Newa Chopstix | Asian Fusion
“Addictive Asian Fusion food where herbs and spices play the most important role. The Himalayas meet the Caribbean gathering flavours along the way.”
Newa Chopstix offers blends of exotic chilies, mouthwatering ginger, and authentic cultural sauces. Every dish awakens your tastebuds to irresistible new flavors and sensations.
They offer generous portions at affordable prices with combinations of Asian cuisine from the Himalaya area. A great mix between Nepalese, Indian, Newari, and Indo-Chinese.
Some of the dishes are not for the faint of heart, and your western palate will thank you for expressing a moderate level of spice.
Newa is our personal favorite for Indian cuisine and the best restaurant of its kind to sit and relax.
Newa Chopstix’ authentic tandoori oven adds another level of genuineness to dishes like Chicken Tandoori and Chicken Tikka, and of course, no one can pass up legitimate Naan.
Other house favorites include; Biryani, Mutton and Chicken Korma.
Raman and his entire team created an excellent restaurant with a charming dining room that feels like his home rather than a restaurant.
The staff welcomes you with familiarity and friendliness that makes you feel like long time friends.
They offer valet and secured parking, give them a call in advance so they can open the gate.
Newa Chopstix | Philipsburg, Sint Maarten, easy overview:
Unique We Are! SXM Special
Ask for the “We Are SXM” dinner special
Pricing from – to
Between $25.00 to $100.00 p.p. Group rates available.
Monday 10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Tuesday – Thursday 11 a.m. till 9:30 p.m.
Friday – Sunday 10:30 a.m. till 10 p.m.
Address & Location
#92 Front Street, Royal Palm Plaza, Philipsburg
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Our all-time favorite Indian restaurant on St. Maarten. And they don't only have Indian but also authentic Nepalese, Indo-Chinese and Newari dishes.
Every time again Raman and his team surprises us with their unique flavors.
Just make sure you ask "MODERATE TO NO SPICE" cause this is already on the spicy side for someone not used to spices. For them, moderate is still extremely spicy for our western culture.