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There has not been a single dish that I have not liked at Masala House and go back time and again to get my Indian food fix. One of the best biryanis in the city. For mains, the 'Palak Moti', 'Karela Mewari', 'Dum Ki Daa'l are my top picks while for the non-vegetarian options 'Nalli Ka Rampuri Korma', 'Uri Jheenga' and the 'Murgh Khichadi' are exceptional. Pair all this with the 'Chur Chur Naan' - the aloo pyaas and mushroom cheese – and you will absolutely love the meal.
Club of serious foodies is a close knit community and they have many secrets up their sleeves. At the bottom of their treasure trove is a handful selection of restaurants that are Delhi’s well-kept secret and can be even called hidden gems. It’s their exclusivity that makes them so special. Armed with an excellent menu that surprises you with flashes of brilliance and a décor to steal your breath, these restaurants deserve to be tried at least once. ‘Masala House’ is one of the loveliest restaurants in Sunder Nagar area and is known for its swanky ambience as well as extensive North Indian menu. It is exceptionally popular with the families and friends who are looking for a quiet bonding time in an elegant tasteful surroundings.
Masala House woos the palate with a wide encompassing menu that features exclusively North Indian cuisine. Most of the menu is traditional but there are some terrific dishes bursting with creativity and innovation. If you look ahead of its pricey tag you will find Masala House to be an excellent fine dining place ideal for low-key intimate dinners. Combine the appetizers with a masala mojito before wading into the mains. Dig into, silbatte ki shami, kathal varqui, calamari 65, kurkure mattra chaat, dill salmon tikka, anarkali tikki, dora kebab, kadi patta jheenga, paratwala paneer, Bhatti murgh, khumb kebab, murg gilafi seekh, Bhatti paneer tikka and kasoondi machchi tikka. Have your pick from their bread bar to marry your curries. Moge wala tamateri kukad, palak motti, rava meen moiley, anjeer aur chenna kofta, uri jheenga and tawa ki chaamp, will do beautifully.
Wrap up your meal on a sweet note with gulukand phirni, M H sundae, chocolate rasgulla mousse, khajoor badam ka halwa and cream kulfi with pistachio. There are plenty of dining options to choose from and there is ample of space provided. Masala House is spread across two floors including a charming terrace area that become a cosy cocoon for couples as the evening falls. Inside the décor is contemporary and classy. Formal dining tables in brown are set against pale walls but what uplifts the entire scene is their bright orange chairs that brings in the much needed relief. The staff is cordial and do their best to give you a flawless dining experience.