How It Began

Namaste sometimes spoken as namaskar and namaskaram, is a customary, form of Indian greeting. In the contemporary era, it is found on the Indian subcontinent. Namaste Bengal is founded by Jay, a British Bangladeshi entrepreneur, who's passion is cooking and experimenting with various flavours. He started cooking while in his early teens (training in some of the best restaurants in Leeds & Manchester). Namaste Bengal features an authentic Indian cuisine with more than 100 items to choose from mild to the wildly pungent. "People are often astounded and say they have never tasted food like this before. I tell them they are right. I have created this unique menu from scratch and so they won’t have tasted food like this anywhere before!"

Our Passion

Our passion is a contemporary restaurant offering dining experiences to satisfy all aspects of fine cuisine: wine selection, service, ambiance and atmosphere. Our menu reflects the diversity of India, steeped in the classics while offering deft touches of modernity. Our wine programs are constructed to pique the interest of the novice yet be alluring to the enthusiast and to focus on regions that best compliment our cuisine. Our service style emphasizes hospitality with knowledgeable, technically proficient staff who are present yet unobtrusive. The result is a vibrant and trendsetting scene, full of energy and sophistication. Namaste Bengal is a place of gathering, a place of celebration, a place for business and a place for pleasure.

Experience Our Food

At Namate Bengal, we provide you with many Indian cuisines, we offer a wide range of dishes featuring unique and seductive spices and unusual ingredients prepared by our talented Chef. Choose from our wine list and sit back relax with a glass of wine that will compliment each and every dish you savor.


From the moment you enter our staff will make you feel welcomed and we will always take our guest suggestions to improve and excel while we provide you with the ultimate dining experience you will never forget.