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Namaste India
Indian Restaurant$$
Today 12:00 – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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151 Queen St Southington, CT 06489
151 Queen StreetUSConnecticutSouthington06489
$$Indian Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Indian Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
South Asian Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 12:00 – 3:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pm
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Cozy restaurant dispensing classic Indian staples plus a lunch buffet in an intimate setting.- Google
"The chicken vindaloo was great with the riesling."
"I say "Namaste' " as in farewell to this purported fine dining establishment."
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Toqeer Awan
in the last week
Taste is terrible, only if they learn how to make chicken tandoori. Chicken was terribly marinated barely any spices. Next time I'd prefer going to place that know how to cook
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Srijit Chandrashekhar Nair
2 years ago
Namaste India was one place were we used to take tasty food for granted even if food was costly compared to other places. Not anymore. Last night we did a to-go order and food was the worst of all time. The papad served was stale and Chicken tikka masala tasted like chicken curry (and chicken pieces were not tikka at all, all regular chicken). Dont know if they are compromising on quality for the ongoing Groupon deals.
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Joe Brock
5 years ago
This is our second trip in the nine days since Namaste opened. The first trip was lunch and it was simply amazing. Fresh, flavorful, spicy, not greasy... all the things good indian food should be. They don't have a liquor license yet so everything is BYOB. Sounded like a perfect situation for a wine tasting so my wife and I rounded up 2 other couples and four bottles of wine and set off. We brought a rielsling, a torrontes, a pinot noir and a merlot. The meal started with Samosa and Samundri Kekra. The Samundri Kekra was awesome! Pairing it with the torrontes was delightful. The flinty taste of the torrontes complimented the sweetness of the crab meat perfectly! The samosa's weren't greasy or overcooked. The sweet raisin(?) sauce they served it with was perfect. Each couple ordered an entree'. We had chicken vindaloo, lamb pasanda and paneer saag. Three words ... Oh my gosh!! Delicious! The chicken vindaloo was great with the riesling. The lamb pasanda was rich and spicy. It went well with the pinot noir. The paneer saag was outstanding. The pinot noir also complemented it well. Something a bit more fruity would have been a better choice for the saag. For dessert we tried the kheer, ras malai and gulab jamun. They were all excellent. The gulab jamun was my favorite. The sauce for the dumplings was exquisite. None of my wine selections paired well with any of the desserts. I would recommend a nice ice wine or a tawny port for the gulab jamun. Also like the wait staff. Raj, our server for both visits is from Nepal. Our waitress was from Colombia. Many of the remaining staff were either indian or pakistani. The multitude of accents made it feel like we were in a marketplace somewhere in India. Six of us ate three appetizers, three entrees, three orders of naan and three desserts. Everyone was pleasantly and comfortably full when we left. Total check before tip was $95. An amazing value considering the quality of the food. Long live Namaste!! Between Namaste, Somewhere in Bangkok and Asado Southington has a happening international restaurant scene!
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Michele Plunkett
a year ago
Another restaurant that goes out of thier ways to please the customers.
Bobby K
11 months ago
Oh how I would LOVE to tell of a delicious, taste bud tantalizing experience... Unfortunately, that is not the case. After an expeditious seating in a half full restaurant, the minutes s l o w l y turned to one half an hour without so much as a glass of water. Aimlessly wandering waiters all the while, many an anxious diner (not just my party) attempting to politely garner attention. There you have it! If you plan on actually eating may I suggest somewhere, anywhere else. I say "Namaste' " as in farewell to this purported fine dining establishment.
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Nick Chapman
3 years ago
Really enjoyed the food and service with my wife. Prices were pretty much that we will probably make this a regular stop instead of only special occasion visit. We had appetizers, entrees, and shared a vat of rice. I don't think we could manage a dessert, although a couple looked really good. Wine prices were fair and the service would have won us over even if the food were worse. Luckily, that wasn't the it gets 5 stars.
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Stacey Lynn Gray
4 years ago
LOVE this place. Awesome food and wonderful staff - very attentive.
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Jose Cyriac
3 years ago
Just average food. not a lot of varieties


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