Indian people know how to show their love; the Taj Mahal was built by a Mughal emperor in memory of his wife and is widely considered as one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, standing as a symbol of eternal love. Indians show love through their food as well, so let your tummy feel the warm fuzzy feeling of a delicious meal, glass of wine and your choice of dessert at Namaste Bryanston for R65.70.
“Namaste” is a common spoken greeting or salutation originating from the Indian subcontinent. Namaste Bryanston embodies the philosophy of gracing you with food developed from traditional Indian recipes and is the perfect place to provide an intimate and authentic evening for your dining experience. These dishes are rich in flavour and aroma using specially ground spices that ensure a traditional and unforgettable flavour on every plate. The Chef, Mervin Naicker, brings a wealth of experience and a loyal following having worked in some of the most well-known Indian Cuisine restaurants in South Africa. Eating at this stylish restaurant is an experience in itself ensuring a feast for your eyes, with its brightly decorated interior, and a feast for your tummy as well.
This Groupon will invite you to savour the delicious spicy dishes of Namaste Bryanston that will have you daydreaming about the taste of their dishes on your lips for days after. With main meals ranging from mouth-watering meat breyani to tandoori chicken, Namaste Bryanston promises to provide you with an experience to remember. Your main meal will be accompanied by a glass of wine and topped off with one of their delicious desserts. These include the popular Indian dessert cooked with wheat extract ghee and sugar, called “Soji” or, for those who love the basics, fresh fruit salad and ice cream.
You will feel as if you have stepped into inner city Mumbai, without having to dodge the speeding taxis, with the bright sights and scrumptious smells of Namaste Bryanston. You may even decide to build your own symbol of love in Namaste Bryanston’s honour after tasting the divine dishes at this Indian gem.
Food fact: An Indian cook in New Delhi fell madly in love with the design of the Taj Mahal. He decided to draw a life-size replica with henna and donate the proceeds of his painting to a monkey sanctuary. The painting sold for millions of Rupees and the monkeys at the sanctuary were very happy.