For a taste of something different, you must try Namaste India, at Calle Larga 8-81 y Benigno Malo. The entrance is very modest, with typical Cuencano small café signage out front, but the inside is a delightful surprise. A short hallway opens up into a modern dining area with a dozen or so tables, and a TV showing continuous Bollywood dance clips (thankfully at low volume). The service here was excellent and unobtrusive. Our waitress, Chinnu, was a very warm, accommodating and pleasant woman. Her English was excellent, with an Indian accent. She had been a registered ICU nurse…
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