-By Karen Anand
Earlier known as Arch Angel, Namah is a pure-vegetarian restaurant in spite of its embracing of various cuisines. It is an amazing place with fabulous decor. The starters and soups are good. Among Indian starters, you may go for Paneer Banjara Kebab, Stuffed Tandoori Mushroom and Rajma Tikki Satay with Spring Onion Dip. If Chinese is what interests you, Crispy Fried Baby Corn Schezwan Style and Vegetable Manchurian Dry are some of the options. Soup lovers have interesting choices like Bombay Curry Soup and Cream of Broccoli Soup. The pastas are cool with choice of sauces like Arrabiata, Aglio Olio e Pepperoncino and Primavera. Besides, there are salad options and Indian and Chinese main course, all vegetarian though.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
One fine day I went Namah with my friends to have some good food and quality time. However, it was all opposite. Ambiance was just an average but seating was quite comfortable and nice.
Coming to the Food, we ordered Paneer Kebab and we got some thing else. We ordered Rajma Tikki Satay with Spring Onion Dip and we again got something else. On asking, they said we are out of the dish. Anyways we had Crispy Fried Baby Corn Schezwan Style, which was only thing I would say was delicious.
Service: it was awful. Staffs were unaware about the dishes they have. They were slow and working lazily.
Not a good experience for me.
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