Cuisine & Style:
Indian - Trendy Restaurant, Family Restaurant
Average main course:
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday: 12:30 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 23:00.
Saturday: 12:30 - 23:00. Sunday: 12:30 - 22:30.
All major credit cards are accepted
More about Masala Zone - Soho
A 5-minute walk from Oxford Circus Tube Station, Masala Zone Soho specialises in superb Indian cuisine and casual dining. Masala Zone restaurant features a buzzing atmosphere and vibrant Indian wall paintings from Western India.
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 London, 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 a bright interior and friendly service, Masala Zone Soho is a fashionable yet authentic Indian restaurant in the heart of London.
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Customer Reviews for Masala Zone - Soho
92% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
Dined 8 pm
(5) by Julzen from London
23 September 2012
Food was delicious, different and not greasy
The alcohol is too expensive
We dined mid-evening, at the start of our night out. The food was amazing, but the menu was a bit complicated for people who hadn't been before!
(5) by Vicks from Olney
15 September 2012
The service was below par with starters & mains all served together, having to wait for water despite repeated reminders etc..
(3) by Narendra Vyas from London
24 August 2012
Food - the starters are good but the mains dissapoint, especially the thali which i would not recommend. Pretty pricey for the portions they serve.
[...]My friend was given good advice about her meal choice since she's dairy intolerant.
(3) by Yoshi from London
7 July 2012
Bank Holiday - much more chilled out vibe than usual - enjoyably so.
(5) by Pedro from Paddington
6 June 2012
We had dinner at the restaurant.
(4) by Michael the King from London
7 April 2012
The food was good but took some time to arrive which was understandable considering the fact that the restaurant was extremely crowded.
The ambience was very nice and quite conducive for a relaxing social meal.
The service was fairly good except for the waitress spilling a glass of water across the table.
The kulfi's were good but a touch too hard.
We dined early evening, arrived late for our reservation but were accommodated. Food came quickly as we requested, service was friendly and helpful.
(4) by Graham'n'Sue from Ooxford
19 February 2012
Food is nice and spicy - unlike recent trend to blandness in Indian restauarants.
Very pleasant staff
(5) by I don't have a nick name from London
11 September 2011
Early evening meal before a film, friendly and knowledgeable staff and service. Great food in a pleasant surrounding, but tables too close when busy.
(4) by John Jo from London
27 August 2011
We dined post Saturday Matinee. Great service, even as the restaurant filled up. Nice children's menu including crayons. The adults all had a large thali which included pickles, popadom, bhaji, rice, main dish, potatoes, dahl and roti and was fantastic value for money. The children had freshly made apple and mint juice which was delicious although their potato dish was a little spicy. The steps down to the toilet were a problem for a disabled relative but the staff were very helpful. There aren't many places even outside London that 5 can eat this standard of food for [$].
(4) by ShinyJo from Burton upon Trent
29 May 2011