Na’am in Arabic means yes, but in Na’am Kitchen it also means flavoursome Middle Eastern and North African cuisine. Opened in 2016, Na’am Kitchen was selected as the best Helsinki restaurant by locals and has since opened two other city centre locations. The original Na’am is located in the bohemian Punavuori district and with its pink walls and shiny copper lamps the restaurant has an urban hipster vibe. The €11,90 lunch plate is very good value for the money and includes a fresh and crunchy salad, bread and pastes as well as a vegetarian and meat option. Or try the moist and tasty lamb tagine or the mixed salad with hummus, bulgur and borani spinach.