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New Mission Hill Restaurant Blends Mexican and Pakistani Cuisines

Nachlo, located near the Roxbury Crossing T stop, serves burritos, lamb kofta, and more

A casual restaurant exterior on the ground floor of a brick building has signage that reads “Nachlo: Mexican & Pakistani Cuisine.” There’s also halal signage.
Nachlo
Nachlo/Yelp (by owner)

A restaurant serving a blend of Pakistani and Mexican food has opened its doors on Mission Hill: Nachlo is now open at 1443 Tremont St., Boston, next to Dunkin’ and near the Roxbury Crossing T stop.

The restaurant serves burritos, tacos, quesadillas, and nachos, for which customers can choose among grilled steak or chicken, lamb barbacoa, ground beef, or vegetables, plus shrimp and fish for the tacos. Nachlo also offers dishes such as lamb kofta, chicken biryani, kebabs, and naan, as well as chicken fingers, sides of chips and guac, and desserts like rice pudding and cake. To drink, Nachlo serves chai and Mexican sodas.

Nachlo operates daily from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Its opening adds to the area’s already-growing set of dining options, including fairly recent openings such as Milkweed (a cafe) and a Chilacates location, plus the forthcoming Tavern of Tales board game cafe.

Nachlo [Official Site]

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