The menu is clear and simple, I was recommended The Grand Thali, which is a starter and main course combined served on a large steel dish with little bowls of curry, rice and yoghurt. The Grand Thali included a choice of curry, two vegetables, dal (lentils) raita (yoghurt), Indian salad, papadum, chutney, chapatti and rice. For around £12, this was a bargain and delicious, I could see why this was a popular place for a taste of India. Each dish tasted different and had a different level of spice, I'm not usually good with spicy food but the yoghurt helped me neutralise the spicy taste. I love getting my hands dirty when I eat and here was no exception. The waiters were also helpful in assisting us with our meal choices. I really enjoyed my meal here and would recommend it to anyone who craves authentic Indian food, Masala Zone is far from what you would get in a takeaway.
|The Grand Thali|