Situated 3 minutes walk from Earls Court underground station and 10 minutes walk from the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, is Masala Zone, a casual dining Indian restaurant.
Masala Zone serves real Indian food in a casual, contemporary yet exotic setting. Masala Zone Earls Court has on the walls, large Madhubani folk paintings from India. Indian street food, regional curries including vegetarian, Indian grills can all be found on the menu.
Open for lunch and dinner daily; expect to pay £12 for lunch and around £15 for dinner including a drink. No reservations necessary for less than 10 people. Party area available.
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- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Kosher options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Outdoor dining / Beer garden
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
Came in after a long flight and saw the advertisement for Masala Zone @ Earl's Court Station. It was across the street from the station, one block over. Staff was courteous and kind. Outside the mandatory discretionary service fee, great place to dine. One of the best north Indian dishes I've had. Ordered the chicken mangalore, with garlic naan and rice...was fantastic! I like spicy foods...more
Love every visit to this place. Only minus is the time they take to serve food. They can also work a little bit on their service.. On taking out empty plates, replacing cutlery etc. Not really the bang for the buck types, but for a subtle evening with friends n family if you crave some authentic mild Indian food !more
We're pretty far away from the kind of modern, polished & intimate boutique restaurants I generally like, but my experience here was clearly 5 stars when it comes to the quality of the food. We went for the regular round platter (Thali) inspired by india's real street food...looking around us, there were actually a few indians in the room, and that's always a good sign right? Well yes it...more
With all the amazing indian places in London I would definitely give this place a miss. I've even had better indian food in America.
The location itself is nice and the place is rather large and modern looking. The service also isn't bad and they serve you your food quickly. But the quality of the food isn't up to par. I really wanted to like this place as I live nearby but it just didn't...more
I just absolutely loved this place. The decor was artsy, modern and colorful. They had a great selection of Thali's which is a selection of foods on a big metal tray including meats ( or vegetarian dishes ) or both, naan or chapati, pappadam, sauces, rice and dal for a decent price from 11 to 15 English pounds. I choice the Madras Railway chicken which had a brown cinnamon spice creamy sauce...more