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Mr India Restaurant

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Experience Authentic Indian Cuisine

Mr India Restaurant in Newburyport, Massachusetts serves modern Nepali/Himalayan Indian cuisine anchored on recipes dating back 5000 years.

Special herbs and spices are incorporated into each dish, creating healthy and flavorful meals.  Choose your level of spice to suit your taste.  Enjoy delicious Indian cuisine in a traditional and peaceful atmosphere.  Mr. India is a family run business run by Owner/Chef Ganess Bista and managed by Hari Khanal.

Come enjoy dinner at the restaurant or if you prefer to relax at home, let Mr. India deliver a wonderful meal right to your home.  If you live or work in the area and want to treat yourself to a delicious, healthy meal, Mr. India features a lunch buffet every day from 11:30  AM – 3 PM.

Are you planning an event?  Mr. India can accommodate large private functions at the restaurant but is also available to provide catering services for offsite events as well.  Come experience Best of Newburyport Indian Cuisine and friendly attentive service !

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Mr India Restaurant

140 High Street
Newburyport , MA 01950
(978) 465-8600

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