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Masala Zone

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Masala Zone’s aim is to provide the real flavours of India at very, very affordable prices. A good plan, executed greatly.

It’s owned by the same people who run the rather more upmarket Chutney Mary and Veeraswamy. While those places are opulent and relaxed, Masala Zone is basic and efficient, with a simple but varied menu placing the traditional Indian emphasis on balanced meals, fresh vegetables and healthy eating. Vegetarians will also be delighted to know that the chefs from Gujarat and North India means they now operate out of their own separate vegetable kitchen.

Food covers “one stop options” – great Thalis and Noodle / Rice Bowls – and assorted snacks. Particularly good are the “small plates of street food” as the menu calls them. Bhel, a traditional crunchy salad with chutneys and peanuts is simple and flavoursome, Sev Puri are wholewheat biscuits piled with spiced mash and three fresh chutneys. They’re extremely tasty, with a satisfying mix of textures.

The Thali platters are excellent value, with a choice of main curry (Konkan Chicken incidentally packs an impressive punch), an Indian canape, two vegetable dishes (depending on what’s good at the market that morning), a dal, raita, Indian salad, papadums and chutney, whole-wheat chapati and rice. For less than a tenner.