Naam

There is no way that I wouldn’t come back to Naam even when it is all the way in Kitsilano. I’m not a vegetarian but this is a must go to place in Vancouver for everyone, not to mention that it is opened 24 hours. Last time I went I had to line up for 20 minutes for dinner and it was so worth the wait, however waiting in line is never fun so I went at around 5pm today. We got a comfortable corner in the restaurant with a window next to us and sofa chairs, however we didn’t like how the flies flew from the outside.

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I was craving for “The Naam Bowl (CAD10.25) I had last time with carrot, beetroot, broccoli, cauliflower, tofu, organic alfalfa sprouts, wakame, peanut sauce, seaweed, brown rice and miso gravy. I smiled when I saw the bowl of goodness placed in front of me with assorted colours of healthiness gleaming in front of me. The miso gravy has a strong flavour to it so mixing all the veggies with the bottom of the rice and miso gravy would be better and easier to eat instead of eating it layer by layer.  

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My boyfriend ordered the “Thai Bowl (CAD11.75) and I could barely taste the coconut curry sauce mixed in with the beetroot, organic alfafal sprout, carrots, caulliflower, broccoli, tofu, fresh cilantro, and rice. 

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