Masala Zone Reviews
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Newest Review: ... are special lunch and pre 6.30pm offer, where you can have a three course meal for under £12! All Masala Zone restaurants benefit from street level access and disabled toilets. High Chairs are available and there is a children's menu for under 7's! As well as being a restaurant, Masala Zone also offers a delivery service providing you live within 1.5 miles of a restaurant. Unfortuantely I ... more
Customer Masala Zone Reviews (4)
by - written on 17/11/11, updated on 17/11/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Masala Zone is part of a chain of indian restaurants, Masala World which include the higher end restaurants of Chutney Mary, Veeraswamy and Amaya! Masala Zone is an average priced chain of 7 restaurants, currently only situated in London. Each restaurant has a different interior, from rajasthani puppets in Covent Garden, to tribal murals In Islington. Each has a contemporary feel and are very clean. I have visited Soho, Covent Garden, Islington and Camden. Soho is a rather busy restaurant, and as such I don't find the atmosphere to be as enjoyable as the others. The other 3 are Bayswater, Earls Court and Fulham. Unlike the majority of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Masala Zone is a modern Indian restaurant which really does try to be a bit different. It is a chain of Indian restaurants in London that offer a modern, chilled out vibe. The restaurants are decked out in a stylish terracotta colouring with modern Indian art and looks great, it is really a lower-mid priced restaurant and is becoming more and more popular in London for offering something different to the norm. I have eaten at the restaurant in Soho and the one on Upper Street in Islington, both were incredibly busy and had a good atmosphere, you can see they are from the same chain in everything from style to staff attitude and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
I first came across Masala Zone entirely by chance - I was caught in an unexpected rainstorm in the middle of Soho with the boyfriend and we simply looked for the nearest restaurant to dive into - luckily Masala Zone was something of a surprise hit! Masala Zone is (at the moment) a London based chain, with restaurants in Soho, Covent Garden, Earls Court, Camden and Islington and is probably best described as the Pizza Express or Wagamama of Indian food. Prices are very reasonable, service is generally average but ok, and the setting is cheerful and buzzy - modern with an open kitchen. But the food itself is where I really rate Masala Zone - the name ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/08 (Very useful, 129 readings)
The British Indian Cuisine Market is worth an estimated £3,2 billion, and to stand out in this market, you have to be unique and different. Masala Zone is the casual dining arm of the Masala World group, who also own popular formal restaurants in London such as Veeraswamy. This arm was opened in 2001, and there are now 5 branches in London, located in Soho, Islington, Covent Garden, Earls Court and Camden Town. Two more branches are due to open in Fulham and Bayswater in 2009. I visited the Masala Zone in Soho, but I have not been to any of the other branches as yet. The restaurant is certainly different, and that is obvious from the ... Read the complete review
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