Parmjit Singh, owner of the Quality India Restaurant is one of the few businessmen to withstand the transformation of Kenmore Square. He remembers late-night revelers emerging from the famed Rathskeller club and causing a ruckus. He appreciates that the square now draws families and that he no longer frets about vandalism. Originally from Punjab region of India, Singh opened his restaurant in 1983. His home-style cooking has been applauded by Zagat (in its top-Indian-restaurant category) for eleven years in a row. He hears raves especially for his spinach poori bread and coconut korma dishes from major publications and magazines.
The Boston Globe Magazine
No. 1 Indian Restaurant in Boston
“They should change the name to India Excellence” muse revelers at this Kenmore square Indian “Extravaganza”, its “definitive” “variety” topped off by an “unusually good beer selection”, all priced competitively and “served with speed and a smile” in “no-nonsense” digs; it’s “perfect for time and money strapped students”, though even those who can afford to be discerning wax dreamy about “being buried in a sea of saag panir.”
By Zagat Survey