Northborough Crossing Welcomes Kumar’s South Indian Village Cuisine

“Farm-to-table,” “traditional” and “authentic” are just a ways one might use to describe Kumar’s South Indian Village Cuisine, an authentic southern Indian-inspired restaurant franchise. Serving up fresh, organic ingredients and “village” cuisine straight from its south Indian roots, Kumar’s opened its flagship restaurant in Dallas in 2015, and has recently made its way north to Massachusetts, where it opened its doors at Northborough Crossing in October 2019.

Kumar's Appetizers and Beverages

Prepared without food coloring, MSG or pre-packaged ingredients, Kumar’s fare — including farm-raised chicken, fresh meat and live seafood — is delivered to patrons the right way: on a banana leaf! From soups and curries to small plates, plenty of vegan options, sweets and specialty drinks, the menu has something for everyone, and prides itself on quality service to top it all off.

Kumar's Exterior Sign

David Sherin HeadshotOffering customers an authentic Indian dining experience, Kumar’s has proven to be a fantastic addition to the Northborough Crossing merchant lineup," said David Sherin, Senior Leasing Agent. "We've received great feedback from the community in addition to seeing a number of new customers visit the center as a result of Kumar’s opening. The concept provides a beautiful environment paired with a unique and top-notch menu, and we're excited to see it grow.
Kumar's Food on Table 2

Occupying 4,500 SF at Northborough Crossing — an open-air center situated conveniently off the Boston Turnpike — Kumar's joins a host of competitive key retailers including Wegmans, TJ Maxx, Kohl’s, Old Navy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, BJ’S Wholesale Club, PetSmart, and Michaels

Kumar's Food on Table 3

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