|Address:||22910 Bothell Everett Hwy, Bothell, WA 98021, USA|
|Working:||11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–2:30PM 11:30AM–3PM 11:30AM–3PM|
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Very good Indian home cooking! Very friendly staff! We are locals and have tried the many restaurants that have previously occupied this location and by far this is one of the best indian home style meals we have had since our time with our friends Indian grandparents when we were living in Australia. My son gave it 2 thumbs up and kudos for spice and size adjusted child friendly meals as a introduction to different types of indian cuisine. The waitress (i couldnt remember her name) was very friendly and explained many of the dishes and pulses to us as well! Will certainly be back for more and to try their buffet!
I have been to quite a few Indian restaurants in the United States and there are but a handful that can come close to Namaste Indian Restaurant in terms of tasty and authentic Indian food. We have tried the buffet, a la carte and takeout dishes and have loved them every time. The variety of dishes, the attention to detail in preparation and the presentation all were really good. We usually come out stuffed with curried goodness by the end of our visit to the buffet. Would love to recommend this place to anyone who wants to try Indian food in the Bothell / MillCreek area.
There was a shockingly small amount of actual chicken in my butter chicken. It was about 85% sauce, which is crazy for the price I paid. Additionally, the woman who took my order made it very clear on my ticket that I wanted 0 spice, she even reassured me while I was paying and showed me the note she made on my order, but it was still spicy enough to make me sweat. I had this problem once before and actually couldnt eat it, but hoped it was a fluke and this time would be different. I think Ill find another Indian restaurant in the area to frequent.
What I liked - Ambience was good Chole Bhatura was good What I did not like - Dosa was not served hot(I wouldnt say it was cold) Coconut Chutney - tasted really really bad Shrimp Briyani - I could not have more than a couple of spoons and had to leave it there as it did not taste good(at least for me) Looking at the quantity left behind the waiter did ask me if I did not like it but did nothing more than that? Did they have the courtesy to ask me why I did not like it or if there was anything wrong with the food? No Will I go back there - No
We have been here twice. The first time we came we thought this everything was awesome. Our food was amazing and the service was great and I wanted to give Namasthe 5 stars. The next time we came here it was not so good. My gf got butter chicken and there were a lot of little bones in it. Also, we both had two entrees, but only received one entrees worth of rice. When we asked for the rice with the 2nd entree they said it would cost extra. We were not too thrilled and are not sure if we will be back.
worst service ever had during the weekend visit to this restaurant. Buffet with empty dishes. Never tried to fill the dishes. Curd Rice served was 3 or 4 days back curd rice and was smelling. When complained, cook came out and tasted and removed the dish from the counter. Biryani was stale. Thats how the restaurant is being maintained. Guys, please be careful when you visit Namaste India. At least even during weekends, they are not serving fresh food. Worst Indian Restaurant ever visited.
I wish i could give it more stars .A very good place if you are looking for Indian restaurant around this area with great variety of dishes in their buffet that tastes great .You should try their Taawa chicken its just amazing .Few other good dishes to try are stuffed mirchi ,vada, fish fingers and the Dum Biryani and the list goes on but just limiting to few here . I being from phoenix felt that their buffets are priced very reasonable for the varieties that are offered .
Went here for an afternoon buffet. They had a wide variety of vegetarian and non vegetarian options all very delicious. Their live appam station is a unique idea. I especially liked their mixed veg manchurian and pomfret fish fry. Another time we had ordered samosas and tea for an event and Im glad to say both were super tasty. Very nice staff and service to add on top of that. Overall a 5 star experience!!
Bhagya Raj G
A must visit restaurant. The food is awesome and fantabulous. The service is also good. If one is missing the real taste of Indian curries, they should visit this one. Mutton curry and garlic naan left me more than satisfied. Specially Fish pulusu & Tawa chicken is also a must try items. Everything there is always so good and they are reasonable in prices and give more quantity than expected.
We ordered chilly chicken and chicken biryani. I think these guys dont what biryani looks like. The biryani that they served us was super dry and rice looks like a stale dry rice which is cooked three four days back with few chicken pieces which were dry too with no gravy. Chilly chicken was okay.No complaints. But biryani was very disappointing. We left whole biryani after tasting.
I love the food over namasthe india, especially the mutton biryani, boneless chicken biryani and the beetroot halwa is the best dessert I had over there, I love the crab masala indian style wow....so yummy I think you wont get the crab every place and even if you get you wont get the best....in namasthe you get the best crab masala, it is the spiciest dish I guess over there...
Excellent place to have a meal, its a first Indian restaurant around bothell which truly caters to its customers taste and they dont mind taking suggestions from the customers & improving their service. It truly shows they care for their clients. Food is amazing with lots of choices, very friendly & welcoming staff.
Im from Hyderabad, India. Literally there are 1000s of Indian restaurants in every nook and cranny here in US, but 4 stars for a Indian restaurant outside India is most generous rating in my book. This is really a delightful experience. Good food, excellent service and reasonable price.
I was Just waiting for the competitor for Ruchi and i see that in Namasthe.. I took my whole team there and we had the buffet its very great i only one thing i dont like with them is cutlery - they need to change the spoons and bowls - they are hygienic but not great - Food is awesome..
Chaat was on par to other offerings on the eastside, albeit a bit more spicy than anticipated for ordering mild (way too spicy for my kids and wife, however I usually order medium or spicy for myself...). Naan was dry and chewy. (My kids usually devour Naan, they hardly touched it)