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 ParkwayLondonNW1 7AH
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
Top 5 reviews of Namaaste Kitchen
It's a OK indian restaurant. Not the best in london of course but also not that bad considering there are a lot of traps in Camden. If you are a nearby and you want Indian food, it's a fair choice. We tried Chicken Tikka, Vegetables and a couple of naan/rice. Food was overall OK. The cheese naan was just a naan with Cream cheese on it. more
Overall a good visit. Got a couple tikkas, one better than the other, but both were top-notch. The lababdar chicken tikka was quite possibly the best Indian dish I've had in London on my trips here.
The service was QUITE slow, taking about 45 minutes from ordering to getting our food. In those 45 minutes total, one other table was served dinner, and one table got their appetizers. So, we... 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
My Indian food experience has been relatively limited, as I've only had fair to good Indian food in Seattle (and good to great in Vancouver, BC.) But this place really blew me away. I was uber surprised to see only one review.
My bf grew up in different parts of London, Camdentown being one of his favorite neighborhoods. I was excited to try something new...something that I never had before,... 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