UPDATE: Namaste has revamped their menu and added more than a few new vegan dishes (clearly labeled) with unusual flair. For example more than a few dishes seem to be more Chinese or Caribbean than South Asian.
I came here for lunch and had a "roti wrap" ($7) which was delicious and perfectly-priced for the size of the dish. It was a whole wheat wrap/roti filled with tofu, black chickpeas, onions and a variety of spices, as well as fresh cabbage and tomatoes. The dish is nicely spicy and feels both substantial, but healthy (I love that Namaste offers whole wheat and brown rice).
The service is friendly, but slow. Expect to wait a while for your meal.
Dinner prices are about double lunch prices, and the menus are extremely different as well. While I want to try some of their dinner dishes, the prices seem too high to justify (unless their portion sizes are huge, which I doubt they are, based on my past experiences).
All in all, Namaste is a great lunch spot and maybe a decent dinner one. The food and flavors here are fresh and unusual. Their chai (and large tea selection) is still easily the best in the Twin Cities and puts to shame places like Spyhouse and Tea Garden.
Previous review: Namaste now has outdoor seating and wine. It can get really hot if you're sitting inside during the summer (they don't have a/c), so keep that in mind. I still think it's overpriced, especially for the tiny portions they give you, but the flavors are fresh and light and they've improved the taste quality. Their chai is still the best in the Midwest. They have one excellent vegan dessert, the "carrots in coconut cream" which is deliciously sweet, smooth and creamy. Amazing, unusual flavors. Unfortunately, they only occasionally have the ingredients for it.