NAMA is now open on Broad Street!
The name NAMA comes from the word Namaste which means “I bow to the divine in you” or showing respect as you greet someone. The entire design and atmosphere plays off the traditional colors found in Indian culture/sub region and will ultimately create a cozy and warm atmosphere for guests to enjoy.
At NAMA, you’ll find a menu with over 40 items inspired by the Indian street food you may find in larger cities.
Classic curry pots like tikka masala and palak paneer are available with your choice of spice levels.
I highly recommend the tikka masala of course and the cauliflower bezule!
Hours are Tuesday through Sunday from 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
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