Where: Webgasse 3, 1060
MON–SUN: 11am–2:30pm & 6pm–11pm
We fall in love with the bright space, the colourful wooden floor, the funky art on the wall by Tex Rubinowitz and Bernd Püribauer and the carefully placed lamps and cushions as soon as we walk into Nam Nam (or, as we fondly call it, the ‘Bobo-Inder’). The family-run restaurant serving North Indian cuisine succeeded in trying to be different from other Indian restaurants by creating a Berlin/London-inspired, modern atmosphere.
The dishes on the menu range from traditional, to more modern adaptations, with a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes. As we are digging into our Tandoori-Mint Chicken and Navratan Korma (vegetable curry with home-made fresh cheese), we can’t help but wonder if the name Nam Nam derives from people trying to say ‘yumm yumm’ with their curry-filled mouths. Don’t miss out on trying one of the home-made Naans – they are delicious and still warm as they are baked in-house in a traditional tandoor oven.
Plus: Nam Nam also offers lunch menus – for 7.50€ they include a soup, rice and Naan.
Tip: If you prefer ordering your Indian treats or have them as take-away, check out Nam Nam Deli and Nam Nam Dabba as well.
Tandoori Mint Chicken = 11.90€
Vegan Thali = 14.50€
Plain Naan = 2.50€
Card acceptance: yes
Photos © Christoph Hofbauer