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“Top class indian food”

Masala Zone Bayswater
Ranked #1,707 of 23,214 Restaurants in London
Price range: $20 - $41
Cuisines: Indian, Healthy
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Good for: Large groups, Families with children
Dining options: Late Night, Dinner, Breakfast, Delivery, Reservations
Neighborhood: Notting Hill
Description: Welcome to one of London’s leading Indian brasserie restaurants - there are 7 Masala Zone restaurants. Each Masala Zone is visually unique. We all serve real Indian food and cuisines, in contemporary yet exotic Indian popular art settings.We offer the varied delicious tastes and cuisines of India, from homes, wayside stalls and palaces (totally different from local curry houses) in a friendly brasserie environment.We and our legendary sister fine dining restaurants - Chutney Mary, Veeraswamy and Amaya - provide an unparalleled combination of real Indian cuisines, taste, integrity, hospitality and ambience
Reviewed October 25, 2013

We were a party of 3 and this was close to the hotel of my guests. I travel to India a lot so was looking for something that wasn't a standard UK curry parlour. This certainly was a cut above the average and highly recommended.
They had a range of Thalis for around £11 to £13 which were as good as anything in India and the service was excellent.
Drinks were a little pricey but the food wasn't and the service was good.

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Thank Keith1955
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Reviewed October 18, 2013

Chains are always a gamble. some are pretty good, but anyone claiming to be "real indian food" ,better be , and at all the locations. We found this one to have very mediocre curry, and the portion to be so small (9.25£ each) we stopped off for a sandwich on the way home.probably shouldve had the Thali, but after the two curry dishes we have suspicions. maybe the other locations have better food, but when you brag so much about how great you are you should at least be at the high standard of this kind of food on offer in this country.also, i dont like having a tip automatically put on when there is only order deliver disappear kind of service. almost forgot, the garlic naan was tasty.

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Thank larrydeluxe7
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Reviewed September 29, 2013 via mobile

Went with 3 friends to the Masala zone Bsyswater last night. We all had the �12 grand thali (2 veggie 2 meat) and were delighted with the food. It's a mix of food styles but predominantly southern Indian. The staff are great with friendly prompt service. Only complaint is that the beer and puddings are v expensive which with a 12.5% service charge cause the bill to rocket from �48 to �117. That said if you stick to the food it's worth a visit.

Thank rob-Bewdley
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Reviewed September 21, 2013

Although I live in an Indian neighborhood in the U.S., I was looking forward to visiting Masala Zone in London again, ever since my last visit. This is my favorite Indian restaurant in the world, especially the Grand Thali platter. The service is always excellent and the food is flavorful and beautifully prepared.

Thank WorldTraveler9
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Reviewed September 11, 2013

We ate here twice during our recent London visit and it was very good both times. The thali was delicious and filling (the regular, not the super one) and it was a relatively inexpensive meal compared to other places at its level. Tips for US visitors: the raita was not prepared as it usually is in the US and I wouldn't recommend it. The second time we were there I asked for a bit more of a sauce and was brought two bowls of it - and charged. The service was otherwise lovely both visits.

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Thank Margo M
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