Say a gracious hello (for such is the Hindi meaning of Namasté) to Café Spice Namasté and its vibrant take on Indian-influenced pan-Asian cuisine. Set in the heart of the City in Whitechapel, this relaxed restaurant with its vivid colours and Parsee murals is a welcoming, friendly place to grab lunch or take time over dinner. The Ginger Garden, complete with outdoor tandoor oven, offers al fresco dining alongside a mosaic bar.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
Cafe Spice Namaste
16 Prescot StreetLondonE1 8AZ
- +44 (0)20 7488 9242
Top 5 reviews of Cafe Spice Namaste
Just returning from an amazing dinner at Cafe Spice Namaste.
First off, this place was packed at 7:30 pm on a Tuesday night. I had to wait a few minutes before my hostess assigned me a table. The hostess/server has an extremely warm personality and is very friendly! I think her name is Pervin! Pervin, if you ever happen to read this review, thanks a lot for being so nice. 1 star just for... more
Good but not amazing. I'd eat there again, but have had better Indian/Indian fushion. Staff seemed really thrown off when asked about dairy free options which was surprising for Indian. more
I have to be pretty lucky to be on a work trip with a dinner at Cafe Spice Namaste! The organizer of our tour knows Cyrus Todiwala... don't ask me how, but it means that we benefit from that! We happened to have dinner during an event for The Marine Conservation Society and the theme was 'Ode to (the Best of) the Sea'. The staff were very friendly, Cyrus and his wife were making the rounds... more
We loved our lunch here and really enjoyed our time at the restaurant. It is convenient to the tube and located in a beautiful building.
This is a popular spot for business lunches, and we were the only patrons not in suits!
We ordered multiple courses and enjoyed every bit. We enjoyed the Indian inspired flavors to start in cocktail form which was a first for us. They were divine.
I came to this restaurant especially to eat a classic Parsi dish called Lamb Dhaansak, and sadly to say I was so disappointed! It would pass as a lamb curry but NOT a lamb Dhaansak. I've tried this dish several times and so I can confirm this is not it!
It lacked the quantity of lentils required to make that thick consistency which I was so longing for.
On a positive note I ordered the... more