The food and staff weren’t great. I wouldn’t recommend.
The food was quite good. Most moist chicken tandoori I remember ever having. Nothing we had was unusual in a "foodie" way -- seemed quite traditional -- but it all was very good and the seasonings all fit together nicely. Service was good. The two times I have gone it has not been crowded which probably contributed to being able to enjoy conversation. I am 71, so ambient noise significantly affects my ability to hear clearly. I would be quite happy going back again.
Food was great but the service was just horrible, waiter never came to ask about our food and every time I asked for something he seemed annoyed as if I was asking a favor. It took 10 mins for him to bring me a glass of wine and didn’t bother opening the can of coke for my friend until she had to ask. They need more training and host should be more warm and welcoming and they seemed just over everything.. I used to love this restaurant but I’m not sure if I’ll be back.
Food was good, service was very good.
Very lousy food. This placed used to be my favorite Indian restaurant in Boston. It seems like they had a change of chef.
Everything at Kashmir was as it always is, a dining adventure. Spicy stuff spicy not spicy stuff just delicious.
We had a credit card problem which I hope ends up ok.
Our early dinner was very enjoyable typical Indian food. Service was excellent. The wine list is not notable. The restrooms are terrible and tiny.
The restaurant came very highly recommended, and did not live up to our expectations. But it is a good spot for an intimate dinner while shopping in the area.
The chicken tikka masala, the rice as well as the naan are quite good, although the mixed vegetable curry is not quite what we expected: it is not the usual yellow form that we commonly see.
Delicious food - one of my favorites in Boston. The tandoori stuff is great, though I'm also a huge fan of the range of vegetarian options. Not to be missed if you like Indian!