Namaste Kitchen

★★★☆☆
  • 1390 North McDowell

    Petaluma, CA 94954

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  • 707-664-9245

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Daily, 11am - 9pm

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There's a lunch buffet I didn't try - but did see a very fresh looking salad of mixed baby greens, cucumbers & tomatoes. The Tulsi salad, which I did order was quite tasty - fresh basil, tomato wedges, avocado & fresh mozzarella (I think it was mozzarella di bufala anyway, it didn't seem like paneer), all tossed in a light vinaigrette. Tulsi, aka, 'holy basil' and in Sanskrit 'the incomparable one' is considered to have medicinal properties. According to Ayurvedic tradition - tulsi is a balancing herb with stress relieving properties. I certainly felt refreshed eating the salad. For our palates, nothing else we sampled was nearly as appetizing or 'health promoting'. The raita had an off putting flavor, unlike the typical cooling refreshing yogurt.cilantro, mint & cucumber combination - the Namaste version seemed more like thickened room temperature milk. The Tikka Masala was rather like an overly sweetened creamy barbeque sauce, the saag paneer - old & tired. None of the other traditional dishes we ordered were notable. I'd go back for the Tulsi Salad only - or perhaps try the buffet.

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★★★☆☆

There's a lunch buffet I didn't try - but did see a very fresh looking salad of mixed baby greens, cucumbers & tomatoes. The Tulsi salad, which I did order was quite tasty - fresh basil, tomato wedges, avocado & fresh mozzarella (I think it was mozzarella di bufala anyway, it didn't seem like paneer), all tossed in a light vinaigrette. Tulsi, aka, 'holy basil' and in Sanskrit 'the incomparable one' is considered to have medicinal properties. According to Ayurvedic tradition - tulsi is a balancing herb with stress relieving properties. I certainly felt refreshed eating the salad. For our palates, nothing else we sampled was nearly as appetizing or 'health promoting'. The raita had an off putting flavor, unlike the typical cooling refreshing yogurt.cilantro, mint & cucumber combination - the Namaste version seemed more like thickened room temperature milk. The Tikka Masala was rather like an overly sweetened creamy barbeque sauce, the saag paneer - old & tired. None of the other traditional dishes we ordered were notable. I'd go back for the Tulsi Salad only - or perhaps try the buffet.

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