This was a great find. Nestled away behind Boston Common it's located not too far off the beaten track. Service is slick and efficient and the servings large. The quality of food is superb although of note they don't serve alcohol.
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We lucked out and were seated right away on a busy night - New Year's Eve. Their naan was great - both soft and crispy bits, just the way we like them. We wanted to try their pizza but they were not making pizza at...More
Tantric is a beautiful and elegant restaurant that does not serve alcohol, but has a great location and friendly staff. It is still casual, but a dress or jacket would not be out of place. The food was very good with many vegan options. I...More
We had the lunch buffet which was good value and a variety of meat and vegetable dishes. The staff were very attentive. Worth a lunch visit.
We didn't make a reservation (ooops), and when we arrived, it was quite busy. The staff were quite attentive, and let us know several times that they hadn't forgotten about us. Wait time was only about 5 minutes, so hardly a disaster! Apps were Paneer...More
Ate here with my wife and son during parents weekend at his college. Everything was very good, and we go to Indian a lot. We got appetizers and three different entrees, and all were excellent. Service was good also, and prices reasonable. You may need...More
If you are looking for a reasonable Indian meal in Boston, Tantric is a one place you should go. But beware if you are Indian and feel "spicy" is your choice.... Medium spicy Gobi Manchurian was too spicy here for an average Indian. And you...More
After searching for an Indian restaurant close to Tremont St. we zeroed onto this place for our Indian meal of the day. Strangely enough, hardly anybody could give us the directions to either it or the Stuart St. So, made use of the free wifi...More