About Us

Namasthe Indian Restaurant is one of the world’s most diverse cuisines, characterized by its sophisticated and subtle use of the many spices, vegetables, grains and fruits grown across India. The cuisine of each geographical region includes a wide assortment of dishes and cooking techniques reflecting the varied demographics of the ethnically diverse Indian subcontinent.

India’s religious beliefs and culture have played an influential role in the evolution of its cuisine. Vegetarianism is widely practiced in many Hindu, Buddhist and Jain communities.

India’s unique blend of cuisines evolved through large-scale cultural interactions with neighboring Persia, ancient Greece, Mongols and West Asia. New World foods such as chili peppers, tomatoes, potatoes and squash, introduced by Arab and Portuguese traders during the sixteenth century, and European cooking styles introduced during the colonial period added to the diversity of Indian cuisine.

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Services

CENTRAL LOCATION

Located just west of Interstate 405, Bothell is a great community for commuters and people looking for affordable housing options.

Open 7 Days a week

You're welcomed anytime, at any hour mentioned in the schedule.

FREE PARKING

60 parking spots available in our front yard and nearby. No charge for the parking for all our customers.

CUSTOM EVENTS

The restaurant hosts a variety of organized events.

We are open:

Mon – Fri:
Buffet 11.30 AM – 02.30 PM,
Dinner 05.30 PM – 10.00 PM

Sat & Sun:
Buffet 11.30 AM – 03.00 PM,
Dinner 05.30 PM – 10.00 PM,
To Go Biryani until 11 PM

Contact Us

Located just west of Interstate 405, Bothell is a great community for commuters and people looking for affordable housing options.

History

This city got its start as a logging and farming community, appealing for its meandering Sammamish River and natural beauty. In 1885, David Bothell bought some land and constructed the Bothell Hotel, and soon the surrounding community took his name. A few short years later, the railroad came through, connecting Seattle, Bothell, and Issaquah. This was good for business, and the population spiked. And when the automobile became popular in the 1920s, more and more people moved to Bothell because they could live there and still easily commute to their jobs in Seattle or Everett. Since then, Bothell has grown steadily and remains one of the most popular Seattle suburbs.