Indian restaurants in the USA have really improved over the last 5 years and this place in absolutely top drawer. Great Bel Puri and Tandoori Shrimp to die for.
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We drove to Kashmir directly from the airport after a long coast-to-coast to relish some good old Indian food in a relaxed setting. The ambience is rather unique (Lord Krishna playing the flute at Dal Lake) and the portions were huge. Overall, a good experience.
I was visiting Boston with my family and we wanted to eat at an Indian restaurant, as there are none where we live. We ate at Indian restaurants before in DC and KC, but I have to say this one was the best. Delicious food,...More
Got to the Kashmir while looking for shelter from the cold winds and snow. Tables are rather close to each other, but as the restaurant was not full, it was ok. Service was slow and took a while, but we had no rush to go...More
I went for dinner after a conference and my American colleagues were more than impressed with this little Indian place. the surroundings were nice and good ambience. However, I had my doubts from the moment I opened the menu, the choice of indian dishes and...More
Not sure why I always find this issue in an Indian restaurant in US. Staffs are less motivated, Cutleries are not that clean, services are slow etc though they may be service good Indian food. Found the same issues in this one as well. Tried...More
Excellent meal here, but every aspect of the meal was long, from waiting to be greeted (after seating at a table), getting water, getting food, and getting check. For a single diner, it was almost 2 hours! I was glad I had the time to...More
Very good Indian restaurant located on the posh Newberry street. Lot of boutique shops around. Feels very safe even at night. Wide menu. Tasty food.
All of our food was excellent. The tiki masala and the garlic naan were great. They had a good beer list. The only strike against it was very average service, but the food was fantastic.