En­joy the real taste of In­dia

Central Leader - - LIFESTYLE& LEISURE -

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.

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