Masala Zone - Bayswater

75 Bishops Bridge Road, London, W2 6BG

(4.7)
Indian
Average
Main Course £8.75
Food Spend £15
Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 12:30 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 23:00. Saturday: 12:30 - 23:00. Sunday: 12:30 - 22:30.

The food is excellent, very tasty, really enjoyed my meal. I went with a few friends for lunch and we had an enjoyable meal, the restaurant wasn't busy, so we were able to talk and hear each other okay and have a laugh, easwe had a good time.

Judy 20 May 2013
From London

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More about Masala Zone - Bayswater

Featuring bright and exotic pop art collages from South India, Masala Zone – Bayswater is a modern Indian restaurant offering informal dining. Bayswater Tube Station is a 5-minute walk away.

Diverse and eclectic, the Masala Zone menu is influenced by Indian street food and exotic spices, featuring tasty dishes like chickpea curry with lotus root or minced lamb patties stuffed with herbs. Traditional thalis are a cornerstone of the cuisine at Masala Zone, with a sharing platter of small dishes including, rice, pickles, chapattis and dhal.

Run by the same team behind popular Indian restaurant's Veeraswamy and Chutney Mary, Masala Zone restaurant offers fresh and affordable Indian food. There is also a well priced special kids menu for the little ones.

With friendly and knowledgeable service, Masala Zone in Bayswater specialises in contemporary Indian design and authentic, tasty cuisine with aromatic flavours.

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20 May 2013 by Judy from London
The food is excellent, very tasty, really enjoyed my meal. I went with a few friends for lunch and we had an enjoyable meal, the restaurant wasn't busy, so we were able to talk and hear each other okay and have a laugh, easwe had a good time.
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18 August 2012 by Expoman from London
Dining at masala zone was a good experience, food was delicious, I have no complaints about that what so ever. Staff were friendly. That being said it was not very busy at the time I went, therefore staff could provide a better service. Overall the experience was very good.
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15 December 2011 by Tarat from London
Masala Zone offers a variety of starters using tomatoes, chick-peas, onions and coconut. One starter known as 'Dahi Puri' is a common favourite in Punjab. It consists of chickpeas and masala stuffed in a fried puri covered in yoghurt and coriander and a tangy tamarind sauce. It is surprisingly light for a starter with a balanced blend of spices. For the main course, if you want to truly experience the taste of backstreet India, the traditional Thali is definitely the dish for you. There are three different types to choose from. We had the grand Thali (very grand indeed – if you go for this option, I would skip the starter as this is like a starter and mains together). Then there's the regular Thali and a great ayurvedic Thali for those who are diabetic. The Thali dish is a combination of foods served on a stainless steel platter. You can expect a main dish (chicken, lamb or veg), paired with lentils, potatoes and aubergines as well as salad, naan, chutney and yoghurt. Be warned, the portions are large and may take some time to finish. Nevertheless the idea behind the Thali is to share with friends emphasising the Indian way of eating. Masala Zone is not the traditional family eatery; the location tends to attract city workers, tourists and locals. Pricing is up to [$] a head. On the whole, I would recommend this place for those willing to try something authentic and new. If you enjoy a fast paced and aromatic feel, the Masala Zone experience is one that is sure to transport you on a culinary journey with a bit of culture thrown in

Masala Zone - Bayswater

75 Bishops Bridge Road, London, W2 6BG

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