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  • MW Eat Loyalty Account Status - MW Eat Loyalty
    the process first enter your email address below to check if your email address already exists in our system If your email address is not part of our system you will be taken directly to the registration page to complete

    Original URL path: http://www.masalazone.com/LoyaltyApp/Account/CheckEmail (2016-02-10)
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    User name Password Remember me Click Here if you have Forgotten your Password

    Original URL path: http://www.masalazone.com/LoyaltyApp/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=http://www.masalazone.com/loyalty-zone (2016-02-10)
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  • Masala Zone - learn more about the nutrutional values of the Masala Zone thalis | Masala Zone
    are rich sources of protein and in addition contain Phosphorous Magnesium Manganese and Copper Dals boiled with herbs and tomatoes seasoned with spice and eaten with Chapatis or rice provide the amino acid balance that constitutes complete protein Raita yoghurt Raita is a good source of Calcium Vitamin A Vitamin D Phosphorous as well as protein it also introduces flora into the digestive system Cereal Cereal provides the carbohydrates In addition the whole wheat provides nutrients such as Vitamin B1 B3 Zinc Potassium Magnesium Chromium Manganese as well as roughage to aid digestion Rice provides Iron Thiamin Niacin and Folate Meat Meat provides protein Onions Onions provide selenium Spices Spices play an important role in keeping the intestines decongested The properties of individual spices include being anti inflammatory anti bacterial digestive and diuretic Something to whet your appetite Click on the thumbnails to expand the photos Thalis the key features The Thali is the product of several key age old aspects of Indian life The importance of nutritionally balanced meals An interest in a variety of flavours and textures The need for portion control to avoid overeating and ensure nutritional balance A deep aversion to sharing food from communal serving

    Original URL path: http://www.masalazone.com/taste/thalis/taste-thalis-meal/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Reviews of London's top Indian restaurants | Masala Zone
    for two people and decently priced the contemporary decor changes depending on location but the service which is prompt and professional is consistent throughout The Zagat 2014 London Restaurants Survey has rated us as the Most Popular Restaurant Group as well as one of the Best Buy Indian Restaurants Best Buy Child Friendly Restaurants Best for Group Birthdays Restaurants Jeremy Wayne Guardian It succeeds superbly the food is palpably authentic at pizza hut prices Jeremy Wayne gave 10 10 for food value for money and for service Guy Dimond Time Out If you know and like real Indian food you are in for a treat If you don t you are in for a treat anyway Masala Zone is run by the team behind Chutney Mary and Veeraswamy two of London s best Indian restaurants Soho s best Indian no contest Guy Dimond from Timeout was full of praise The Square Meal Magazine Top notch food at inexpensive prices Masala Zone continues to offer tasty and affordable Indian food The tribal Indian wall paintings by a couple of artists whose previous work was decorating mud cottages is a guaranteed talking point The Square Meal magazine awarded Masala Zone the accolade

    Original URL path: http://www.masalazone.com/media-reviews/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Showcasing Stunning Popular Art | Masala Zone Earls Court | Masala Zone
    working in the fields With an extraordinary history in its art women in the villages around Madhubani have been practicing their folk art for centuries The women painters lived in a closed society and were unwilling to paint openly Eventually due to a drought 1966 68 that resulted in severe economic crisis they began to commercialise their art Initially all vegetable dyes were used for the paintings but many artists now use acrylic colours The main colours used are yellow from turmeric magenta or pink or orange from flowers such as shoe flower blue from vegetable dye and green from leaves Proportionate figures are not considered as important as details and intricacy The face is in profile while the rest of the body faces the front The face has one very large eye with a bumpy sort of nose coming out of the forehead The figure outlines are drawn as a double line with diagonal hatching between them The borders are highly decorated either geometrically or with ornate floral patterns Clothing also is highly decorated with geometrical floral or even animal patterns The drawings of animals are easily recognised but again tend to be very stylized The subject matter is

    Original URL path: http://www.masalazone.com/home/restaurant-art/restaurant-art-earls-court/more-on-restaurant-art-earls-court-zone/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Showcasing Stunning Folk Art | Masala Zone Islington | Masala Zone
    of India s heartland The highly imaginative creatures will delight and divert children who are especially welcome and for whom there will be some special dishes on the menu while their parents will be amused by the single discreet but explicit adult panel The two painters Baju and Ram belong to the Jangarh school named for Jangarh Singh Shyam its tragic best known painter who was kept a virtual prisoner

    Original URL path: http://www.masalazone.com/home/restaurant-art/restaurant-art-islington/history-art-islington-info/ (2016-02-10)
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  • Showcasing Stunning Folk Art | Masala Zone Soho | Masala Zone
    These paintings are mainly created on mud walls of tribal houses They depict social life images of human beings and animals along with scenes from daily life in a loose rhythmic pattern They express everyday life using extremely basic forms The only colour used is white which is obtained from grounding rice into white powder and painted on an austere mud base The painting style is a two dimensional and close to pre historic cave paintings Their appeal lies in their lack of pretentiousness in conveying the profound the core philosophy and social history of a tribal society Each painting is usually an entire scene that contains various elements of nature including people animals trees hills etc The themes can be events like a marriage a dance sowing harvesting or hunting or sometimes symbolic Different varieties of trees are drawn in detail forming intricate decorative patterns Birds and animals are frequently depicted Natural elements such as streams and rocks are also featured Warli paintings are characterized by their depicting of humans with triangular bodies and animals with stick like hands and legs and geometrical designs with rows of dots and dashes Straight lines were rare in Warli paintings A series

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  • My Loyalty History | Masala Zone
    Redeem Points FAQs T Cs My Loyalty History My QR Code Check for your QR code here How to redeem Loyalty points We love to reward you and redeeming your points from the Loyalty Club is the fun part All you have to do present your QR code that you receive by email at the restaurant on your smart phone or as a print out Alternatively log in to your

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