2016-03-16 2826 瀏覽
I've been to Namaste once before but I kinda forgot how it was. I had fallen in the habit of just eating at the Indian/Nepalese place in the Queen St cooked food center, because it was cheap and good and close. Recently, however, I attempted to go there and the food center was closed (temporarily), so we went to Namaste as a fallback. Turns out, this place is also cheap and good and close.Vegetable Samosas ($45). The samosas didn't stand out, neither in a good nor in a bad way. Run-of-the-mill s
Overall, I liked the food. Given as I live nearby, I probably will come here again. The prices are extremely reasonable, the setting is nicer than the cooked food center, and the drink selection is much larger than the other place (including draught beer, Nepalese rum, and cocktails). There's not a lot of Indian food in Sheung Wan, so I'm glad I (re)-discovered this place.