Nama (full name: ‘Nama - Artisan Raw Foods’) may not be the cuddliest of vegan eateries – the staff and diners are far too cool for the hugging of trees – but what it lacks in warmth it makes up for in frighteningly good un-cooking. Rice is fashioned from tiny grated kohlrabi (a sweet cabbage); in the must-order ‘sushi’ this is combined with tiny pieces of cashew (for richness) as well as cucumber, avocado and sesame (for authentic flavours); in the Thai coconut curry it’s sprinkled with black sesame seeds and served with a creamy yellow-curry-ish sauce and folds of mandolin-thin pickled fennel. All against an austere yet stylish backdrop (stark white walls; high ceilings, throbbing low beats) that’s more art gallery than restaurant.
110 Talbot Road
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Everything is insanely delicious and filling.
Quite hard to get a table when it's lunch rush. The staff can be a bit disapproving of not understanding where to order.
Only nut and plant based milks on the premises.
Your bill at the end will be extremely expensive.
Unfortunately, you pay for what you get. Which is delicious food that is incredibly good for you.