Kashmir’s moderate prices mean you can taste some of the most exotic flavor combinations imaginable from classic family recipes during both lunch and dinner.
Whether you’re looking for authentic Indian cuisine in Boston, shopping on Newbury, or out with friends, relax and enjoy yourself at Kashmir!
Chicken was under cooked hence the lower grade on food. In the past this was not an issue.
Operating rooms have less light and it ruined the experience.
Excellent food. But the atmosphere inside is not well thought out. The lighting is horrible: bright and hard lighting!
It’s easily fixable by turning the light down and diffusing it. A couple of fake candles on the tables can even improve the mood drastically. The food is truly excellent, which is why I go there. But this place can be so much better with just a little better lighting and mood control. We had a great meal though.
Overall the experience was very good. However when I got to the restaurant my reservation has been canceled after I have been confirmed by OpenTable. I spoke with the manager on duty and he did honor the reservation.
Food was excellent and we are picky eaters. We were humming hum hum good as we eat.
Excellent Indian option in downtown Boston. Good value a-la-Cart menu
I made a review on opentable and when I arrived the restaurant was closed without so much as a note on the door explaining
So terrible we walked out and left. Asked several times to order food and they ignored us. Staff overwhelmed and very tables in the same situation.
We are never disappointed with our visits to Kashmir! The food is consistently excellent and the service is always great. We had apricot naan this meal which was amazing - we've never seen it on a menu before and loved it! The rack of lamb tandoori was also a treat. Thank you for another wonderful meal :)
Not authentic enough.. variety in the menu could be better as well... bar choice is very limited as well..
Decent food, but horrible service. Made a reservation for 9:30 and was rushed through my meal by the waiter. Food was okay, but difficult to enjoy with an anxious waiter hovering. My boyfriend and I were asked to pay the check and leave so they could close 30 minutes before closing.
menu with lots of choices
I love coming here for lunch and get the special. I'm a big fan of korma so, that's what I typically order. Delightful meal, good portions and very fresh food. By far my favorite lunch place in Back Bay!
Best Indian food in Boston. We dine there whenever we’re in the city
The vegetable samosas are the best I've ever had. The naan was especially nice. Our entrees were also good
We came for lunch and were the first guest on a Sunday morning, we had asked for a extra spicy lamb tikimasala which had not once hint of spicy , which was upsetting but the worst part was the lamb tasted old as in cooked the night before and warmed up. I ended up with a terrible upset stomach. I’ve been here before for dinner and hadn’t had a problem but after this lunch experience they really dropped the ball. Won’t be going back can’t risk getting sick again 1star
Been going here for over 20 years. Always enjoyable.
Sent food back it was not great
While the veg appetizers came out before the food the non veg appetizers came with the food. Overall the food was cold. Tandoori platter was tasteless and overdone. Goat/ lamb Rogan Josh was also unexciting. Will not go back.
Best Indian food I ever had! Great service and ambiance.
The restaurant seemed a bit dirty
Location is great!
Server was fine , but seemed exhausted
The food was outstanding - the chicken korma was the best I've had for a while. The poori bread was excellent too.
The best naan in town. Excellent korma dishes. Will come back again.
I used to love this placec, but was surprised how the quality of food and service have dropped significantly. The server missed up our order multiple times, the same dishes I used to love they don't taste the same anymore. I don't think I will be going there anymore.
Food was good, not great. We asked for medium spice but it came as very light in spice. This is a trendy restaurant in a trendy area where food quality was not the priority. But still overall enjoyable.
Best naan bread in Boston. Excellent korma dishes. Do recommend.
Nice dinner, good prices, good food. Ambiance was nice but. I thing special. Great place to take the family for dinner or a date night.
Took too long for the server to take our order. Food was not delicious.
I used to go to Kashmir frequently when I lived in Boston. I haven’t been back in years, and I was very disappointed. The place looks like it hasn’t been renovated (or cleaned) since I left in 2007. The food was mediocre, the menus were dirty and tattered, and the bathrooms were gross. We only stayed to eat because it was late and we were too tired and hungry to find another option.
I won’t be back.
Went with a group of friends. One had somehow never eaten Indian food before. He's now a convert. Nice relaxed place. Friendly service. Food was good. Not epic (as in I wouldn't travel a long way to get there). But it was everything you'll want in a Boston neighborhood restaurant.
Their lunch special is a very good deal. Dinner menus little bit on the expensive side but, considering taste it’s worth trying. Overall it was a great experience. I would love to try it again. First time I tried their lunch special on Friday afternoon Dash I ordered vegetable take a masala. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to go for dinner again the same day. And dinner, however, when I ordered my coffee – I think it was the same gravy and same taste that I tried in lunch. So I’m not sure if they have different taste for different First time I tried their lunch special on Friday afternoon Dash I ordered vegetable tika masala. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to go for dinner again the same day. And dinner, however, when I ordered malai kofta– I think it was the same gravy and same taste that I tried in lunch. Meaning gravy of malai-kofta tasted similar to vegetable tika masala. So I’m not sure if they made different a gravy for Dinner.
Delay in taking our order , restaurant appeared short staffed , appetisers were good. Entrees especially meat was sub standard . Meat was tough and rubbery .
The food was so so. The restrooms were disgusting! Smelled awful!!!!!!
Consistently delicious food and good service. Always a good choice for Ondian food.
Before I start, I am Indian but I don't expect the food to taste like authentic Indian food. But I do expect the food to be generally good, regardless. I ordered lamb kebabs (Boti Kebab), Chicken Tikka Masala and Garlic Naan and Daal.
The Lamb Kebab was so dry and over cooked, it was hard to cut or chew. I barely finished one piece. More over, I asked for the food to be spicy and instead, what I got was mouth burning, tasteless, doused in God knows what spicy seasoning chunks of over cooked meat. Similarly, the Daal was so hot that it was hard to eat. Correctly prepared 'Spicy' Indian food is hot but not unbearable, and it is still full of flavor. My guest asked for chillies on the side and he said it was a $1.50 charge. I don't understand how this place is still in business.
Despite that I gave the cashier my credit card to pay for the entire table, and that my reservation is under my name, the server and the cashier took my friends credit card and basically double charged us, my credit card and his credit card. It took us unnecessary 10 minutes direct if I the double charge. I am upset in the first place that I insisted and explicitly asked them to use my credit card for the entire table, but they went behind my back
You can actually hear your dinner companions speaking at normal volume. Oh — and the food is delicious. That combination is hard to find in Boston, even on a Monday night. I think it's impossible on weekends.
Excellent as always
Not very authentic; flavorless