6329 4870
Namaste India restaurant serves vegetarian Indian food, including a range of appetizers, curries and naan. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Signature Dishes
Roti John Thosai
Review (10)
Level4 2012-10-10
I visited little India few weeks back & stopped at my favourite restaurant ' Namaste India', I thought of having a light dinner there, so I took a seat outside & flipped through the menu & finally ordered for a puri Bhaji. Puri is a deep fried prata & Bhaji is a potato & peas curry. I had asked for it not to be made to spicy. It was served hot & was medium spicy. It has 50% ease & 50% potatoes. The curry is coconut based. The combination of Puri & bhaji is great & a must try at Namsate India. The price of the dish is about 4-5 $. IT is quite a filling meal on its own. continue reading
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Level3 2012-07-30
My Wife & I went to Namaste India for a veg dinner, since we have been there before. We quickly ordered for a Veg Korma & some aloo parata which is a potato stuff prata. The Veg Kofta was great, it was a thick creamy gravy made with cream & cashew nut paste, it was rich. It had veggies like green peas, potato, carrot, cauli flower & french beans. It wasn't too spicy. It went perfectly with the aloo (potato) Prata. We enjoyed our veg meal at Namaste India. continue reading
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Level3 2012-05-03
It was a nice Sunday evening and we were relaxing at home watching Television, when my hubby came up with the idea to go to Mustafa for some shopping. So we got ready and set off enjoying our MRT ride to Farrer Park. We shopped for groceries and other items and then by the time we finished it was past 8.00pm. So we decided to walk to Namastaey India for some Thali meal since we were really very hungry. When we arrived we were shown our tables and then the waiter gave us the Menu card to select our food. We looked through the whole menu and then we selected 3 thali's. Hubby chose the Punjabi Set Thali, while our son said he wanted to try the Namaste India Set Thali and I chose the Jain Thali for myself. For drinks we ordered Strawberry Lassi and Mango Lassi. Our thali's were brought to us in a very short ttime and we began to enjoy our food. The dals and the naans were yummy and very delicoius and so were the Paneer dish. Each Thali had a unique preparation of Daals, Panner, Raita and vegetable along with some papad and pickle. We really enjoyed our meal and then sipped our lassi. We liked the Mango Lassi more than the Starwberry lassi.I would surely recommend Namastaey India to my friends who love Thali meals since their food is yummy and delicious. continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-27
I received a couple of dining vouchers from a friend for my birthday, one of them was for Namaste India. I have heard about this restaurant but it was my very first experience dining here. I called a day in advance to make reservations for lunch; as it was stated on the vouchers. I expected the place to be packed; being a public holiday (chinese new year). However, it was empty! the restaurant was also pretty small; probably the size of a master bed room or slightly bigger.The waiters were really friendly though and showed us to our table. Interior wise, was pretty acceptable as there were warm fluorescent lights. My vouchers entitled us for set lunches which included rice/biryani and aloo gobi or a mushroom dish. My friends and I decided to get a different main/side each so as to be able to have a go at everything My biryani was served piping hot. However, I found it to be really dry. Also, it was supposed to be dum biryani but tasted more like rice with a lot of spices ): 3/5The mushroom dish was soaked in gravy and was actually more yummy then it looked! From my experience with cooking, I always found it hard to give mushrooms just the right amount of flavoring 4/5The Aloo Gobi (potatoes & cauliflower) was definitely my favorite dish of the meal. It came with alot of gravy (slightly salty; tastes almost like soya sauce! lol); which I preferred compared to the extremely dried version served at other restaurants. The cauliflower was well cooked and the sauce complimented the dish! 4/5We wanted to have Gulub Jamun with ice cream for dessert. Yes you heard me right! We got really excited when we saw it listed on the menu! Unfortunately, the waiter explained that their ice cream was melted :/ no idea how that's possible seeing that we arrived for lunch at 3pm, was after the restaurant was opened. Slightly disappointed about that but may return to try that dessert as I've never seen it anywhere else!The food here was pretty mild hence people who can't take spicy food would appreciate eating here! continue reading
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