Situated 2 minutes walk from Camden Town underground station, and close to Camden Market and Camden Lock, is Masala Zone, a casual dining Indian restaurant. Serves real Indian food in a casual, contemporary yet exotic setting. Masala Zone Camden Town has evocative, colourful and humourous Indian posters created in the 1930s and 1940s advertising British products. 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
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
- Children Facilities
- Childrens menu
The food here is delicious and fresh, maybe a little overpriced but not overly so. I had garlic naan, Saffron curry with steamed rice and a Mango lassi. It was early in the evening and the restaurant wasn't crowded so pleasant atmosphere to talk without shouting.
I missed a little the Indian feeling when you enter this Masala Zone. The one in Soho meets more my taste but that's up to everyone...more
Pretty crap. The food was alright, I suppose, if expensive (if you have more time than we did, there are lots of wonderful Indian places near Drummond Street that also offer thali etc), but the service was AWFUL - the waitress took our order, and then abandoned us for the rest of the meal. When our thali arrived it was missing a chapatti. I asked about this from the server and he said that I...more
We went there one Sunday evening and experience a "Faulty Tower" moment. Our waitress didn't understand English well, and we ended up with order mix-ups.
To begin with, I ordered sparkling mineral water and received still. We asked our waitress what kind of pastry was used for the Vegetable Samosa, and she said it was potato and peas. We rephrased our question, but we still did not get a...more
Not the beat Indian in town - but decent, cheal & fast indian food.
Variety of choice & discount for lunch.
Its a chain - remember that!more
It's a bit expensive and it wasn't my favorite Indian meal. In fact, it was probably the least favorite Indian meal, but I really love Indian food so I'm not too harsh of a critic. I'd pass on this place next time.more