Enjoy the real taste of India
If you love authentic Indian food, Namaste Express should be the next place you try for a beautiful lunch or dinner.
After opening their takeaway kitchen in Epsom, there was growing demand for the same succulent Indian food in a sit-down restaurant environment.
Since opening the already popular location in Ellerslie December last year, Namaste Express have now opened their third restaurant in Highbrook.
Similar to the franchise’s other restaurants, the new venue is modern, stylish and well presented, while the food is very authentic and set at reasonable prices.
‘‘We really care about quality, " owner and manager Rakesh Chauhan says. Rakesh has over 15 years of industry experience and a diploma in hospitality.
‘‘Our unique point of difference is that our food is never frozen; it’s always beautifully fresh and full of delicious flavours,’’ he says.
The ingredients are sourced from markets and Indian spice shops, and all the meat on offer is ‘halal’.
Expect to receive great service at Namaste Express. They make you feel welcome and are more than happy to provide advice on what to try if you’re after something a bit different.
There’s an excellent range of local and international wines, and the menu features recommended wine matches dishes.
Indian’s ‘best beer’ Kingfisher is on tap and they’ve got a full bar. The special Indian cocktail, Mango Vanilla Lassi, is a delicious mix of lemon, mango, vanilla, yoghurt and pineapple.
For a limited time to celebrate their new opening, they’re offering a lunch special, with a curry, naan, rice, and side salad for only $10. Choose between lemon chicken, succulent lamb, or beef curry.
Namaste Express takes large group bookings for functions or parties, and catering can also be arranged.
Namaste Express: Owner Rakesh Chauhan with chefs and waiters.