People have their food preferences but what you can't argue with is quality. Food in Masala Lounge is ok, very much average, even the praised Chicken Tikka Masala. But there is one trait that runs through everything i was served - it's all very thin. Watery. Too liquid. Meaning dals have barely any lentins in them, the same Chicken Tikka Masala only few pieces of meat etc; even their masala chai tasted like liquid from rinsing out the cups after drinking proper masala chai: no creaminess, no strength of black tea, no balanced spices. Frankly it tasted like masala chai you can buy from grocery shop. That being said the food wasn't bad, but i personally like my food with some content. The place itself has very little armosphere. The name Masala 'Lounge' made me think of soft pillows, spicy colors, metal lamps and fragrant smells. Instead you get cold walls, so-so service, random seating, weird wall art and definitely no experience from it all.
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