Much like when you go on a first date and find out they have an Amazon Prime subscription and a pet Collie, from our first trip to Namaaste we knew we’d be seeing more of this place. A local favourite, this Indian restaurant serves a stupidly moreish yogurt and pomegranate tokri chaat, and a lamb and apricot kofta zardaloo we’d pay double its £13.50 price-tag for. Between the exposed brick walls and cream leather banquette seating, it has a bit of a 90s upmarket feel, but with food this good, it’ll work just as well for date night as for dinner when you’ve got family in town who need entertaining.
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