Probably the only Northern Indian restaurant in TTDI, Namaste has been known to serve some really good food, especially their Briyani rice.

Nice atmosphere - quite spacious and clean. Service, on the other hand, can be improved (in terms of the English language).

Few of us decided to share Special Hydrabad Mutton Briyani - Rice & Lamb cooked with spices (RM16.90) - very tasty. The mutton is so tender that it just slides off the bone easily. Plus, the rice is quite a lot so it might be better if shared between 2-3 people. This dish also comes with a bowl of curry and a bowl of cucumber salad (shown below, with the naan). This meal definitely get two thumbs up from me!

We also had Garlic Butter Cheese Naan (RM6.90), which comes in a basket of 3 slices. Probably one the the lightest items on the menu, the naan is absolutely delicious - the garlic and cheese give the naan a very authentic taste. The naan bread itself is not too thick which is perfect if you're looking to have a light meal for lunch.

One of the ala-carte dishes, Alu Gobi is a combination of cauliflower and potatoes, cooked with masala. Very tasty - the gravy is thick and the cauliflower is not overcooked. This is perfect if you're vegetarian. The amount is just about enough for 2 people though.

On the whole, Namaste for an Indian Restaurant is pretty good.

Bad Point - it's a bit pricy for Indian food - no matter how delicious.

Suggestion - they could come up with set lunch meals. Since the restaurant is situated in TTDI, many working people come out looking for something reasonably priced to eat and are always on the lookout for set lunch meals.

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