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  • Quality Lunch at affordable prices served promptly | Masala Zone
    inexpensive We have a great lunch offer across our restaurants of A discount of 20 off regular prices provided each person at the table orders a main course or two street food dishes a drink No need to order 2 courses of recycled food as in most other restaurants Particularly suitable for lunch are our street food grills Chicken Tikka wrap with a light salad regular Thalis Combine this with our Indian drinks Lassi Chaas or Nimboo Pani Perfect Spicing in the normal menu is never fiery making most dishes palatable for workday lunches We also offer exciting Lunch Specials including Mattar Paneer Aloo Bunny Chow Lamb and Vada Bun Prices start from 4 35 Something to whet your appetite Click on the thumbnails to expand the photos Food delivery Try our great value home delivery service You can now have real Indian food in your home or office if you live or work within about 1 5 miles from one of our Masala Zones We deliver in bespoke carrier bags We use special smart presentation platters We bring the food in insulated bags Order online and check out special offers or phone 020 7370 7000 with your order and

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  • Visit Masala Zone and enjoy the best drinks withgood Indian food | Masala Zone
    The wine list is short well chosen and good value with grape varieties selected for their affinity with spice Prices from 16 25 to 27 75 per bottle all wines are available by the glass or carafe We have a selection of Beers ranging from Indian Kingfisher Czech Staropramen Lager to special Craft and Meantime Lager Cool Lassis a frothy yoghurt whip are available as natural or with mango or

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  • Taste the bestMughlai Food in London at Masala Zone | Masala Zone
    in the northern part of India It has strong influences of Muslim cooking and some of the dishes still keep their Muslim names such as Kebabs Kofta Pulao Biryani etc The Mughals invaded India in the sixteenth century They brought exotic spices dried fruits and nuts and new cooking methods Mughlai dishes as they are called have much milk and cream combined with spices Mughlai cuisine includes many famous dishes

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  • RealPunjabi Food at Masala Zone in London | Masala Zone
    land with a bold rustic cuisine has emerged from villages roadside eateries farms and small towns The level of spices can vary from minimal to very prevalent Home cooked and restaurant Punjabi cuisine can vary significantly with restaurant style using large amounts of clarified butter known locally as desi ghee with liberal amounts of butter and cream with home cooked concentrating on mainly upon wheat spice flavorings Wheat forms the

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  • Try ourfine Gujarati dishes at Masala Zonein Central London | Masala Zone
    dals that are added to a which is a mixture of spices sterilized in hot oil Vaghaar that is adjusted for the digestive qualities of the main ingredient Salt sugar lemon lime and tomato are used frequently to prevent dehydration in a region where temperatures reach 50c 120f under the shade It is common to add a little sugar or jaggery The sweet flavour of these dishes is believed to

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  • Enjoy fineLucknowi Food at Masala Zonein London | Masala Zone
    were famous for the quality of cultural life in the nineteenth and early twentieth century for architecture dance poetry etiquette the art of dressing and above all the art of entertaining Recipes by aristocratic families were fiercely guarded and large numbers of speciality cooks were employed by each family Lucknow was famous for its Pulaos Kormas thicker curries Qaliyas thinner curries and Saalans meat and vegetables cooked together The lentils

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  • Tasteauthentic Hyderabadi CuisineatMasala Zone in London | Masala Zone
    breakup of the Moghul empire in the eighteenth century they set themselves up as the Nizams of Hyderabad Many Moghul noblemen moved then from Delhi to Hyderabad and until the mid nineteenth century the city had a lifestyle of immense wealth and beauty Hyderabadi food is a fusion of the cuisine of the Moghul court with frontiers of southern India From the north come the kebabs the Pulaos and Biryanis

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  • Enjoy exotic Goan Indian Food in London at Masala Zone | Masala Zone
    has been absorbed and knit into a culture very distinctly different from that of any other part of India This is reflected in its cuisine In the villages food is generally cooked on wood fires in clay pots Even today most homes in Goan villages have preserved the tradition of wood fires and clay pots Fresh coconut in one form or the other is added or grated ground fine into

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