Dine in or takeaway, Namaste offers up some of the finest Indian in Sydney’s Bondi, just five minutes up Hall Street from the beach. An extensive menu covers all the bases you could wish for – vegetarian and non-vegetarian entrees, mains, rice and biryani dishes, sides, desserts, and even special meals for the little ones. Special deals abound, too, if you’re looking for an affordable option for those indecisive family moments.
Good was great - had simosas, butter chicken and a veggi curry - all were great! BYO wine. Service was good and the food came quickly.
Good is good, service is quite uninspiring but all in all a decent curry
Food was great. Service a little on the slow side
Namaste is careful to cater for all at their Hall Street restaurant. This local Bondi Indian restaurant keeps its veggie and non-veggie options good and separate, with classic papdi chat, paneer tikka masala, and a beefy, so to speak, mixed vegetarian platter for two keeping the green-tongued among us happy. And that’s just for starters. Fans of Indian cuisine in Sydney that can like their spicy meats are advised to opt for either the chef’s tandoori platter or the Namaste Bondi platter, both big enough for sharing among two people.
No meal at Bondi’s Namaste would be complete without some rice, biryani, or Indian bread to mop up all that flavourful sauce. The traditional keema, Kashmiri, or Peshawri naan are particularly good, while a classic Mughal dum biryani mixes boneless, curried meat with fragrant jasmine rice. Seafood fans will be pleased to find a number of specialty dishes making the most of Sydney’s maritime bounty: Namaste’s Panjim fish curry is a traditional Konkan dish, while the fish Malabar takes ling fish and cooks it in a delicious coconut and ginger sauce. Book a table at this Hall Street Indian next time you want a bit of spice and summer in your day.