We just finished visiting two of Harvard's Museums and were hungry and I found this place within walking distance, so off we went. It was easy to find and the place was nice and cozy with several patrons already eating. There was a buffet, but since both my husband and I don't eat onion and garlic, we ordered off the menu after speaking with one of the staff.
We got the Sada Dosai and the Paneer Tikka Masala. The portions were "just right", meaning we ate everything and felt content - not full, but not hungry either. The flavor was delicious. I would have loved to try the buffet (a great way to get a feel of a restaurant and their offerings, but that sadly wasn't an option for us). The staff was nice and attentive, but interestingly enough, there must not be many Jains who visit because our server had to go to the back and ask several times on what could be made onion/garlic-free.
Summary: good food (at least what we could eat), though it took a bit of time for it to come out. Somewhat Jain-diet friendly, but it decreases your choices by a lot. I would give them 3.5 "stars" but bumped it up to 4, since the food was good - just the selection could be better and it could have come out faster.
Note: we're not Jains, but their diet is similar to ours and it tends to be very convenient when we go to Indian restaurants. Sadly, not in this case.Pros: good food at good portions
Cons: not much onion/garlic-free food