Found ourselves in the Vesterbrogade area tonight, and were pleased we could get into NamNam for dinner around 8pm.
The restaurant does a brisk trade and we were soon at a table inside the quaintly decorated space. Ordering was a challenge because there were so many delicious things. We settled on the chickpea fritters with yogurt sauce, lovely light vegetable morsels bursting with fresh herb flavours; the flying cheese roti, a crepe-like pastry with a luscious spinach, cheese and chilli filling, and the cod ceviche, beautifully fresh fish with lime, chilli, onion and sesame seed seasoning. It was all very tasty, wonderful quality, and enough food for two people with decent appetites, although some people might find the serves small.
The 'signature' monitor cocktail with chilli was excellent - heaps of lime and mint with a great chilli kick. The Asian hold up cocktail was fresh and fruity, sunshine in a glass. Free tap water was also provided on request.
If I were being picky, our table was a bit wonky, our order of Chinese broccoli was forgotten (but not charged) and staff service was on the patchy side. None of that really amounted to much for food prepared and served with care. All up 415 kroner before tip, and well worth it.
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