Hi Hungry Folks! Welcome to Namaste India! Namaste is an old Sanskrit word used in today's India as a polite greeting form like welcome in English. What it actually means is I bow to the god in you. When saying Namaste, we bow our head and hold our hands together in front of us like in front of a god or God expressing our respect. Our business concept is based on this respect to the customer. Restaurant customers want to eat and drink at a nice and clean place, consume good food at reasonable prices served by a friendly staff. And we respectfully provide all this to our customers. Please give us a chance to prove it. Check our menu, chose your dish or dishes, place your order either by coming to Namaste India to dine in or by calling us for Take away, Home Delivery and/or Outdoor Catering. We serve both North and South Indian food and tasty tandoori dishes. Spicy and not spicy as well. Ready? Hungry? Try us! Respectfuly, The Management
North Indian Food
Food in the north India, to begin with, Kashmiri cuisines reflect strong Central Asian influences. In Kashmir, mostly all the dishes are prepared around the main course of rice found abundantly in the beautiful valley. Another delicious item cooked here is the 'Saag' that is prepared with a green leafy vegetable known as the 'Hak'. But on the other hand states like the Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh show high consumption of chapatis as staple food. Again, these chapatis are prepared with a variety of flours such as wheat, rice, maida, besan etc. Besides chapatis other closely related breads baked in these regions include Tandoori, Rumaali and Naan etc. However in the northern region impact of Mughlai food is quite obvious.
South Indian Food
In the southern India, the states make great use of spices, fishes and coconuts, as most of them have coastal kitchens. In the foods of Tamil Nadu use of tamarind is frequently made in order to impart sourness to the dishes. It simply distinguishes the Tamil Food from other cuisines. The cooking style of Andhra Pradesh is supposed to make excessive use of chilies, which is obviously to improve the taste of the dishes. In Kerala, some of the delicious dishes are thelamb stew and appams, Malabar fried prawns, Idlis, Dosas, fish molie and rice puttu. Another famous item of this region is the sweetened coconut milk. Yet another dish is Puttu, which is glutinous rice powder steamed like a pudding in a bamboo shoot.