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One of the best meals I have ever experienced. Every dish was a journey and we tasted some amazing food - please go and experience this for yourself if you haven't already been!!
Excellent food, great ambiance, central location ! Masala House offers a great fine dining experience, albeit at a price !
A rare combination of spicy and delicious food items served with good service in a cozy atmosphere at mid range pricing
We were all excited to visit this restaurant in Delhi based on all the fantastic reviews that we had read. Needless to say; we were not disappointed...in fact, if anything, the whole experience surpassed our imagination. We all ordered for the chef's taster's menu which had a 19-course meal routine. Each dish, from the starter to the desserts were top-grade in terms of presentation and taste. It was unbelievable to see that the Indian cuisine could be presented in such a manner...the deconstructed samosa, the jhal-moorie cookie, the mutton inside a puri, the mushroom chai, the levitating dark chocolate, the jalebi in a completely different avatar...the list just goes on. I would also like to commend the servers' knowledge and the details they shared...and lastly, the ambiance and location of the restaurant is a class apart. Looking forward to visiting it again already. Three cheers!!
Very Special food with very modern style service and location was so good its located near mainb city center in new delhi even this area its near famouse place of dehi called india gate the only this the price its littel high but if you like high quality food with beer or hard drink so its a right choice .
After much anticipation and lots of prayer, we heard the good news. ‘Masala Library’ is finally hitting the ancient lanes of New Delhi post creating major waves in Mumbai with it’s thrilling food. You Mr. Jiggs Kalra have done it again! With just one swipe, he has clean bowled us. Masala Library is responsible for bringing a path breaking point in Indian gastronomy and none other than Jiggs Kalra is cause of that. The man has revolutionized Indian cuisine by dragging it into the 21st century through modern gimmicks and clever modifications through his immensely popular restaurant ‘Masala Library’. New Delhi has received it’s own branch of Masala Library at Janpath, Near Le Meridien, Central Delhi. Although a new entrant, the restaurant has quickly become one of the finest dining destinations in the city.
The restaurant may have taken it’s own sweet time to come to Delhi but now that it has arrived, it came with a bang. Masala Library has helped revolutionize Indian cuisine through it’s progressive uptake. It serves Modern Indian food to it’s patrons, complete with molecular gimmicks to lend the food a sophisticated air. Chef’s nineteen course tasting menu has been the first thing many are opting for. The course allows you to taste a variety of amuse bouche, appetizers, main course and desserts with the right pairing of wines. You will walk away feeling full but completely satisfied. You have a chance to taste dishes like, fake eggs, madur vada, deconstruction of samosa, mushroom chai, galouti kebab, naga pork braised black bean & bamboo shoots, mizo stew, pepper lamb with appam shell, radhuni sea bass, salmon khichdi and dhokla corn & dil curry.
Round off the meal at Masala Library with jalebi caviar, chocolate and ashen kulfi. The service is flawless. A stint to Masala Library will leave you marginally short on funds but experience would be worth it. Book with us at EazyDiner to avail cool discounts. A modern sleek façade welcomes you at Masala Library. As you step inside, you will be met with a stunning sight of high rise ceiling, ambient lighting and plush sophisticated décor. Interiors are stylish, edgy and glamourous. Masala Library is an upscale establishment where each corner screams affluence. Bill will be hefty but the experience is worth every penny. Take someone special here. It’s the place to dazzle someone.