Modern Indian Cuisine in the South End
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 pink 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.
Mela's take on Indian cuisine is a touch lighter than most, including two spectacular Hot Stone dishes that allow diner's to cook their own food on sizzling hot stones brought to the table. Served with a green salad and a variety of dipping sauces, it's virtually fat free and costs about $25 for two people.
Added by OneWorldCuisine on Sep 24 10 (last updated Sep 24 10)
$$ - average
- Indian (Northern)
- Indian (Southern)