★★★★ I think this place serves the best Indian food in town. I haven't tried all on the menu but I could testify that Chicken TIkka Masala with Naan is my favourite. I keep coming back for the food. Sometimes I have Chicken Biryani that tasted so good too! What makes it more appealing, is the price, which I would say relatively cheap for Boston Metro.
This place is a part of food court for Super88. I think the rest of the stalls sell Chinese/Korean/Japanese/Thai food. Good place especially for Boston University student! Posted on August 24, 2015
★★★★★ Some friends have been recommending this place to us for a while but we only ate here for the first time last week. The environment is not nice (a food court), but the food is excellent. Parking is relatively easy (Super 88 has its own lot). So far we've had butter chicken, dal gosht, and chicken biryani, and everything's been great. We hope to use this place for catering soon!
NOTE: if you come to the food court and decide to try a dish from another restaurant, make sure to ask about their ingredients. We found that one place's seafood and vegetable soups have broths made with meat (sometimes even pork). Posted on April 21, 2013
★★★★ Food was very good. The owner is an Indian Gujurati guy. I asked him about the meat and he said he gets it from a halal supermarket (don't remember the name). His lamb Biryani was good. Kadhai ghosht was out of this world. Will definitely go again. Posted on August 10, 2012
★★★★★ This is the best Indian place I've been to in Boston (and I've been to quite a few). The items on the menu are a little atypical for Indian food in the US (more Southern Indian). I highly recommend the lamb curry, dosa (Indian crepe), and chicken biryani. Posted on July 9, 2009
NR the resturant is in an enclosed food court in combination with some chinese resturants and others. We were in the mood for a sit down type finer resturant environment, so didnt eat there. Posted on April 16, 2008
★★★★★ Excellent Food. We orderd Chicken Tikka (it was AMAZING), Goat Biryani, Two Naans, Two Veggy Samosas and Two Indian Chais. Total was $31.95... A little expensive but TOTALLY worth every penny! Posted on December 25, 2006
★★★★★ ***** Catering for ifteyaar party was excellent. All the item ordered were very tasty. Mashallah the food was morethan enough for the number of people it was ordered. I highly recommend this place for large parties. Delivery of food was on time and very nicely packed. Jazakallah. Posted on October 24, 2006
★★★★ Ok, BigHalaleater says it right. The Chicken Makhni is real mouth watreing. I have also tried their biryani and its just too good. I would also recommend Chicken Karahi which has a special taste to it. The family who runs the business is awesome. They love to serve Muslims. Posted on October 30, 2005
NR Finally some good Indian-pakistani halal food in Boston.I ordered chikkan tikka masala and lamb biryani, both dishes were excellent and as requested very spicy.It was worth to drive there.This place is highly recommended for those who eat halal only,i confirmed twice with the owner who is Muslim. Posted on August 26, 2005
★★★★ Some amazing Indian-Pakistan food. Located in a food court (Super 88)and serves Halal food. Muslim family runs the show and offers some real good spicy dishes. Chicken Makhni is mouth watering. I also liked their Seekh Kabobs. Posted on July 16, 2005