Boston, MA 02116
Indian restaurant, located on fashionable Newbury Street, has 3 elegant dining halls with authentic antique & modern artifacts from Northern India. Weather permitting, service is available on the outdoor patios open to Newbury Street. Kashmir has been voted "Best of Boston" several times.
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 3:00pm; Dinner: Daily: 3:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
Catering is available for all occations. Includes delivery to full scale. Including tables, chairs, tablecloths, China and waitstaff.
Street parking also available.
Green Line: Hynes Convention Center or Copley T Stop
Beer, Counter Seating, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Kashmir Ratings and Reviews
Good place for Indian and Vegetarian foo ...
Good place for Indian and Vegetarian food. The food was good and had some great flavors and spice. However, the ambiance and service was lacking. If you are looking for good Indian food I would definitely recommend this spot. The restaurant itself though doesn't leave a great impression.
The food was tasty and well prepared, bu ...
The food was tasty and well prepared, but the spicing somewhat watered down. The service was very good, and staff were all friendly and welcoming. The other problem here - which is common among restaurants these days - is that it was intentionally designed to echo sound. Restaurants can choose to minimize sound or echo/amplify it. The latter creates a hubbub of activity. The former makes it easier to have conversations with friends.
This was not the first time we had visit ...
This was not the first time we had visited Kashmir. It is a solid Indian cuisine which is reliable and contains all of the favorites. The medium heat is plenty for most and of course the ever present Kingfisher beer helps it go down.
I'm not an expert on Indian cuisine. Se ...
I'm not an expert on Indian cuisine. Server was patient and helpful and steered me into some great selections. My meal was delicious, spicing was unique and memorable. Highly recommend Kashmir for anyone looking for great food at reasonable cost.
Excellent Indian cuisine, spiciness to o ...
Excellent Indian cuisine, spiciness to order. We generally eat there at least once whenever we make the trek to Boston. Our daughter-in-law is vegetarian, so it is great for her too. I like fire in my food, wife & son are more moderated, but you can request the heat level you want in any dish. They have 3 Indian beers including my favorite Kingfisher.
The food was very good and the service w ...
The food was very good and the service was exceptional. I will certainly go back to Kashmir and recommend it without hesitation. If the weather permits an outside table is a very nice way to spend the evening, great food and plenty of people watching.
You cannot go wrong with Kashmir. The s ...
You cannot go wrong with Kashmir. The service is fast and the food is outstanding. This was our third trip and each time it has been the same quality and service. We prefer sitting outside but couldn't this time due to weather.
We had dinner on Saturday night and sat ...
We had dinner on Saturday night and sat outdoors. The service was attentive and professional. We had Chicken Tiki Marsala, Chicken Tandori and rice briani. The food was fresh and very tasty. The bread (nan) was so good. This is one of the best Indian Restaurant in Boston. I would recommend this restaurant to friends and family
First time with Indian cuisine, but my 1 ...
First time with Indian cuisine, but my 15 y/o wanted to try before our game at Fenway. If taking the T, you should get off at Hynes instead of Copley. Closer to the convention center. Seated promptly, as restaurant was not crowded at 5 pm on a Wednesday. Place started to fill up as we left at 6 pm to walk to Fenway. Server (Sujana R) was friendly and helpful. Several others also attended to our table. Started with Meat Samosas ($6) which were nicely done and flavorful. Condiments were provided (spicy orange chutney, sour item, and mint) and all helped to enhance the taste and flavors. Rogan Josh ($19) was filled with plenty of pieces of lamb, and was quite tasty. Masala dish that my son ordered had less pieces in it, but he loved the flavor. Order of Nan bread ($3.50) had plenty of pieces to share. Overall it was a pleasant experience and we both said we would like to come back and try some other dishes.
Seated outside with huge number of birds ...
Seated outside with huge number of birds. Saw waiter place napkin-wrapped silverware out then birds jump all over the napkin without any subsequent change in the place setting. Once asked to be moved inside, much better dining experience.
I give it high marks for efficiency and ...
I give it high marks for efficiency and for the variety of its menu. Though I am by no means an expert on Indian food, I rather expected that when I ordred "medium" hot I would feel something. Perhaps my palate is jaded, but hot it's not. On the other hand you could eat for several days on the amount of food they pr0vide. If you go, a doggie bag is in your future.
Very nice Indian food, well prepared. We ...
Very nice Indian food, well prepared. We asked for our dishes hot and boy were they hot. Many Indian restaurants tone things down a bit, but the curry and vindaloo were really hot. While we love hot food, next time we will ask for medium hot instead.
Solid Indian cooking!
I was a bit skeptical about Kashmir (there was a strange odor when we sat down, but perhaps that was just from an old mop), but, thankfully, was proved wrong. The service was gracious, the menu had more variety than many Indian restaurants (as well as the classic dishes), and everything we ordered was incredibly delicious. I recommend the salmon cooked in the Tandoor -- outstanding! Go with a group and order family-style so that you can try a little of everything.
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