Food, Vancouver, Vegetarian

Naam

I have no reason to not 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, not to mention that it is opened 24 hours. Last time I had to line up for 20 minutes for dinner and it was worth the wait. Just to avoid the line up this time, we went a bit earlier. We got a comfortable banquette corner in the restaurant next to the window, but there were so many flies flying around us and our food. Kill them please.

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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 healthy goodness placed in front of me with assorted colours of healthiness thrown in. The miso gravy had a strong flavour so mixing all the veggies with the rice and miso gravy would be better and easier to eat instead of eating it layer by layer.  

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Jacky 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. Easy on the curry next time!

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