Nirvana, an epicurean Indian restaurant in Cambridge presents traditional Indian cuisine with a contemporary flair. We boast a lunch buffet, outdoor seating during the warmer months and a full-service bar with craft cocktails that flatter our flavor rich dishes. Our head chef Paramjit Singh hails from Punjab, India where the tandoor method of cooking originated. He brings over 20 years of experience to our kitchen and combines traditional cooking methods with novel ingredients to create innovative meals for our guests. As an 80-seat restaurant on historic Massachusetts Avenue, Nirvana endeavors to promote a transcendent experience through food, drink and great company.
Authentic Nepali and Indian Cuisine.
'Chulo' is a traditional Nepali stove that is made out of mud, used for cooking in rural areas (where sophisticated gas/electric stoves arent prevalent), as well as urban areas (as an alternative oven). Most Nepalis prefer food cooked in a Chulo due to its rich and authentic taste.
A Tandoor is cylindrical clay oven used in North India in which food is cooked over a hot charcoal fire.
House of Tandoor is a fine exotic place where you can find Indian cuisine cooked in a traditional way with exquisite combination of spices.
Come and have the flavor of pure Indian cuisine with us.
At The Treasury, we use freshest ingredients with time-honored scratch preparation. Enter a world of regional Indian cooking where we celebrate the culinary traditions from all over India. Treasurys menu is designed by Celebrity Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi and our chefs prepare everything in house. All items are made from freshest ingredients sourced from local reputed vendors delivered to us daily.
Boston’s South End has rapidly become a culinary destination in its own right. To find the neighborhood’s first Indian restaurant, look for the striking blue and gold windows of MELA on Tremont Street, a unique dining space that has struck a chord with residents here since the day it opened in 2007.