South Indian buffet. Love it. Very fresh, tasty and clean. They had duck curry which is not something I usually see at Indian places. Plenty of briyanis and vegetarian options. The red wings are very good! You’ll pay just $15 per person. Worth it for the quality of food offered here.
If you’re finding this place with GPS just note the place faces the Main Street, across from dunkin donuts. Just look for the crowd of Indians waiting to get a table.
Weekend buffet is only $12.95. Quality of
food is pretty good, service is adequate. Pretty good selection of hot and cold foods. Enough variety for both vegetarians and meat eaters. They are under new ownership. Double check your bill when path as we got the correct receipt but when it came time to pay, they punched in another tables bill (which was more money).
Indian food in Cambridge. Not bad. Very little meat in the goat curry though.
Craving some Indian pastries? I’m not sure how many places would have such a thing in the Boston area. This place is in the heart of Burlington and offers pastries as well as traditional Indian dishes.
Chicken Tikka bun:
Each bun is under $3 each. It’s worth it for such a unique snack.
The folks at work come to Guru all the time for Indian food. I am so glad I joined them today. Most of my team are from India so this place had to be good. Take a look at the pics – I was not disappointed!
The menu is light for lunch. Only a few entrees are available. Same goes for the veggie sides. It also comes with rice and nan. For $10 I got the lamb curry with potatoes and peas. The spicy lamb was cooked perfectly. The potatoes and peas were good as well and had a little sweet flavor. Both came with amazing sauce to dip in or eat the rice with. I can’t wait for my next trip to Guru!