Naam, The | Restaurant | A vegetarian mecca since the 1970s and a bulwark of groovy Kitsilano. The Naam is known for its miso gravy, grim decor, and indifferent service.
Usage: “I really tapped into the psyche of tofu at The Naam late last night…”
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