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Namaaste Kitchen Restaurant


64 Parkway, NW1 7AH London, UK

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Namaaste Kitchen’s speciality is grilling. Thanks to its theatrical open kitchen, diners can see their meal expertly prepared before their very eyes as the restaurant’s team of highly skilled chefs tend to dishes cooking in the tandoor (traditional clay oven), on the sigri (over a coal flame) and on the tawa (a hot iron griddle). These are the three core methods of grilling found in Indian and Pakistani cuisine. Two chef’s table (seating eight) flank the grill area. These tables are ideal for those who want to see all the action in the kitchen.

The restaurant’s chefs go to great lengths to ensure that every meal is perfect. This begins with subtle, complex marinades, the best quality spices and freshly prepared seasonal produce. Namaaste Kitchen’s menu also includes a wonderful, extensive choice of modern and traditional curries and biryanis.

Namaaste Kitchen is a stylish and contemporary space featuring exposed brick walls, American walnut pillars and chic cream leather seating. The bar has an eye-catching ‘wall of lights’ and a natural slate wall. The entire dining room can be booked out for parties of up to 60 people. The two chef’s tables seat a maximum of eight people each.

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Restaurant details

Cost: GBP 13-21

Cuisine type

  • Indian | Asian cuisine
  • Traditional


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Average member rating: 9.8

Food 10.0

Value 10.0

Service 10.0

Ambience 10.0

Toilets 9.0


Namaaste Kitchen (London)

64 Parkway - London - UK

We love Indian food - although often we find that the offerings are pretty much standard everywhere you go (maybe sauces from Patak's jars?). Namaaste Kitchen was much better than we normally experience. The restaurant has very nice ambiance, the servers and owner/manager are very attentive. We aren't big eaters, so passed on starters and naan, but we did have the papadam with three chutneys (mango, mint and tomato), My husband had lamb biryani - it came with a lamb shank, bone tender, which was wonderful. I had the chicken korma which had a chicken thigh instead of cut-up chicken. It, too, was very tender - you really didn't need a knife except to help scoop the sauce on the rice. The portions were not overwhelming - we weren't able to finish them, but there wasn't so much left over we felt obligated to ask for a take-out box. I echo another reviewer's comments that the menu had a lot of items that were different from the standard fare.
Namaaste Kitchen has food and service that I personally believe is better than any of the fancy places in London (Amaya, Benares, etc). It is priced just above high street level, around £25/meal, but is worth it.

Food 10.0

Value 10.0

Service 10.0

Ambience 10.0

Toilets 9.0

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Language Spoken:

  • English

Payment options:

  • Cash

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Latitude: 51.5373
Longitude: -0.1455928


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