We recently dined at this Branchburg restaurant, nestled in an unassuming strip mall next to a Subway and Dunkin. We had passed it for years, and following a trip to India noticed some things on the menu that looked authentic. We are glad we tried Masala Art, and plan to go back often. We started with the Onion Bhajia, which was prepared with just the right amount of spice and served with a tamirand chutney. The Aloo Parentha was also tasty and filled with spiced potato. Our main dishes, including the Baingam Bhurtha, tender eggplant and spices and Chicken Tikka were both delicious. My husband had the Vegetable Thali, a combination of three vegetable curries and soup, which was just like we had in India. Including all the appetizers, 3 mains, and 2 desserts our bill was only $60. I highly recommend Masala Art.
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