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Masala Zone Camden Town

25 Parkway, London NW1 7PG

£30.00 Indian Regent's Park, Camden Town
  • Wine: £13.85
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 12.30-3pm 5.30-11pm Sat-Sun 12.30-11pm (Sun -10.30pm)

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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.

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  1. Masala Zone Camden Town

    25 Parkway, London NW1 7PG
    Overall rating:
     
    Anthony O.

    Great thali

        (6)

     
    • Food & Drink: 8
    • Service: 7
    • Atmosphere: 7
    • Value: 8

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  1. Published : Thursday, 3rd December 2009

    Rate My Bistro :: Masala Zone – Camden Town

    Masala Zone has quite an extensive menu with food that they say represents different regions of India. The food on the menu ranges from street food snacks, grills, noodles, curries and thalis. So quite a lot to choose from and there is something for everyone! The vegetable samosas had a thick crispy pastry and were not oily. I’m not quite sure what the filling was but it did contain cashew nuts. The samosas were good and it made a nice change to the usual potato filled ones. They were served with chickpeas in a tasty sauce. The dahi puri were great little balls of puff pastry filled with tangy yogurt. They were topped with pomegranate seeds. This was a cold starter dish...
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