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Namaste Village (and its twin Namaste Indian) stands out from the crowd as a specialist Indian restaurant. Not only does their Queen’s Road kitchen turn out specific regional delicacies – Punjabi, South Indian, Gujarati, and dishes typical of Bombay – the food is also fully vegetarian, with the vast majority of the dishes also being suitable for those following a gluten-free or vegan diet. Namaste Village also has a nose for the street food trend, offering irresistible food items like samosa chaat, pani puri, and pav bhaji. This top Lakenham player hosted Norwich’s first Indian Street Food Festival, attracting South Asian food fans and the adventurous to their gorgeous restaurant (a repurposed heritage dancehall with a mezzanine gallery running around the dining room) in droves. Even for casual dining, reservations are recommended.
Lovely food but quite pricey. Everything was beautiful and the service was attentive. Restaurant was quiet but it was mid-week so to be expected. Great flavours and quite healthy considering!
Nicely appointed restaurant with a lovely varied menu. Staff were very attentive. All this at a reasonable price too. Our guests from the States really enjoyed their meal.
A fantastic place. Food was so tasty, service was excellent. Although slightly more than I would normally pay for lunch was well worth it. Would throughly recommend