So that means the first few meals in Melbourne have a lot to live up to! I thought I'd try Nama Nama for lunch as I thought it would be comforting and good for the lonely soul.
It was busy and I had to wait for a space to sit. After about 10 minutes I went to the back table in the room by itself to share a table with 3 hip young things. I busied myself with my Kindle and at the same time opened myself to learning about their coursework deadlines, relationship issues, recent dating experiences all those things I now have to live vicariously through others.
Taste wise it was a great combination. Maybe a touch of a sweet relish could give it another dimension. It was $7 though and I'm not sure 4 bites is worth $7. Certainly I could not just have one of those for lunch. It wouldn't touch the sides! However as an entree it's great. Maybe the solution is not to think of it as the equivalent to a sandwich for lunch but as a dinner entree,