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It wasn’t so long ago that ‘going for a curry’ meant throat-wrenching vindaloos, warm lager & lurid flock wallpaper. Masala Zone makes such provincial clichés seem like ancient history. This
sparky, London-only group of Indian ‘brasseries’ is known for its smart service, ethnic soundtrack & folk art-bedecked interiors – the Rajasthani puppets at the Covent Garden branch are a
must-see. As the cheap-but-chic member of the Chutney Mary/Veeraswamy/Amaya stable, bowls of bog-standard chicken tikka masala are beneath its dignity. No, Masala Zone is all about fresh, balanced
meals inspired by Indian home cooking, market stalls & palace chefs. Kick off with street-food nibbles such as samosas, papdi chaat or jumbo prawns from the grill, ahead of a textbook thali
featuring your choice of curry & daily changing accompaniments.
While Covent Garden is full to the brim with those proffering pre-theatre menus, we were reluctant to get bogged down into the 2-course overpriced special and instead opted to pop over to Masala Zone.While a chain establishment, this should by no means put you off.Each of the restaurants is decorated in a slightly different fashion – and this one has to be my favourite. Dolls from Rajasthan adorn the ceiling and make for a vibrant impact upon entering...
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