-By Marryam H Reshii
The pioneer of modern Indian food in the NCR, Masala Art was the first to think of low-oil dishes, fresh sugarcane juice and food cooked in olive oil. Since then, it has had its fair share of imitators. It was also the first Indian restaurant to have interiors that were international, as well as the roti trolley which you'll see in other restaurants around the city. Don't miss the classic Kareli Rogan Josh, Galouti Kebab, Dudiya Murgh Tikka, Nalli ka Salan and Khusk Raan, each with its own unique flavour. The other wonderful options are Chandi ki Mohar, Paneer Motia Khan and Bhutta aur Asparagus ki Subzi. Accompanied by fresh phulkas straight from the tawa to your plate, Masala Art is a must-visit for the connoisseur. One of their set meals is served in a tiffin carrier!
Review posted within last 6 month
Visited Masala Art last week with a 2 of my college friends. This is located inside The Taj Palace in Chanakyapuri and meets all the standards of a 5 star restaurant. The restaurant has a small bar on one end and an open kitchen on the other.
We order 3 vegetables, salad and breads. The food,I felt was very low on spices which I believe caters to the clientele they serve. Quantity of food was ok. The service was awesome and breads were fresh too.
All in all a good experience but I won't go there just for food.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Palak Paneer
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Masala Art is an Indian restaurant, is that of being traditional Indian with a contemporary twist. All food is cooked in olive oil. One unique trademark is the roti trolley that moves around the restaurant, making chapatis of your choice in front of your
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