Review of Namaaste Kitchen in Camden by Lady ILD

8 months AGOBrucine FrancisNews & Events

If you’re ever in and around Camden be sure to head over to the award-winning Namaaste Kitchen. This Indian restaurant provides a range of delicious meals created from the freshest ingredients.

Citylicious were privileged to have the opportunity to head over to Naamaste and try some of their mouth-watering dishes.

Tandoori green prawns – Freshly cooked jumbo prawns marinated in mint and dill were not only succulent but full of flavour and taste. Time to put down the knives and forks and use your fingers to get stuck in!

Lucknowi galouti lamb kebabs – Minced lamb blended with herbs and spices, perfect for a starter or someone wanting a light bite. Lightly crispy on the outside with a soft textured meaty centre.

Tandoori salmon – tasty smoked salmon marinated in mint, dill and carom seeds. This was my first time tasting carom seeds also known as Ajwain seeds and it was taste that worked well with the smoky salmon. Alongside fried rice this was a perfect meal.

Peshawari lamb chops –  Served with fresh ginger paste and raw papaya, this dish was nicely presented and looked almost too good to eat.

Cocktail and drinks

-          Talking monkey – This cocktail isn't for the faint-hearted. Strong taste of alcohol with a sweet banana flavour. Ingredients consisted of chocolate vodka, banana liqueur, Kahlua and cream

-          Mango lassi – Fruity and sweet with a strong flavour of mango. Nicely accompanied by a starter of poppadums with mango chutney and mint yoghurt sauce.

This restaurant has a great authentic look and feel with excellent customer service. Staff are attentive, well-mannered and readily available to talk you through the variety of ingredients and dishes.

Thumbs up all round for this restaurat

64 Parkway, Camden Town, London NW1 7AH


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