My second time coming to Masala I was expecting a good meal, considering it is in Titirangi village which occupies a number of good eateries. We came for dinner and were seated in the outdoor veranda area. The Inside decor is modern but the outdoor seating didn't match up. The waiters were attentive and helpful.
We ordered the Samosas for an entree and moved on to Lamb saagwala and Chicken Tikka Masala with Naan Bread for Mains. The food was very average. There were no true indian spices or flavours found. The Saagwala was bland and almost had a wierd foul after taste. The Tikka masala was better but not the best I have had and both curries weren't piping hot. The samosas weren't crispy (probably because they had been sitting on a bed of cabbage for a while).
I had come here a few years earlier with a friend for lunch and was impressed- this was shortly after it was re branded to Masala from Barrosa.
In my opinion it should have stayed as Barrosa restaurant. I enjoyed going there for dinner.
Our dinner was very average and at times under whelming. If you are in need of true Indian cuisine and flavours I suggest you look elsewhere.
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