Masala Zone

147 Earls Court Road
London
West London SW5 9RQ
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About Masala Zone

Among London’s leading casual Indian restaurants, Masala Zone’s Earls Court branch is a vibrant, unusual space in which high quality regional Indian food is enjoyed in a relaxed setting. Inspired by the many and varying culinary regions of the Subcontinent, Masala Zone offers a wide range of dining styles, from typical a la carte curries to rustic street food. Indeed, Masala Zone provides an insight in to the real food of India, untouched by British influence and prepared by chefs with specialist knowledge of their own chosen region using appropriate ingredients and methods. Equally surprising and appealing is Masala Zone’s unusual interior. Hung on red walls are vast canvasses painted by a legendary female tribal artist from East India – a good indication that this restaurant takes its heritage seriously. Located on the Earls Court Road, Masala Zone is ideal for pre- or post-event dining and provides a relaxed, upbeat atmosphere no matter the time of day.

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Went for dinner with two colleages over from Germany... great decor, reasonable priced and good food..cant say more than that!!!

The service was fantastic as usual. My friend and I ordered the grand thali, my main curry was warm so it had to be re-heated and the vanilla yogurt didn't really go with the meal but on the whole it was as good as previous experiences!

Masala Zone has always been one of our favorite food joints. We had been to one in Camden Town and this time we visited the restaurant at Earls Court. We tried the reg veg thali and I was happy that I chose 'Undhiyo' (typical Gujarati dish). It was better than the Veg-Korma that my husband chose - which had broccoli in it, not commonly found in Indian curries. Bit disappointing. Enjoy the chaas a lot. Toilets need updating.

Efficient and helpful service. Food was fine but not amazing and not too expensive. Would recommend as a pre-show venue for anyone going to Earls court arena.

Masala zone earls court. Is a very good contemporary curry house.

Food was very good. Ambience, atmosphere excellent. Service good. Total a bit too high but all in all everyone had a good experience.

Very good food and service

Masala Zone is great for thier street food snacks. The main courses I thought were a little dissapointing. I had the paneer makhanwala and to be honest it was just fine. The paneer was quite rubbery in texture and the sauce mediocre. I think thali is the best choice here or just lots of small snacky items.. Indian tapas style ;) Would be likely to go back but with more thought to whats being ordered next time.

We had the tilapia grand thali. They say quality ingredients make a quality meal and in this case that would certainly be true. In that sense Masala Zone is a cut above the average Indian restaurant. Plus they exert a considerable amount of effort when it comes to presentation and ambience.

Good quality food, worth visiting again

Masala Zone - Earls Court.

The Meal was good and the service was ok. The only problem was when the bill came I noticed an extra charge of £1.25, when I questioned the charge the waitress explained that it was for charity. At no point were we made aware of this charge or asked if we wanted to contribute. We asked for the manager who explained that the details were on the table, but there was nothing on our table. I think our complaint went on to deaf ears. Disappointing, would not go back.

Definitely good location for large groups. Meal was tasty, especially the naan bread and the lamb curries. I wasnt impressed with the starter samosas though.

The Masala on Earls Court Road is clean, friendly and serves real Indian food. It's also great value for money.

This was our first visit to Masala Zone in Earl's Court. As in the other branches, it is beautifully painted in the style of Indian tribal art. Food was of a very good standard though somewhat milder than food in India. Although we had a confirmed reservation in Toptable, we were told that this branch doesn't take reservations! It didn't matter as the restaurant was not busy, but at busy times perhaps one should ring ahead and check whether they are holding a table for you.

We enjoyed our meal at Masala Zone, Earls Court. The food was tasty and well prepared. We both had the thali, which was very nice and filling and offered a good variety of dishes. The staff were also very friendly and helpful.

The restaurant is a casual dining experience and was busy, with a steady stream of customers.

We went there on a deal, which was really good value for money. We would be happy to go there again.

A little quiet but nice place for lunch. We all ordered a grand thali each which had a great selection of side dishes. Very authentic curry dishes. Will be going again.

Had booked for the 2 for 1 lunch offer but on arriving the staff were unsure about the offer and presumed we wanted a toptable set menu. Took a while and queries from 3 different staff members to sort this out. Food was good. No choice of veg dishes as part of the thali but all was very tasty and well spiced and flavoured. Nice, simple set meal for our 1yr old and fairly good service while restaurant was quiet.

Masala Zone is not your average curry house. Their food is more varied and the staff take the trouble to explain anything that might interest you.

Masala Zone was fine - the food was ok. Really annoyed at having to pay for some extras that were just brought to us without anyone saying there was additional cost.

Absolutely lovely staff! Food is very tasty and very good value.