restaurants are located in Central London. They offer a wide range of real Indian food, friendly service, in popular Indian art settings — each one different.
Masala Zone Earls Court is one of London’s leading
Indian brasserie restaurants. We and our sister restaurants serve the varied delicious tastes of real Indian food (totally different from local curry houses) in contemporary yet exotic Indian popular art settings. This is combined with young friendly and bright waiting staff. Earls Court has large canvases painted by a legendary woman tribal artist from east India framed by red walls.
Opening times: 12.30PM- 3PM, 5:30-11.00PM; Sat: 12.30PM-11:00PM, Sun: 12.30- 10.30PM
Harden's survey result
“Fresh-tasting food with distinctive flavours” and “unpretentious, tasty thalis” make this small London group (now in its 21st year) a “go-to chain” for its fans: “amazing value for such high-quality cuisine”.
“Fresh-tasting food with distinctive flavours” and “unpretentious, tasty thalis” make this small London group (now in its 20th year) a “go-to chain” for its fans: “amazing value for such high-quality cuisine”.
“Very interesting Indian food for a chain”, “professional service” and a “lovely atmosphere” have carved a strong reputation for these well-established street-food cafés. “Prices seem to be creeping up” however, and even those who praise its “fresh flavours” feel it’s “not quite as good value as in the past”.
“We always go for the Grand Thali and it’s a knockout!” – These “ever-buzzing” contemporary Indians make a very “handy backstop”, with WC2 in particular “an excellent pre-theatre option” for a “fast and delicious” meal. “We thought it might be chain-bland, but the food was good and quite authentic… and good value too!”
dinner till 11 pm
Last orders: 11 pm