I have been here twice and both times I have had a pleasant experience. I recommend the buffet, although it is small they constantly are making sure the food is warm and fresh, and I have yet to see them run out of anything. The Nan is freshly baked, piping hot as it just came out of the oven. I give it 4 stars only because nothing I have tried yet has been OVER THE TOP, however I have yet to be disappointed by Indian Cuisine and they will be seeing me as a regular customer. Note that they do deliver.
Outstanding- some of the best Indian food in Boston area. Yes, it s a little dingy from outside, but its warm and cozy inside. Service was excellent, but the FOOD. WOW. Hot onion chutney and tamarind sauce served for dipping, I had to ask what is was because I've only ever had stuff out of a jar, they make their own tamarind sauce...They asked us if we like spicy, we said yes, very much, and we got it hot.
The lamb was incredible, had chicken and lamb tandoori from a sampler plate- they have a clay oven back there or they found a way to make food that tastes EXACTLY like it came out of one :). I don't like lamb as a rule, but I will eat it here.
had one of the specials, chicken muttar that was by turns, sweet, savory and super hot, it came on you in stages, it was delicious.
Samosas were perfect, potatoes light and fluffy inside. This is GREAT Punjabi/Gujarat cooking, deserves a Zagat rating at the very least. I have eaten in hundreds of Indian restaurants; this one is right up there.
It's as good, it its own way, as Sichaun Gourmet, right down the street. I could eat at either place every day- I'd be broke, the size of a house and very, very happy.
Cannot emphasize enough how friendly and courteous our server (possibly one of the owners) was. We made her giggle and she brought us free dessert.
One large appetizer, one entry and naan (and Flying Horse beer, of course!) was enough for two people and leftovers(we fought over who got to eat the muttar next day:))- ~$40. This place is worth a visit. It is truly a gem.
The lunch buffet is a reasonably priced affair for okay Indian food. Having eaten there a lot, I think they tend to make the same dishes all the time. In fact, I stopped eating there for a long time as a nearby Indian restaurant offers a better selection. This is a decent place, but things can tend to taste the same. I don't know how it is to order off the menu / have dinner there.
Out of all the restaurants in this area this one gives you the best value. I would not call the food great but the overall quality and taste of food is good. I always end up going to Welcome whenever I want to go for Indian Buffet. The make the bread fresh for you. Plain Paratha is my favourite.
I love Indian food and have eaten at a few area restaurants, but this one is by far the best. You are asked what level of heat you prefer and that's the way you'll get it. We used to go to another Indian restaurant nearby but I like this one better. Servers are very nice as well. One very good sign is that Indian people eat here, too, unlike a few others we've been to. This place used to be a diner, I think, and the parking isn't great but it's worth minor hassles for the food.
Welcome India is a deliciously tiny restaurant right off of the side of Rt. 9 over by FSC. It's parking lot is tiny and cramped, and the building itself doesn't exude much cheer, but once you're inside all is delightful! The food is always good there and the place is spotlessly clean. While the waiters (all male) don't speak English that well, they can get you exactly what you need, and are always polite. My favorite dishes include the chicken biryani, chicken tikka, and as always, the ras malai and kheer for dessert. Keep in mind almost everything on the menu is delicious, be adventurous! I highly recommend the mango lassi as well, if you like fruity drinks. Their selection of wine is nice with dinner.
Overall, while a tad on the pricey side, I'd give this place a 9/10 for good food, as that in my opinion, is the most important factor. Have a good time, enjoy!
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