I would have been happy with an entire bucket of them. For a main, we tried the Gurda Keema Taka Tak (and even managed to pronounce it correctly upon...more