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Photos: Namaste India now open in Arvada

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Namaste India opened last month in an Arvada strip mall. While the location is nothing special, the massive menu definitely is, with a full lineup of authentic Indian cuisine...and yak! But while the number of offerings is reminiscent of Namaste in Lakewood, a longtime Indian favorite, there's no connection between the two restaurants.

Keep reading for more photos of Namaste India in Arvada.

See also: - Namaste in Lakewood creates veggie-friendly dishes for every palate - Best Indian Restaurant 2013: India's Restaurant - Best Indian Restaurant 2012: Jai Ho


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