Two-Course Indian Meal With Wine For Two (£22) or Four (£41) at Namaste Kerala (Up to 57% Off)
- Southern Indian Cuisine
- Restaurant and takeaway
- Open 7 days a week
- Starter and main course
- Mains include: aloo paneer, and garlic chicken
- Rice side dish each
- Glass of house wine, or soft drink each
- Vegetarian options
Limit 1 per person. Max. group size of 4. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Not valid for takeaway. Must be 18 with valid ID and over for wine option. May swap wine for soft drink. Limited availability Fridays and Saturdays. Original values based on starter up to £5.95; main up to £11.95; rice up to £2.95; glass of wine £3.25. Original values verified 30 July 2012 at 10.09am.
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Harnessing the tastes of South India, Namaste Kerala spice up palates with traditional, family recipes in the heart of Southampton. Those seeking an aromatic dining experience for the senses can begin with a Kochi Bonda (£3.25) or Chicken Pakoda (£2.95). Main courses include Kadala Curry, a tasty mix of chickpeas, spices and coconuts (£5.45), or for meat eaters the Munnar Lamb Curry is a medium heat dish with extra bite (£7.95). Each dish will be accompanied by rice of choice (up to £2.95). Meals are rounded off with a glass of wine, or a soft drink each.
Choose from the following options for a two-course Indian meal with a glass of wine each:
• £41 for four people (Up to 57% off)
I took 9 friends to dinner at Namaste Kerala and we had a wonderful meal. There were loads of more unusual Indian dishes on the menu and I loved their Kerala Meen Kingfish Curry. We'll certainly return another time.
– AnnieLym, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012
The restaurant is subtlety and tastefully decorated and the service has always been very good whenever I’ve visited – this occasion being no exception. Namaste Kerala specialises in the cuisine of Kerala and the rest of southern India. As well as familiar items from a typical Indian menu it offers some unusual treats ...
– Daily Echo, Sep 2010