Chinese Mirch in Boston's Symphony Hall Area Is Now Mumbai Spice
A restaurant near Symphony Hall that combines two types of Asian cuisine has gone through a name change--though it appears to be a similar dining spot.
According to a message from @TheDrewStarr, Chinese Mirch on Mass. Ave. is now Mumbai Spice, with a new sign up (though the old Chinese Mirch sign appears to remain up as well) and the interior seemingly not being renovated at all. As of this weekend, people were already dining in the place, though it is not known whether it was a soft opening or an official opening, and no information on the restaurant can be found anywhere online, except for a licensing board page from the city of Boston indicating that Chinese Mirch has indeed become Mumbai Spice, and that a change of manager has taken place.
As soon as we find out more about Mumbai Spice, we will post an update here.
Chinese Mirch first opened in the Symphony Hall area of Boston last November, featuring what they call "Chinese food made in India and fine Indian cuisine." The restaurant was part of a small chain of eateries that includes a location on Route 9 in Framingham that appears to remain open, at least for now.
The address for Chinese Mirch/Mumbai Spice is 251 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA, 02115.
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