Namaste India Clay Oven
- 77% from 13 reviews
- +48 (22) 6357766
- Namaste India Clay Oven
- ul. Piwna 12/14
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Indian food is not well represented in Poland, and Poles decidedly lukewarm about Asian cooking in general, but with the increasing number of foreigners settling in the city, it was only a matter of time before a quality curry house opened. Namaste offers all the old favourites - tikka, tandoori and naan bread, but where it really stands out is in the great choice of side dishes and vegetarian meals. The Dum Bhindi is a bit of a find, and dig around in the menu for some of their 'Dosa' meals and you will certainly not be disappointed. It's good to see the full range of Indian cooking finally being offered in Warsaw, not just the crowd-pleasers. Namaste!
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Ashok Mehtani from United States Reply
I think quality has gone down and so the portions,Was not impressed at all,all food is polishanised.
magdalena from Poland Reply
i like it very much food and service
Ryan from United Kingdom Reply
Ive lived here now for just over a year and after a long hard search I have finally found an excellent Indian restaurant as I felt that was missing for Warsaw! I have been there several times and shall be returning many more times in the future!
aysha from Belgium Reply
good old indian cusine, reminds me of the places in UK. I agree the service could be quicker but the quality was worth a wait
Kasie from Poland Reply
was searching for a good Indian restaurant in Warsaw. Have gone to many of them but definitely Namaste is the best one! Will always go back there when I feel like Indian food!!!!
Alicja from Poland Reply
I had a good fish curry at this restaurant and thought it was very good.
Richard from United Kingdom Reply
To be fair, I thought this was a very good Indian restaurant, and it's in the heart of the old town. The surroundings are very nice. The staff were friendly. There was an electronic device on each table so you could call the waiter over or ask for your bill. The poppadoms were traditionally made and of good quality, the naan bread was excellent, the onion bhajis were good too. For the main course I had one of the speciality dishes with beef and Southern Indian Spices. It was an excellent dish. I would go back to this restaurant or try one of the other two that are found in the city.
Milton from Sweden Reply
DON'T EAT HERE, we waited over 90 minutes for the food. When we finally got our meal they had forgotten a starter, a main dish, rice, bread, a couple of drinks. The food wasn't very good and compared to other places nearby in Warsaw; pretty expensive. The worst restaurant restaurant experience in a long time.
David from United Kingdom Reply
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Deepak Malhotra from United States Reply
Stunningly good food (superb authentic kebabs!) served up by some of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. I can't wait to go back!
tos from Poland Reply
Not been here yet, but if it's anything like namaste on nowogrodzka I definately won't be. Sorry chaps but it ain't what it used to be. They should've kept the plastic plates and the good food. Now there are nice plates,furniture etc. but the food is definately lacking.
ShS from United States Reply
good curry. thank you.
CarlMarx from United Kingdom Reply
It's not often you find tasty Indian food out of the UK, but here the food was brilliant. Haven't been to this new restaurant, but if the take-away on Nowograodzki has anything to go by, I'm going down there sooN!