Udupi Bhavan in Nashua?
- whs May 14, 2012 04:54 PM
saw this comment on the Greater Boston board: Our waiter last night (the bald guy) told us Udupi is planning on opening a new place at 295 Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua NH -- a site where we've seen several conventional Indian restaurants come and go. Our waiter says that history worries them, but as we told him, those places were not very good. If Udupi can keep the current quality and service, they should have no problem.
Has anybody else heard about this?
Yes, they'll be there in a couple of weeks, according to the lady who works in an adjacent business. I stopped in for lunch a few days ago, not realizing that the non-vegetarian place it used to be was now closed. Since I love the meat dishes at an Indian restaurant (and that fast-food indian place in the same plaza is pretty lame, i won't waste my money on fast-food Indian when I can get the good stuff just as easily), I can't say I'm thrilled about the change, but I can see that it makes sense to have a veggie indian place in the Nashua area. I guess I'll have to stick to my old favorite Kashmir in Salem, NH when I'l dying for lamb korma!
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Stopped by for lunch today, same menu as the Lowell location with an all you can eat buffet at lunchtime and that also includes a Dosa. Excellent food, hot and tasty and you get a pitcher of water on your table, really good idea wish more restaurants did this. Bright and nice interior, plenty of parking.
295 Daniel Webster Highway (Sun Plaza)
Nashua, NH 03060
http://www.udupibhavan.net/ Sorry but the website is terrible, this was OK in the 1980's
Stopped by for lunch today and the buffet is still good with a nice selection of vegetarian food. Everything was nicely labeled but unfortunately most of them was misspelled. I didn't notice anyone familiar and when I was looking at Udupi Bhavan's website I noticed that all references to the Nashua location was gone so I'm assuming that the restaurant has changed owners. Food was still good.
we stopped by the Nashua location last night for dinner and it was excellent. We had the samosa, rasa vada (lentil donuts in a lentil soup), dosa, chana masala, aloo gobi.
Everything was very good, but the chana masala and the dosa definitely stood out.. We ate way too much food and got out of there for under $40.