Reviews (4)

First Review by cheesesandwich

Temple is very peaceful - Edit

Peaceful temple

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a true Oasis - Edit

This is one of my best experiences in Boston. I was received graciously, and the food was delightful.

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Hare Krishna - Edit

The food is very buttery

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Probably the greatest secret meal in Boston! - Edit

Every Sunday and Wednesday the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in Boston has a sermon about Krishna, followed by 30-45 minutes to singing and dancing devoted to Krishna, and culminating in probably the best Indian meal you can get in Boston. And it's free! The food is very buttery (sorry, vegans), but not so rich that you feel ill (like every other Indian restaurant). The one problem I think a general audience would have coming here is that it is almost like coming into someone else's house and eating their food. But everyone at the Temple is very warm and welcoming so that shouldn't be a deterrant.

Pros: Excellent food, free food, friendly

Cons: Have to sit through dancing, somewhat awkward, not vegan

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