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Karmana is a vegan Indian restaurant in Northampton. We went there for lunch and I liked the place, so I’m mentioning it on my blog. The staff is friendly and the food was as good. I like the decorations as well.

Karmana Northampton - outside

Karmana Northampton - interior


I picked three starters instead of a main and I shared some with my husband. I like trying, so the few-starters worked better for me. I picked houmous, the chilli tilly tofu, and roasty herby mushroom. The last two have similar ingredients: tofu and mushrooms, so it was really interesting to see how different these two tasted. I would gladly have both again.


My husband went for a pizza. He likes Calzone and he picked the option with vegan cheese. The alternative would have been with tofu. The pizza was filled with roasted veggies. I tasted it and it was nice, I liked it.


As I mentioned the decor was lovely. I really liked the different drums made into light shades.


Karmana is on 79 Broadmead Av, Northampton, NN3 2RA. There are plenty of on-road parking options nearby.

6 Comment

  1. I quite often prefer a selection of starters to a starter and a main, although you would be surprised at how ‘sniffy’ some restaurants get when I ask for that option!

    I think it is probably that I enjoy the starter, finish it all up and I am then too full to properly appreciate the main course, especially if one is served quite quickly after the other!

    Love the quirky decor too! 🙂

    1. In my experience vegan restaurants are ok with a few starters instead of a main. Usually 3 starters are more expensive than a main, so it shouldn’t be an issue, but who knows they might do that. With new restaurants, I like to try a few different things instead of only 1.

  2. The food looks great! I know much Indian food is already vegetarian, but it’s nice to see vegan options. I think I’d like to try what your husband had, though I’m not sure whether I’d prefer vegan cheese or tofu. Both sound delicious!
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    1. Yes, you are right. Many Indians are vegetarian and the food is very interesting. I like it, if it’s not too spicy.

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