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Namaste Indian Cuisine

On Valentines' Day, my fiancé and I ate at Namaste. I rarely eat Indian food, so it was treat eating there! We ordered the Valentine's Day Special, which consisted of four main platters. I assumed each platter would be small, but I was totally wrong! Here's some of the food we ate:

Kachumber - tomato, onion, and cucumber salad with lemon and herbs. I liked how the taste of each vegetables and herbs were evened out:

Vegetable Samosas - turnovers filled with potatoes and peas
and I think the the potato patty in the center is aloo tiki:

Left- Assorted Vegetables Grill (cauliflower, red and green peppers, grilled tofu, and parsley) with tofu
Right- Tandoori Chicken:

Naan - Leavened baked flat bread baked in tandoor (baked oven). Its a must have with many meals or just by itself:

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